Ogden officials will spend the next year developing a comprehensive blueprint for how transportation should work in the future. And they’re looking for ideas.
About 20 people attended the sixth Weber State University town hall on race, a decrease from about 200 who attended the first one held a year ago.
Ogden City Council will hold a second “Virtual Town Hall” meeting on the budget Tuesday, Aug. 1 at 5 p.m. on Facebook Live. The council held a similar meeting on July 11.
Witnesses to Wednesday’s plane crash on Interstate 15 are welcome to contact a counseling center in Ogden set up by the Department of Public Safety’s Victim Services and Weber County Advocates.
Since Summit purchased Powder Mountain in April 2013, the youthful collective has had to buckle down to the tedious task of high-altitude development, demanding work due to shorter construction seasons and more stringent geological demands.
Utah solar advocates are working to amp up support ahead of a hearing next month on Rocky Mountain Power’s proposed changes to net metering.
Nearly 200,000 across Utah signed up for health care coverage via Obamacare marketplaces in 2017, at risk if the health care program — the focus of fierce Senate deliberations — is repealed.