A dispute between four individuals led officers from Garland, Tremonton and Brigham City Police Departments, Utah Highway Patrol and Box Elder Sheriff’s Office, searching a cornfield for two suspects that fled the scene of an alleged aggravated robbery.
Utah State University’s Tremonton campus is thriving and students and faculty are now offering affordable classes covering a range of topics to everyone in the community.
The number of students attending Box Elder School District schools was up from last year by a little over 100 students, reported Keith Mecham, assistant superintendent of personnel, at the recent school district board meeting.
Tremonton City officials have commissioned a familiar face to create the city’s next mural, continuing a tradition for which the city has gained recognition statewide and beyond.
John Zane Jeppesen, 58, of Garland, briefly spent time in the Box Elder County Jail after he was arrested on Oct. 1, 2018, on an outstanding bench warrant issued by Third District Court in Salt Lake City. Jeppesen was released later that day on a $25,000 cash only bail.
After months of deliberation, Tremonton officials have changed the rules to allow tattoo parlors to operate within the city once again.
The widow of Utah Highway Patrol Trooper Eric Ellsworth has filed a negligence lawsuit in First District Court against PacifiCorp, DBA Rocky Mountain Power, and a female minor nearly two years after the death of her husband.
Plans for a pedestrian and bicycle trail along a stretch of the Malad River in Tremonton are moving forward, as the city is now preparing to solicit bids for construction of a half-mile trail along the river.
Kassidy Adams and Chance Udy are this week's Bear River High Athletes of the Week.
A last minute change of venue left the Bear River cross-country team, and other schools throughout Utah, scrambling for a pre-region meet after the Star Valley meet was cancelled. Instead, the Bears took on the Catholic Championship on Oct. 4, hosted by Judge Memorial High with fellow Cathol…
The Bear River volleyball team earned a narrow victory over Mountain Crest in Region 12 play last week winning three of the five sets on Oct. 2, at Bear River High.
The Bear River boys golf team wrapped up a successful season last week, playing closer to home in this year’s 4A state tournament after it was held in St. George last year.
Cross-country coaches at Bear River High stated that last week was almost as exciting as the time the 2002 boys’ team took home the 3A state title.
In a close defensive battle, the Bear River football team came up short against Mountain Crest, losing a 17-7 game on Friday, Sept. 28, in Hyrum.
The Bear River volleyball team hosted Green Canyon on Sept. 25, at Bear River High. The Bears lost the game in three sets, 25-20, 25-10, 25-19.
Elder Cole Fronk will return from serving a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the Wisconsin Milwaukee Mission on Thursday, Oct. 18, 2018.
Elder Easton Brett Payne, son of Brett and Jerilyn Payne of Tremonton, has accepted a call to serve in the Nevada Las Vegas Mission.
“Sakes alive, he’s 85!
Elder McCoy Christensen, son of Chad and Kim Christensen of Tremonton, has accepted a call to serve in the Mexico Tijuana Mission.
Boy Scout Troop 828 held a special Court of Honor for all scouts in the troop who had passed their boards of review and had earned their badges and rank advancements. It took place at the Elwood LDS Ward building on Aug. 28, 2018. The highlight of the event was the honoring of a new Eagle Sc…
Elder Dixon Hirschi returned home from the Porto, Portugal mission for The Church of Jesus-Christ of Latter-day Saints on Oct. 9, 2018.
Aaron and Chrisee Bennett are delighted to announce the marriage of their daughter, Camee Samantha, to Clint Jake Oyler, son of Val and LouAnn Oyler. The couple will be sealed on Thursday, Oct. 11, 2018, in the Logan LDS Temple.