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Painting with Mother Nature

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Leader/Ellen Cook Scott and Peggy Rogers are surrounded by blossoms at the Lavender House in Bear River City, an outdoor reception business the two started just three years ago. Ellen Cook Leader Editor Peggy Rogers never considered herself an artist. There are no canvases splashed with colors that bear her signature, no watercolor landscapes... »

‘Linc’ing Arms for Africa

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Tremonton teen spends summer in service Ellen Cook Leader Editor A random meeting with the leader of a youth service program gave Rikki Robbins a summer she will always remember.  As a result, she traveled over 9,000 miles from her Tremonton home and away from her college classes at Dixie State to spend 18... »

Local girl takes peace trip to Korea

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Jessica Tanner Leader Staff Writer Amanda Marie Wilcox, 21, the daughter of Eugene and Shelley Wilcox of Tremonton recently went on an 11-day trip to South and North Korea. While there she learned about the country, saw many wonderful sights and made lasting friendships with people from all over the world. The trip was... »

Commissioners reject “wilderness” request

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Ellen Cook Leader Editor If Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar wants more “wilderness” in Box Elder County, he is in for a fight. That was the declaration from commissioners, both during their regular meeting and by letter to Utah Bureau of Land Management Director Juan Palma. Their stated position came after Commission Chair... »

The man behind the mike

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Announcer returns to Golden Spike Rodeo Ellen Cook Leader Editor Zeb Bell has been at the Box Elder County Fair’s Golden Spike Rodeo off and on for the past 20 years. Although his deep, homespun voice is certainly recognizable, people seldom get a good look at him.  That’s because Bell has spent those years... »

PROMONTORY POINTERS

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Winnie Richman Leader Correspondent Many of Promontory’s residents stayed home or close on July 24-25. On Friday, Orson and Jeannette Poulsen drove to Salt Lake City to spend the day with Jeannette’s six children. One son came up from Moab and his son joined them from Denver, Colo. Several of Jean-nette’s grandchildren also joined... »

Promontory Pointers 7-27-11

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PROMONTORY POINTERS Winnie Richman Leader Correspondent Jim and Starr Mitchell “stuck around” home all week. They accomplished a lot of work inside and harvested some little red potatoes from their garden. “We got spring fever,” Starr said, “and really got with the garden. Now we are enjoying our produce.” They took the potatoes into... »

Promontory Pointers 7-13-11

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PROMONTORY POINTERS Winnie Richman Leader Correspondent Saturday, July 2, was Kris Udy’s grandmother, Ora Thompson’s 100th birthday. A family reunion was held. Also on July 2, Bodee Udy had a birthday. “Happy Birthday, Bodee,” from dad, Boyd Udy. The Udy family and the Jon Thompson family went to Yellowstone National Park for a week.... »

PROMONTORY POINTERS 6/29/11

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Winnie Richman Leader Correspondent Saturday, Boyd Udy helped the 4-H young people with their horses in reining and working. Son, Tyrell, helped one group while Boyd helped the other. “We’ve got a wonderful bunch of kids,” Boyd says. “My hat is off to their dedicated parents and leaders for their support and many contributions... »

PROMONTORY POINTERS 6/22/11

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PROMONTORY POINTERS Winnie Richman Leader Correspondent Orson and Jeannette Poulsen report their week was busy. Jeannette left with friends from the Thatcher-Penrose 1st Ward and Melba Didericksen from TP 2nd Ward to go to the Vernal Temple Wednesday and Thursday. Orson, meanwhile, spent Wednesday through Saturday, with a very capable Spencer Petersen as the... »

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