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It's open: Riders eating up Lagoon's Cannibal

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FARMINGTON — Lagoon’s $22 million Cannibal roller coaster made its debut Thursday to regular park guests. The Farmington amusement park opened the ride at about 3 p.m. Thursday,...

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City won't commit to changes sought by skateboarders

OGDEN — Local skateboarders would like to see improvements to the Lorin Farr Skate Park and more upkeep by the city, but officials want proof the users...


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UDOT signs sporting new, edgy attitude — but not too edgy

Those electronic message signs on Utah’s highways have developed a bit of an attitude in recent weeks. The lighted road signs — designed to provide...


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Rehabilitation: Most prison inmates don't want help

I was asked in one of your letters to give my thoughts concerning the prison as a place of punishment vs. rehabilitation. My favorite officer is quitting the...


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Crowds cool off under plenty of 'showers' at Kaysville parade

KAYSVILLE — If good ol’ Uncle Sam ever plans to attend the Fourth of July parade here, he’d better come wearing his red-white-and-blue...


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'Candy Bomber' drops sweets from Utah's air for July 4

OREM — A pilot who delivered candy to children in Berlin at the end of World War II parachuted sweets down to Orem Friday to celebrate Independence Day. The...




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No Barriers Summit helps people adapt amid challenges

What’s within you is stronger than what’s in your way. That’s the motto of the not-for-profit corporation No Barriers USA, and what Madelyn...


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Trash and binge drinking tarnish Weber River tubing

As temperatures climb, many Utahns look to tubing to cool down, and that’s creating a deluge of problems on the Weber River. From the popular stretch from...


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Seat savers arrive early for popular N. Ogden parade

NORTH OGDEN — Friday’s quiet morning before the loud Fourth of July parade was interrupted here by a weed trimmer. Don Roberts was preparing...


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Kunimuras of North Ogden honored for war service

NORTH OGDEN — Not many know the story of Casey and Dorothy Kunimura. The two have lived a quiet life in North Ogden, where they raised three children....


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USA! Utahns plan World Cup viewing parties

OGDEN — Women’s soccer fever is hot across the United States right now with the U.S. team preparing to play in the final of the Women’s World...


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UDOT signs sporting new, edgy attitude — but not too edgy

Those electronic message signs on Utah’s highways have developed a bit of an attitude in recent weeks. The lighted road signs — designed to provide...


City won't commit to changes sought by skateboarders

OGDEN — Local skateboarders would like to see improvements to the Lorin Farr Skate Park and more upkeep by the city, but officials want proof the users...