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Teen speaks of learning lessons at the Christmas Box House

Rachel Trotter, Standard-Examiner correspondent
Dec 10 2013 - 1:57pm

OGDEN -- The first night Matthew Stone and his little sister spent at the Christmas Box House was a night for him to remember.

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Northridge High violinist to play Kennedy Center

(KERA WILLIAMS/Standard-Examiner) Sariah Cook poses for a portrait with her violin in her South Weber home recently. Today, the Northridge High School student, 15, is off to Washington, D.C., to play with other young musicians from across the U.S. in a prestigious event at the Kennedy Center.

Ruth Malan
Jun 19 2011 - 10:09pm

SOUTH WEBER -- A talented young lady is picking up her violin and heading for Washington, D.C., today.

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GALLERY: TX: Teen’s Guide to Sewing

“My most recent and most difficult project -- fully lined wool suit.” Payne estimates she worked at least 100 hours on her suit with covered buttonholes, a hand-sewn lining and other couture details. The outfit took second place in the Utah State 4-H Contest and received the Rosette (equivalent to “top overall”) at the Utah State Fair in the 4-H Tailoring and Couture Division. (Contributed by Abby Payne at Bear River High School)

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Feb 13 2012 - 10:44am

Every tried your hand at sewing? Senior Abby Payne at Bear River High School enjoys this hobby and gives some tips for getting started in a story on our TX. page. She also shares some photographs of various items she has sewn herself.

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GALLERY: TX: Madrigal’s Feaste at Bear River High School

The royal court includes Queen Josie Payne (left) and King Nick Summers in the Madrigal’s Feaste at Bear River High School.

Contributed
Nov 25 2011 - 3:21pm

Teens travel back in time to merry olde England during the annual Madrigal’s Feaste at Bear River High School in Garland. The event includes a king and queen, lords and ladies of the court, and – of course – jesters. Find out more about the feast in a Nov. 28 TX. story by Abby Payne. Photos courtesy of Cindy Payne.

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GALLERY: TX: Northridge High students rehearse in the pit

Alyssa Brown, Stephanie Cook violins

Meghan Jones, TX correspondent
Nov 11 2011 - 2:59pm

Violinists, flutists, keyboard artists and other student musicians provide live sound for many Top of Utah high school musicals. Here are some rehearsal scenes as the pit orchestra creates the “music of the night” for “Phantom of the Opera” at Northridge High School. The production continues through Nov. 19.

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GALLERY: TX students at the Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge

Katie McVey (standing) explains the day's work with chorus frogs to the Youth Conservation Corps at Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge. (Left, Back to Front) Tausha Morris, Colton Fielding, Carmen Garcia. (Right, Back to Front) Jaden Miller, Savannah Allred. (Courtesy of Cindy Payne)

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Aug 5 2011 - 11:28am

Summer is for the birds – and frogs – if you’re a member of the Youth Conservation Corps at the Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge in Brigham City. Teens in the group recently captured Western chorus frogs to measure and study. The corps members also help create new trails and teach folks about protecting the ecosystem.

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Northridge High violinist to play Kennedy Center

(KERA WILLIAMS/Standard-Examiner) Sariah Cook poses for a portrait with her violin in her South Weber home recently. Today, the Northridge High School student, 15, is off to Washington, D.C., to play with other young musicians from across the U.S. in a prestigious event at the Kennedy Center.

Ruth Malan
Jun 19 2011 - 10:09pm

SOUTH WEBER -- A talented young lady is picking up her violin and heading for Washington, D.C., today.

Comments   ·   Read more   ·   Updated: Jun 20 2011 - 1:04pm


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