Weber hopes to fix overcrowded schools with new boundaries

Emotions ran high at a meeting to discuss proposed changes to boundaries between three Weber School District elementary schools in the north end of Weber County.


Weber State to screen college sexual assault documentary 'The Hunting Ground'

The documentary exploring rape survivors and sexual assault on college campuses will be viewed at the Davis campus on Thursday. 


Struggling readers at Harrisville's Majestic Elementary need tutors

AmeriCorps volunteers help students succeed by tutoring reading. More tutors are needed at Majestic Elementary in Harrisville for students at risk of falling behind.


Earth Day Fair in Ogden celebrates, educates in caring for the earth

The Ogden Nature Center hosted its annual Earth Day event Saturday, April 16, 2016 and representatives from the U.S. Forest Service, Weber Basin Water Conservancy District and the Ogden City Water Department taught ways to be more nature-conscious and conservation minded.


Head Start registration begins in Davis, Morgan and Summit counties

Head Start and Early Head Start are free preschool programs for children who qualify.


Summer camps and classes keep kids busy and learning

Northern Utah school districts and organizations keep keeps learning, and having fun, through summer camps and classes.


Little Rock Nine member shares memories and civil rights history with students

Carlotta Walls LaNier, a member of the Little Rock Nine, brought history to life for Utah students by talking about what it was like to be an African-American student fighting for an equal education in the Jim Crow• South of the 1950s.


Weber State's Dream 125 campaign brings in more than $146 million

Weber State University announced a total of more than $146 million for scholarships and campus improvements raised through donations to the school.


Dixie State introduces new bison mascot, Trailblazers identity

Dixie State University has introduced a new mascot: Brooks the Bison, named after the school’s first student. The school’s new identity has also been introduced as the Trailblazers. 


Fannie Flagg, author of 'Fried Green Tomatoes,' booked for Fall Author Event

The Ogden School Foundation has announced Fannie Flagg as the star of this year’s Fall Author Event. Flagg, bestselling author of “Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistle Stop Cafe,” “Can’t Wait to Get to Heaven,” and “I Still Dream About You....

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