Ogden junior high schools benefit from successful MarketStar food drive

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Ogden School District junior high schools are having their pantries stocked thanks to employees at MarketStar.


Ogden-Weber Tech opens new training facility for composites building, testing

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Ogden-Weber Technology College is expanding its composites and nondestructive testing programs in a brand new space.


Davis School District alters new high school boundary proposal

Farmington High School rendering

The Davis School District has made changes to a high school boundary change proposal. Even more changes could happen before the school board makes a final decision in December.


District apologizes for student-led 'build the wall' chant at Woods Cross game

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The Davis School District has issued an apology after students at a Woods Cross High School football game chanted “build the wall” Friday night.


Anti-abortion group brings graphic display to Weber State University

Weber State Anti-Abortion display Genocide Awareness Project

The Center for Bio-Ethical Reform brought a display including graphic images of dead fetuses to Weber State University Monday.


Centerville's J.A. Taylor Elementary given national academic excellence award

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This is the second time J.A. Taylor Elementary School has received the National Blue Ribbon School award.


Sand Ridge students raise $20,000 for new electronic school sign

Sand Ridge Junior High new sign

A Weber School District junior high is getting a new sign after more than 20 years.


2 students being evaluated for rabies after touching dead bats at Layton High

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Seven Layton High School students are being medically evaluated after touching dead bats, district spokesman Chris Williams said. 


Polk Elementary celebrates state-assigned 'A' grade for the 2nd year

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Polk Elementary School’s staff and students celebrated some good news Tuesday, Sept. 26.


Hundreds of bats found in Layton High, 1 student being checked for rabies

Bats in Layton High School

Hundreds of bats have come to Layton High School seeking warmth from recent cold temperatures. A student who touched a dead bat has been sent to the hospital to check for rabies as a safety precaution.

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