One week before Bear River High senior Judd Miller was set to walk across the stage and receive his diploma, tragedy suddenly struck, leaving a family, a school and a community grieving the loss of a son, brother, uncle, friend and classmate.

On Friday, June 1, 2018, when Tremonton Police Chief David Nance turns in his badge and keys and says goodbye to the force he’s called home for 14 years, he’ll be doing so with fond memories and plenty of accomplishments.

For a couple of hours last week, Tremonton’s Meadow Park was taken over by the Utah Jazz organization, and hundreds of local Jazz fans, when representatives from the NBA franchise came to town to dedicate a new state-of-the-art basketball court in the community.

Going into the 4A state tournament the Bear River softball team wasn’t even ranked in the top three. Spanish Fork, the reigning three-time 4A state champs, had the top spot but an early tournament loss sent the Dons into the losers bracket only to get knocked down to second place after the B…

Jake Dahle, Tyke Nessen, Kaygen Canfield, Max Madsen and Makayden Kent all took to the baseball field one last time on Wednesday, May 16, as the end of their high school baseball careers came to a close.

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When she was a young girl, Baylee Haws would sing songs to her grandmother, and one of her favorite selections was “Think of Me” from the popular musical “Phantom of the Opera.”

Orson and Jeannette Poulsen spent Thursday through early Sunday in Moab with Jeannette’s son Kirk Pearson. He is the chairman of the rodeo commission there. Orson says he and Jeannette helped wherever they could. Mutton bustin’ fell to Orson again this year. It is one of Orson’s favorite eve…

It was a quiet public hearing last Tuesday at the Corinne City Hall where the budgets for this past year and the coming year were to be accepted by the city council. Not only were there no members of the public present, but two members of the council and the mayor were absent resulting in th…

Century Elementary has established a “Grit Garden.”  Kindergarten teacher, Tania Burningham, is the inspiration behind this endeavor. Mrs. Burningham said she had seen other rock projects, so she turned a weed patch outside her classroom door into the garden. The idea blossomed from there.

Words cannot express the deep gratitude we feel for the tremendous outpouring of prayers, love and support we’ve received from this wonderful community at the passing of our son, Judd. The genuine concern and thoughtfulness has helped ease our burden at this difficult time.

Kevin and Cindy Murphy of Tremonton, Utah are pleased to announce the marriage of their daughter, Vanessa Elizabeth, to Blase Park of Caldwell, Idaho. They were married in the Salt Lake City LDS Temple on Saturday, June 9, 2018. Later that evening a reception was be held in their honor at th…

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