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South Weber shoots down patio homes zone

SOUTH WEBER — Retirees looking to settle in South Weber may have to go elsewhere to spend their golden years because the city council removed a high-density


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Syracuse City newsletter brief

SYRACUSE – The Syracuse City newsletter will be converting to a monthly, four-page, one-color newsletter in a move that is expected to save the city an


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Syracuse City struggles with secondary water costs

SYRACUSE – Syracuse City has begun studying possible ways to make its secondary water system more efficient. According to Brody Bovero, city manager,


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Washington Boulevard work goes to night schedule

OGDEN — Utah Department of Transportation work crews are immediately going to a night owl schedule to complete $2.8 million in reconstruction upgrades to


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Holder's departure whittles Obama's original Cabinet down to two

WASHINGTON — With Eric Holder’s announcement Thursday that he’s stepping down as attorney general, only two of President Barack Obama’s


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Farmington exploring well option on mountainside

FARMINGTON – Eager to find a new source of water on the east side, city leaders have embraced an offer from one resident to potentially locate a new well on


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Rep. Chris Stewart faces Luz Robles in debate

SALT LAKE CITY — A Democratic state senator challenging U.S. Republican Rep. Chris Stewart says the lack of action on immigration shows Congress isn’t


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What's that building? New Ogden courthouse

OGDEN — The building that can be seen swiftly moving skyward at the corner of 20th Street and Wall Avenue is less than a year away from completion. The


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Eisenhower Memorial Commission sticks to controversial design

WASHINGTON — The Eisenhower Memorial Commission will seek preliminary approval of the modified Frank Gehry design — and only that design — from


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Navajo to get $554 million in settlement with US

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. — The Navajo Nation is poised to receive $554 million from the federal government over allegations of mismanagement of tribal resources in


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