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Temple crowds a challenge for Ogden locals

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OGDEN — Ogden’s population is expected to increase by three-quarters of a million people during the next month, and while those temporary residents will pack the city’s

Government

Temple crowds a challenge for Ogden locals

OGDEN — Ogden’s population is expected to increase by three-quarters of a million people during the next month, and while those temporary residents


Government

New Brigham councilman a UTOPIA veteran

BRIGHAM CITY — The newly appointed member of the city council is a former councilman from the days before UTOPIA was controversial. Alden Farr, a financial


State

Utah lobbyists now required to wear badges

SALT LAKE CITY — Starting Friday, a new law requires Utah lobbyists to wear name tags featuring the word “lobbyist” whenever they’re trying


Government

County group OKs energy efficiency benchmark

Even in red-state Utah, pragmatic conservatives have joined the drive to “go green,” banking on long-term operational savings from proactive investments


Government

Parking space nearly doubles for Davis County Fair

FARMINGTON — Bears, elephants, and additional parking, oh my. This year’s Davis County Fair in addition to offering the public a number of free animal


Recreation

Bishop proposes fee reform on public lands

WASHINGTON — Utah’s Rep. Rob Bishop introduced legislation this week to help national parks and other federal land agencies retain and better manage


Government

Ogden cracks down on roadside panhandling

OGDEN —  It is now strictly illegal to do business in the streets of Ogden. The Ogden City Council voted unanimously Tuesday on an ordinance that


Government

Smooth sailing for Poff on South Weber council

SOUTH WEBER — The 800-pound gorilla in the South Weber City Council chambers is either silent, shy or on a short chain, as felony charges against one of the


News

Utah Transit Authority weighs electric buses

SALT LAKE CITY — The Utah Transit Authority is moving ahead with a plan to bring more electric buses onto its fleet. Officials Monday took a look at various


Faith

More than 7,300 volunteers spruce up Ogden for temple open house

OGDEN - Ogden City and Visit Ogden are eager to welcome nearly 750,000 people to the area during The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Ogden Temple Open


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Temple crowds a challenge for Ogden locals

OGDEN — Ogden’s population is expected to increase by three-quarters of a million people during the next month, and while those temporary residents...


Bishop proposes fee reform on public lands

WASHINGTON — Utah’s Rep. Rob Bishop introduced legislation this week to help national parks and other federal land agencies retain and better manage...