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PROMONTORY POINTERS 5-11-11

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PROMONTORY POINTERS Winnie Richman Leader Correspondent Richard and Lori Nicholas, formerly of Promontory, and 11 other family members and friends rounded up their calves and cows to be branded in Richard’s new Zane Gray-type old west post and rail corrals. It was a real cowboy type branding with the cowboys roping the many different... »

PROMONTORY POINTERS

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PROMONTORY POINTERS Winnie Richman Leader Correspondent Jeannette Poulsen reports her quilting seems to be crawling along. She has learned a little more about bead wrapping and made a necklace. Orson Poulsen spent one afternoon with Eli Anderson and Roland Bringhurst helping to unload a World War I cannon. The cannon was brought back to... »

PROMONTORY POINTERS 4/27/11

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PROMONTORY POINTERS Winnie Richman Leader Correspondent Jim and Starr Mitchell report having eight Rhode Island Red chicks hatch from their hens and now also have seven more. These little chicks were brought inside to be incubated for 21 days then put into a brooder after they dried off in the incubator for a couple... »

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Winnie Richman Leader Correspondent Boyd Udy and his great horse Crocker escorted the World Champion Cutter Racing team to the starting gates for their final race in Ogden. They won that race, beating the former world champions in the fastest time of the meet. The second place team had never been outrun in three... »

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PROMONTORY POINTERS Winnie Richman Leader Correspondent Boyd Udy hasn’t seen any turkey buzzards yet. He knows when they come back, spring will come with them. He hopes it comes soon. Meanwhile, there is always a job waiting to be done. It keeps one from focusing too much on now and looking forward to the... »

PROMONTORY POINTERS 3-16-11

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Winnie Richman El O’Driscoll has finished his rock reflector wall. He hopes to get everything installed and in use before warm weather sets in. “I have the stove, so all I need is the pipe,” he says. Boyd Udy reports being about half done with calving out the cows and only a few heifers... »

PROMONTORY POINTERS 2/23/11

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Winnie Richman Leader Correspondent Orson Poulsen did more work on his new shed. Jeannette went to her Daughters of the Utah Pioneers meeting at Suzanne Moss’ home. Orson and Jeannette drove to Logan to get roofing materials and attend the Logan LDS Temple while they were there. On Saturday they attended an auction and... »

PROMONTORY POINTERS 2/16/11

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Winnie Richman Leader Correspondent Jim Mitchell rescued a barn owl caught in some fence wires. It hurt its wing, was in shock and one of its feet was drawn into a grasping shape due to hypothermia. Jim and Starr cleaned its wing (after putting a hood on it to prevent biting) and wrapped it... »

PROMONTORY POINTERS 2/9/11

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PROMONTORY POINTERS Winnie Richman Leader Correspondent Orson Poulsen reports his shed, which is approximately 20 feet by 30 feet, is moving right along. It will be a wood shop and also have room for other hobbies and crafts. Orson says he has been helping Eli Anderson rebuild an old (1888) beer wagon. Eli has... »

PROMONTORY POINTERS 2/2/11

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Winnie Richman Leader Correspondent Starr Mitchell had a very good experience with the Utah State Bookmobile in Tremonton. She got quite a few books checked out; one on the history of Utah and another one called, “The Call of the Wild,” which she hasn’t read since she was a child. Also on the list... »

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