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New sidewalk requirements for developers in Layton

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LAYTON – A growing number of homeowners are complaining their new neighborhoods lack a key element – sidewalks. Developers in Layton have long had the option to wait to put in sidewalks...

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Utah GOP's candidate purity fight remains in flux

OGDEN — With last year’s Senate Bill 54 opening the door for candidates to gather signatures and run in Republican primaries, Utah GOP leaders recently...


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New Waterfall trail access warning irks hikers

OGDEN — Around noon Friday, a sign appeared at the 29th Street trailhead informing people to bring ID and acquire wristbands if they intend to hike the...


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Roy beautification program under way

ROY – Beautification efforts are officially under way in Roy. New, decorative lights will line 1900 West between 5200 South and 5700 South. Bases are being...


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VIDEO: Utah lawmaker emphasizes church, liberty in medical pot

SALT LAKE CITY — After a failed first attempt to pass a medical marijuana law in conservative Utah, a Republican state senator is renewing his push for the...


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What will Layton be in 2050?

LAYTON —  Shaping how Layton City will look in 2050 is a “once-in-a-generation opportunity” city planners are offering the public. Two...




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Students scrutinize options for 40th Street Corridor

SOUTH OGDEN — On Tuesday, a group of college students gave the South Ogden City Council a glimpse of what 40th Street could look like with a dedicated transit...


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Ogden City reclaims management of the Marshall White Center

OGDEN — As of July 1, Ogden city will once again take over management of the Marshall White Center. The community recreation hub at 222 28th Street first...


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New sidewalk requirements for developers in Layton

LAYTON – A growing number of homeowners are complaining their new neighborhoods lack a key element – sidewalks. Developers in Layton have long had the...


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North Ogden city council reconsiders chickens

NORTH OGDEN – The city council is re-thinking its chicken ordinance -- again. In 2009 the council created an ordinance allowing chickens in most zones of the...


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Water experts take jabs at each other over Summit's Hidden Lake

EDEN — Final concerns regarding Summit’s Hidden Lake Well pump test recently flooded the state Division of Water Rights office in time for last...


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New Waterfall trail access warning irks hikers

OGDEN — Around noon Friday, a sign appeared at the 29th Street trailhead informing people to bring ID and acquire wristbands if they intend to hike the...