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Residents protest Willard gravel pit plan

WILLARD -- More than 30 residents packed the city council chambers Thursday night to politely tell city fathers, "Don't do it." The number sounds paltry, but that's small town America for you, where...

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Plea made for dog parks in south Davis County

A Centerville woman says there is a need for dog parks in south Davis County and is pressing community leaders for attention to the growing need. Laurie Hills made...


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Farmington's confusing gateway interchange getting an upgrade

FARMINGTON — Where do I turn? One of Davis County’s busiest and most confusing streets is due for an upgrade. Next week, the Utah Department of...


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Riverdale targets problem areas for bicycles and pedestrians

RIVERDALE — City officials in this commercial and residential hub between Ogden and Roy are discussing options for more bicycle and pedestrian paths that...


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Push for officer sparks debate in Centerville

CENTERVILLE – Officials are debating the merits, and costs, of adding one more officer to the Centerville Police Department. Officials spent almost two hours...


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Utah governor: Tentative deal on Medicaid plan

SALT LAKE CITY — Gov. Gary Herbert said Thursday that he’s reached a tentative deal with federal officials over his alternative plan to expand Medicaid,...


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No daytime curfew in North Ogden

NORTH OGDEN – The city council has decided to drop the idea of a daytime curfew for students skipping school. The council voted recently to proceed instead...


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Davis school board seats up for grabs

FARMINGTON — Empowering parents and students when it comes to determining their public education needs is the central theme running through the Davis school...


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Latest White House jumper has 'mental health' issues

WASHINGTON — The latest person to climb over the White House fence had the paranoid belief he was being watched by cameras and had previously been arrested at...


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Archers may be called in to thin deer herd in North Salt Lake

NORTH SALT LAKE – City officials are looking at a limited kill to potentially cull the city’s growing deer population. City Manager Barry Edwards met...


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4 sites considered for new Utah prison

SALT LAKE CITY — State officials said Wednesday they’re eying four northern Utah locations that could be home to a new state prison, but they’re...


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Residents protest Willard gravel pit plan

WILLARD -- More than 30 residents packed the city council chambers Thursday night to politely tell city fathers, "Don't do it." The number sounds paltry, but...