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Garland vigilantly watching the Bear River

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Winter runoff from Logan Canyon is still a concern for Garland Mayor Arlon Bennett, but he is hopeful that the Bear River has peaked and the highest of the spring melt is behind Garland now “The is down 18 inches . Blacksmith Fork is no longer on the ... »

Emergency drill educates Garland/local officials

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The Garland Fire Chief reported to Garland City Council Wednesday that the emergency drill at the high school earlier in the afternoon went smoothly, with 56 high school students being evacuated to the hospital in just over an hour.  Emergency responders from Garland and Tremonton, as well as federal officials, participated and Menlove stated... »

Committee tackles Garland address problems

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The Garland City Planning and Zoning Committee is working to fix address discrepancies within the city’s limits. The group has identified all of the problem addresses and will soon be taking the next step to correct the problem, city planner Marty Hiles announced at the Garland City Council Thursday. “We’ve identified every house with... »

Garland slates public budget hearing for 16th

By theleader

The 2010-11 Garland City budget is down a little less than $3,000 from the 2009-10 budget, but appears to still be healthy. Council members voted to approve the tentative budget May 18 at the Garland City Council Meeting. A public hearing will be held June 16. In the meantime, the council will make a... »

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