When three northern Utah men went into business together in 2006 and purchased an assisted living facility in Tremonton that was about to be foreclosed on and shut down, the building had been through a handful of different owners and was struggling with low occupancy.

One of only two nursing homes in northern Box Elder County will be closing its doors later this year, but a new facility scheduled to open in Brigham City at the same time hopes to fill the void.

UPDATE 9:15 p.m.: Leann Fox, spokeswoman for the Utah Division of Forestry Fire and State Lands, said the fire has consumed about 1,200 acres and no containment has been achieved yet.

The Tremonton City Council has approved a city budget totaling almost $15.4 million for the upcoming fiscal year that begins July 1, including millions of dollars for wastewater treatment upgrades, the beginning of a city-wide secondary water system buildout, road construction and various ot…

The Box Elder County Commission was down a member last week as Commission Chairman Stan Summers was in Washington, D.C. meeting with cabinet officials for President Donald Trump and others to discuss policy issues affecting the county.

For the sixth time, Bjorn Suneson of Sweden, is running coast-to-coast across the United States, stopping long enough to rest, eat and catch up on his blog. This time around Tremonton was one of his well-planned stops, staying only about 12 hours on June 30, 2018, before he continued westwar…

During Taylor Fox’s junior year her high school softball coach, Calvin Bingham, said she was one of the most well-liked players on the team. Always happy, hard working and a leader amongst the younger players, nothing had changed her senior year. Fox still brought her work ethic and leadersh…

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.

Several new records were made, and broken, during Alice C. Harris Intermediate School’s annual biathlon held May 25, for sixth and seventh graders. The biathlon is named after Will Hornberger, a teacher at ACHIS who organized the biathlon for years and passed away two years ago.

Generous businesses throughout the Bear River Valley sponsored Bear River High athletes throughout the 2017-18 school year and wrapped up the year naming one female and one male student athlete as Student Athletes of the Year.

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Elder Zac Miller, son of Todd and Kayla Miller of Garland, Utah, has been called to serve a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the France Lyon Mission.

Chris and Nikki Wise of Tremonton, and Ryan and Shera Nebeker of Plain City, are pleased to announce the marriage of their children. Justus Christopher and Marin Rae have chosen July 14, 2018, to be sealed for time and all eternity in the Ogden LDS Temple.

Lynn and Susan Reeder of Wellsville are pleased to announce the marriage of their daughter, Heidi Mae Reeder, to Joseph Craig Jeppson, son of Vicky and the late Ralph Jeppson of Tremonton. The couple was married on June 29, 2018, in the Logan LDS Temple. A reception and dance was held that e…

Keith and Julie Swenson and Byron and Tina Barker are excited to announce the marriage of their children, Shannon and Matt. The glorious occasion of this marriage will be Friday, July 6, 2018, in the Ogden LDS Temple.

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