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Adaptive sports program teaches much more than just skiing

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People with autism and other disabilities flourish with new life skills learned in the program.

Courts

Maximum sentence for driver in DUI crash that disfigured South Ogden girl

Judge Noel Hyde sentenced Dean Dominguez, 41, Ogden, to 0 to 5 years in prison in the May 2, 2015 crash in Hooper that maimed Brynnli Cherry.


Environment

Northern Utah under mandatory action as air quality worsens

A thick inversion is settling over Northern Utah valleys and residents are under mandatory action from the Utah Department of Environmental Quality, which is forecasting continued action for the next several days.


Courts

Utah grandma gets probation after meth pipe found in granddaughter's backpack

Police say the she was smoking meth shortly before helping the girl with her reading homework in Washington Terrace, Utah, and dropped the pipe in the bag by accident.


Dining Out

3 of the best places to get pizza in Ogden for National Pizza Day

National Pizza Day is worthy of celebration. Here’s where you can do so in Ogden.


Police

Natural gas leak interrupts service at 15 Layton homes Monday night

An excavation crew digging for a future high speed Internet service pierced a gas line Monday night, causing a natural gas leak and interrupted service for 15 residents, the Layton City Fire Department says.


Local

Marinello Schools of Beauty closes after government cuts access to funding

All 56 of the chain’s schools are now closed, including locations in Ogden and Layton. 


Faith

Where to worship on Ash Wednesday in Ogden, Layton areas

Ash Wednesday signifies the beginning of Lent, which is observed in the 40 weekdays before Easter. 


Local

Nothing says 'mind your manners' like an aggravated assault

I walked back into my housing unit with another inmate after class. Ten guys were around the television and I could tell by their reactions they were into the show. I wondered what could be so interesting. Sometimes a news story involving crime gathers a crowd this large but doesn’t usually...


News

Adaptive sports program teaches much more than just skiing

People with autism and other disabilities flourish with new life skills learned in the program.


Local

Friends and family mourn former Miss Roy, Utah Jazz dancer

Mandy Garcia Gaston was a member of the Weber State University cheer and dance squad and had a stint as a Utah Jazz dancer. The Roy High School graduate and mother of two boys operated a cosmetology salon in Big Piney.


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