Service comes in many different forms. Big or small the act itself of loving others and showing true selflessness is a quality that can change a person and a community for the better. This year’s Andrew N. Rytting Community Service Award recipient has impacted the lives of many individuals i…
As both cities work through the specifics, Tremonton City has approved an outline of an agreement to provide policing services to Garland City.
Law enforcement agencies within the county are asking the public to help them in apprehending the following wanted person(s) that frequent the Box Elder area.
North Park Elementary School in Tremonton was just one of thousands of schools across the nation to participate in The Great Kindness Challenge, a program that spans over five days and uplifts the lives of millions of students.
Tremonton City is preparing to move forward with the next phase of a citywide secondary water system as the city continues to see rising demand on a limited water supply.
Developments and even more charges continue in a billion dollar scheme connected to a Box Elder County business.
As the family members of Corey Holmgren cope with the loss of their father, husband, son and brother, they are taking solace in the fact that he helped so many people in his relatively short life — more than they could have ever imagined.
Brigham Young University hosted this year’s 4A state swimming meet on Feb. 8-9, with five Bear River swimmers qualifying from Region 12’s meet the week prior.
The Bear River boys basketball team picked a good time to have their best shooting night of the season so far.
The Bear River Valley is known for having exceptional wrestlers at every level, including their junior high team which finished their season on Saturday, Jan. 26, taking second place as a team in the 4A division (not fifth place as the Leader erroneously reported in last week’s paper). The B…
This week’s Athlete of the Week awards go to Kelton Summers of the Bear River boys basketball team and Cailee Sidwell of the girls basketball team.
For the last time this season the Bear River High wrestling team took to their home mat, hosting the Malad Dragons in a non-region meet as the Bears prepare for the 4A divisional tournament this week.
The Bear River girls basketball team certainly had their work cut out for them last week, as they played back-to-back games against the top two teams in their region.
This week’s Athletes of the Week are Lindsey Ostermiller of the Bear River swim team and Wyatt Roholt of the boys basketball team.
Dozens of local children and their parents showed up at Bear River High last Friday night to learn about the services available in their communities to combat a variety of social and health problems — and to get a balloon animal made before their eyes, of course.
Boyd Udy has seen Eli Anderson’s wonderful display of restored old wagons. He says at best, residents of Box Elder County should go and see the display at Mr. Anderson’s home in Bothwell.
There will be a talent show nearly every day in February for Century Elementary School students. They will be performing talent events during regular music class time.
Jim and Starr Mitchell had their granddaughters for a sleepover recently. It was the first time in awhile. Gabi brought her bow and arrows and showed Grandpa Jim she could still do good at the target. She also was glad to help with the chores. She just wanted to “check on” the animals she go…
The Community Valentine Spaghetti Dinner will be held Feb. 12 at 6 p.m. at the LDS church. This a community activity and everyone is invited.
Leader Photos/Cari Doutre
Sister Katira Bywater has returned home from serving a mission in Albuquerque, New Mexico for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Elder Tanner Forrest, son of Troy and Mailee Forrest of Tremonton, has been called to serve a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the Argentina, Cordoba mission.