Casualties from the COVID-19 pandemic have reached triple digits in Box Elder County, which continues to see an above-average rate of death among those who catch the disease.
John Levenduski is convinced a guardian angel was watching over him during his time in Vietnam.
Americans may soon get a better glimpse into a future of green-friendly transportation by visiting a U.S. national park.
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — A federal judge has blocked the U.S. Treasury from enforcing a provision of the American Rescue Plan Act that prohibited states from using the pandemic relief funds to offset new tax cuts.
HARTVILLE, Mo. (AP) — Some people might describe Hartville, Missouri, as being in the middle of nowhere, but the U.S. Census Bureau on Tuesday announced that it’s the closest town to the middle of the nation.
NEW YORK (AP) — An estimated 100,000 Americans died of drug overdoses in one year, a never-before-seen milestone that health officials say is tied to the COVID-19 pandemic and a more dangerous drug supply.
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — A second set of states that includes Utah has filed a federal lawsuit challenging the Biden administration's COVID-19 vaccine mandate for health care workers.
Thanksgiving is a time centered around all things turkey. From cute home decor to deliciously prepared main dishes, turkeys are a big focal point of the holiday. If you like the idea of harvesting your own locally sourced turkey — instead of fighting the crowds to buy one at your neighborhoo…
A third meeting seemed to have the potential for an upset, as Bear River and Green Canyon had already played two close matches during the Region 11 schedule this season.
A heavy rainstorm last Friday night postponed the Bear River football team’s regular-season finale until noon Saturday in Garland, where the Bears fell 28-14 to visiting Mountain Crest.
As the Bear River cross country teams gear up for the Region 11 Championship meet next week, they have one thing on their mind.
Erika Olsen’s final bid for a state girls’ tennis title came up just short last weekend, but she left an indelible mark on Bear River High athletics and set the bar high for future competitors to come.
Coming off of its first region win of the season a week earlier, the Bear River volleyball squad picked up some more momentum last week with a resilient road win.
All of the area schools of northern Utah and southeast Idaho convened at the American West Heritage Center in Wellsville, Utah for the 2021 Cache Box Invitational last week.
On Sept. 16, the Bear River cross country teams went to Pre-State on the new course at Salt Lake City Regional Athletic Complex and made a statement to the teams in the 4A classification, particularly the teams of Region 11.
The Box Elder County Fairgrounds hosted the 10th annual Country Cowboy Christmas Market on Nov. 20 and 21. The event featured dozens of vendors, live entertainment, a silent auction, fundraisers for local charities, food trucks and a variety of other activities to kick off the holiday season.
Georgia Wheatley had a birthday party with nine or 10 of her friends. She is now officially 11 years old. The birthday party had a Harry Potter theme. They played games and ate a lot of food they thought Harry Potter himself would enjoy.
If you’re going to retire in the next few years, you’ll want to start thinking about making some changes to your investment portfolio. And one area you may want to look at is whatever type of cash account you might have – because, when you’re retired, the amount of cash you have readily avai…
GFWC Women's Civic League, Inc. would like to thank everyone that braved the rain and cold to support the 2nd Annual Pumpkin Walk!
It is time for the annual Turkey Trot at Century School. It is an unusual name, but a lot of fun. It is really a foot race and the fastest runner wins a turkey.
Gingerbread houses at BRV MuseumBear River Valley Museum is once again holding its Annual Gingerbread House Contest.
Jim and Starr Mitchell are now enjoying the benefits of their hard work all summer and fall. Especially to be enjoyed are the nice, warm fires in their wood stove. Also, they are very grateful for all the rain Promontory has had in the recent days.
Jim Abel was born in Tremonton to Garnet and Verla Abel on November 22, 1941. He is one of 11 children.