Weber School District in early stages of considering 2017 bond initiative

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The Weber School District is in the preliminary stages of considering a bond initiative for 2017.


Ogden School District to offer free eye exams, glasses

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The Ogden School District has selected 125 students in need to receive free eye exams and glasses in partnership with Friends for Sight.


Box Elder School District chooses makeup days after snow canceled classes

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The Box Elder School District Board of Education chose which days class will be held to make up for two days that were canceled due to weather in January. The school board also approved the district's 2018-19 school year calendar.


Weber School District receives EPA grant for low-emission school buses

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The Weber School District received $100,000 as part of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s 2016 School Bus Rebate Program and so far plans to put $20,000 toward five new clean-burning diesel buses.


Former Weber State University president Rodney Brady dies at age 83

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Rodney H. Brady, a former president of Weber State University, died Monday at his Salt Lake City home. 


One-man volleyball team plays to inspire North Layton students to beat the odds

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One-man volleyball team Bob Holmes visited North Layton Junior High School where a team of 10 boys was the first junior high team to beat him in 12 years. Holmes is an inspirational speaker and used the volleyball games to show students they can beat the odds, be kind to one another and never give...


Weber State University to open $5 million Community Outreach Center in Ogden

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Weber State University is planning to build a Community Outreach Center that will open in fall 2018 in central Ogden.


Weber State political science professor analyzes 2016 election results

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Leah Murray, a Weber State University political science professor, talked with a lively audience about the 2016 presidential election and why Donald Trump won Monday night, Jan. 9. 

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Column: News and reactions highlight our worst, best and worst again

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Are you warm-blooded or cold-blooded? Mark Saal writes that news stories locally and nationally highlight the worst — and best, and worst again — of human nature.


Ogden School District to launch mental health pilot program

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The Ogden School District is moving forward with a pilot program officials hope will help students cope with serious mental health issues. 

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