Tag Archive


 Powered by Max Banner Ads 

Promontory Pointers 10-5-11

By theleader

PROMONTORY POINTERS Winnie Richman Leader Correspondent Available online at www.tremontonleader.com Kaye Draper has great news! She reports her tomato plant has developed flowers. On the advice of a friend, she has taken a q-tip to the stamens and spread the pollen to other tomato flowers to try to pollinate and get tomatoes. We hope... »

PROMONTORY POINTERS 9-28-11

By theleader

PROMONTORY POINTERS Winnie Richman Leader Correspondent We welcome our newest neighbor to our column. Laura Wheatley has become a stay-at-home mom to almost two year old Everly and one year old in November, Georgia. Laura and Zane have been here several years, but Laura will be easier to catch now. Laura, Zane and the... »

PROMONTORY POINTERS 9-21-11

By theleader

PROMONTORY POINTERS Winnie Richman Leader Correspondent Good news! The barn owl that Jim and Starr Mitchell rescued from the winter freezing temperatures will be able to stay with the Tracy Aviary and be shown to the public. His injuries prevent him being returned to the wild. Recently Jim and Starr were called by the... »

Suicide – A Preventable Problem

By theleader

Ellen Cook Leader Editor             Suicide in one of the leading causes of death in the United States, claiming nearly 35,000 lives annually, or about 15 per minute.  Among youth (15-24) suicide has increased more than 200 percent in the last 50 years and in Utah, it is the second leading cause of death... »

PROMONTORY POINTERS 9-7-11

By theleader

PROMONTORY POINTERS Winnie Richman Leader Correspondent   Orson and Jeannette Poulsen had a nice week. They went to the Box Elder County Fair Friday night to listen to Orson’s brother Dennis’s West Desert Trio Plus 1 band. Dennis was also the manager of the fair bandstand this year. They also went through some of... »

PROMONTORY POINTERS 8-31-11

By theleader

PROMONTORY POINTERS Winnie Richman Leader Correspondent Available online at www.tremontonleader.com Kris Udy says granddaughter Kynzee Mae is 15 months old and into everything she can get into. “She really is the boss!” Kris says. Orson Poulsen reports he and Jeannette were homebodies last week. “But we weren’t bored,” he says, “just at home. No... »

Promontory Pointers 8-24-11

By theleader

PROMONTORY POINTERS Winnie Richman Leader Correspondent On Saturday Orson and Jeannette Poulsen drove to Salt Lake City to attend combined birthday parties for two of Jeannette’s sons and one granddaughter. The Poulsens left early and met at daughter Micki’s home for breakfast. Orson had a water turn later that day so they came home... »

Getting a Head Start

By theleader

Leader/Ellen Cook These young graduates from Centro de la Familia line up to receive diplomas.   Ellen Cook Leader Editor Donning traditional red caps and gowns, 24 graduates, with ear-to-ear grins, lined up to receive their diplomas. Like most graduations, these recipients were a little antsy, anxious to have the ceremony over with. Their... »

Promontory Pointers 8/17/11

By theleader

Boyd and Tyrell Udy took their horses up to Oakley, Utah, to a cutting. They stayed Friday night in Boyd’s fancy horse trailer. When asked if the trailer had air conditioning, Boyd reported, “No, but we didn’t need it; it was cold up there!” It was even nice and cool during the day. It... »

Road under debate

By theleader

Special to the Leader Plymouth town has had Johnston Engineering surveying for several months to determine the exact location and ownership of a road at 20400 N. between the old highway and Hwy. 13. Some residents had questioned why the road was unusable as it is listed on the 1935 block map of the... »

Special Issues


 Powered by Max Banner Ads 

Organ Donation

Car Care Guide 2014

2014 Fall Sports Preview


 Powered by Max Banner Ads 
Advertise here, call us at 435-257-5182.
 Powered by Max Banner Ads