The newly formed Tremonton Arts Council is off the ground and running, with plans to jumpstart the city’s public mural projects, hold a party for local artists to mingle and exchange ideas, and create more public art while attracting more funding from the state. The council held its first official meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 20, [...]
Tremonton City published a survey associated with the economic development plan that Tremonton City is creating with the aid of Zions Bank Public Finance. The results of the survey will assist the City in the formation of a plan to improve economic conditions and prospects in Tremonton City. Question range from conditions on Main Street [...]
2018 Scouting For Food is Saturday, March 17, 2018! Scouts will be at your door sometime between 9:00 am and 11:00 am on Saturday, March 17, 2018. If they miss you, please bring your food donations to the Tremonton Food Pantry,180 S Tremont St. They will count your donation for Scouting for Food for up to a [...]
https://www.facebook.com/TremontonParksAndRecreation/videos/1639896136056011/ Daddy Daughter dance 2018 was a huge success with close to 400 people in attendance. Check out our facebook for additional pictures and videos.
Reminder that there is no overnight parking in the streets between December and February to keep roads clear for our Snow Removal Crews. Any car, trailer or object may be towed if necessary. This winter is predicted to be similar to last winter with around 200% average snowfall. 15-213. Parking During Winter Months. (1) [...]
Tremonton Lights gets better and better every year with the addition of new songs, new features and more lights. This year we added 3 new songs as well as 16 foot pixel tree and 2 pixel screens. The show will run from 5:30 pm to Midnight every nights until January 2.
Story by Jeff Demoss/Tremonton Leader The folks at West Liberty Foods’ thriving plant in west Tremonton are serious about food safety. Those who want a tour of the company’s state-of-the-art meat processing facility must first undergo a brief safety training, complete with a multiple choice quiz. Ken Harvey, learning and development facilitator at the plant, [...]
Tremonton Parks and Recreation held their annual Turkey Trot on Nov. 11, bringing out runners of all ages and ability. Runners donated 875 pounds of food to the Tremonton Food Pantry for residents in need. 5K results: Ages 16-15 Men: Devon Roberts 19:45, Jacob McGuire 22:23 and Cameron Kotter 29:34 Women: Emily Jones 41:27, Savannah [...]
Every Year on the Friday before Halloween, Local Businesses and the Chamber of commerce set up at Midland Square where Thousands of people walk main street, visiting businesses for a Halloween treat. We have seen a lot of rain the last few years but the weather was amazing this year, Bringing even more out in [...]