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Davis teacher with mentoring flair wins national award

NORTH SALT LAKE — Foxboro Elementary fifth-grade teacher Allison Riddle was selected as one of five recipients in the nation to receive the 2015 Horace...


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Lawmakers to consider requiring citizenship test to graduate

SALT LAKE CITY — Utah teenagers may soon be facing an additional graduation requirement: a 50-question test of their knowledge of the United States. A...


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Students drum up talent at Ogden competition

OGDEN – The sounds of percussion could be heard for blocks around Ogden High on Saturday afternoon as the school hosted one of the first percussion...


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Business immersion for inner-city Ogden students

SALT LAKE CITY — Bills got paid, goods were purchased and with minimal stress everything was operational at Junior Achievement City at the Discovery...


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Ogden soccer logo vote leads to angry outburst

OGDEN — During a work session prior to their regular meeting, members of Ogden's school board expressed surprise that no one had signed up to speak...




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Weber State offers help with financial aid applications

OGDEN — The rate at which Utahns apply for federal student aid is the lowest in the nation, and it is through the Free Application for Federal Student...


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Students engineer iPad holder for classmate's wheelchair

OGDEN — Ben Lomond High School special-needs student Jeremy Dixon now has the world at his fingertips thanks to the help of a team of students and...


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VIDEO: Student chefs whip out gourmet meals under pressure

OGDEN — Mid-morning at Ogden High School on Tuesday, students encountered appetizing aromas through the hallways coming from the area where 10 Top of...


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Principal who deemed prom dresses too short sues school over

SALT LAKE CITY — A former Utah assistant high school principal is suing the district, claiming he was wrongly laid off after a 2012 controversy over girls...


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World War I historian to speak at Weber State

OGDEN — To mark the 100th anniversary of World War I, one of its foremost historians will discuss how that war shaped all others, including Iraq and...


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OGDEN — Most college students look forward to spending their spring break on a relaxing vacation or going to parties to blow off steam after exams. This year,...