UDOT open house regarding possible Ogden Canyon trail stirs emotions

Ogden Canyon resident fears eminent domain

Discussions grew heated and emotional at times as scores of area residents and outdoor enthusiasts...


Utah's primary election day is coming up; here's how to get ready for it

Weber County elections officials have sent letters to all registered voters asking them to select which primary ballot they wish to receive. These have attached forms that need to be returned by May 16. That process can be done by emailing or by returning the form by...


Kaysville's 'active transportation' plan seeks bike lanes, safe walking routes

The Kaysville City Council will soon review a draft of a new transportation plan that emphasizes convenience and safety for the city’s pedestrians and cyclists. The plan promotes “active transportation,” which means increasing pedestrian and bicycle access to various...


UDOT open house regarding possible Ogden Canyon trail stirs emotions

Discussions grew heated and emotional at times as scores of area residents and outdoor enthusiasts crowded into the Orbital ATK Conference Center Thursday in Ogden Canyon to hear recommendations regarding a potential trail along State Road 39 through the narrow canyon.


New owners of crumbling Ogden building preparing for 'intensive' renovation

The new owners of a set of abandoned buildings in downtown Ogden say they’ve got their work cut out for them, but are committed to bringing life back to the northeast corner of 24th Street and Wall Avenue. On April 11, George and Dragon LLC finalized the purchase of the old Antique...


Weber County Commission to revamp GRAMA appeals board

Currently, all three commissioners serve on the three-member GRAMA appeals board for Weber County, but state law requires an entirely different makeup.


Ogden's plowed-up Liberty Park signals progress to new public gathering space

Passersby might be shocked at Liberty Park’s unkempt appearance. The plowed-up ground and absence of grass is part of ongoing Ogden City master-planned construction that will result in new amenities and a park that connects to the New Bridge technology-oriented elementary school slated to...


Davis County chooses 'Pirates of the FAIRibbean' as 2016 county fair theme

Ahoy! See “The Gator Boys” and avoid being cast into Davy Jones’ Locker at the 2016 Davis County Fair. County commissioners announced the fair’s theme as “Pirates of the FAIRibbean,” which is to run Aug. 17-20 at the Davis County Legacy Events Center.

Police & Fire

Juvenile justice officials break ground on new Weber detention center

Officials at a groundbreaking ceremony on Wednesday, April 27, were pleased to begin the building of the Weber Valley Multi-Use Youth Center, which has been in development for several years. The facility will replace the current Weber Valley Detention Center in Roy, which has been in service...


Farr West man hosting town hall meeting Thursday on little-known legislation

The 60-year-old activist and founder of national nonprofit MH Action is holding a town hall meeting to discuss the congressional bill Thursday.


Pineview Reservoir curfew decision delayed as Weber commission seeks input

Anglers and boaters flocked to Weber County’s commission meeting Tuesday to sound off on a proposed watercraft curfew on Pineview Reservoir between 10 p.m. and 6 a.m. Commissioners opted to delay action and allow for further debate in the coming weeks. 

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