Tremonton cowboy consistently winning money at WNFR

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As a Tremonton cowboy Caleb Bennett consistently places at Wrangler National Finals Rodeo, he’s likely to move up in the ranks. He entered in sixth place. 

Police & Fire

Roy man accused of molesting 7-year-old boy, formally charged with 15 felonies

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Wesley David Simonson, 29, was booked Monday in Weber County Jail and Tuesday was formally charged with 15 felony offenses.


Weber County Commissioner Kerry Gibson to step down to take DNR post

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About a year will remain in his term when he steps down on Jan. 12 and at least two people are interested in filling out the term.

Police & Fire

Bountiful police searching for Dec. 6 bank robbery suspect

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Police are looking for help to identify a man who involved in several bank robberies, including one in Bountiful, last week.


Latinos in Ogden: Life get better but not enough

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As Latinos slowly improve their lives in Ogden over the years, they still lag behind the overall population in terms of income, education and employment, data shows.


Weber County parents, school reps wrestle with racism in wake of viral video

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Members of a group aimed at fighting racism visited for a pair of discussions, invited by Weber County parents, nearly two months after a video went viral of five Weber High School students using a racial slur.


Backyard chicken controversy continues as Ogden City Council vote approaches

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The topic of owning backyard chickens is not new to Ogden residents, but it is still generating plenty of debate.


Morgan cowgirl named third runner-up at Miss Rodeo America

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McKenna Hales, Miss Rodeo Utah 2017, has finished fourth in the Miss Rodeo America Pageant.


Work hard, then work harder: Entrepreneur Latinos, immigrants in Ogden

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Figures show that the number of Latino-owned businesses in Utah, though a small percentage of the overall total, have grown dramatically since the late 1990s.


Farr West school crossing crash spurs talk of heightening safety measures

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A 10-year-old suffered minor injuries in the crossing after he was hit by a car and one parent says close calls at the location are fairly regular.

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