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Pleasant View selects new councilman on 3-2 vote

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PLEASANT VIEW — A new councilman, Tony Pitman, has been selected by the city council in a tie-breaking vote by Mayor Toby Mileski. The mayor said he appreciated all three...

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Davis golf course secondary water well repair OKed

KAYSVILLE — It is likely the first of many cries for more water to come this summer. On Tuesday, the Davis County Commission approved a $15,334...


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Seat belts, helmets and cell phones scrutinized in new traffic

SALT LAKE CITY -- Key findings in a new report released Tuesday by the Utah Foundation include Utah’s need for a universal motorcycle helmet law and increased...


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Some vets say renaming portion of I-15 not such a big deal

OGDEN — While one group of veterans rallied against a bill that will rename a portion of Interstate 15 after late Utah House Speaker Becky Lockhart, some...


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Water users at odds over Powder Mountain pump test data

EDEN — Stakeholders recently weighed in on results from December’s pump test of the Hidden Lake Well at the top of Powder Mountain, arriving at...


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Dogs now allowed in select Layton parks

LAYTON – Two neighborhood parks will soon welcome leashed dogs to roam, at on a trial basis. Beginning April 1, dogs will be allowed on a leash at Sand Ridge...




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Two road improvement projects will soon fill gaps in Skyline

OGDEN — By fall 2016, there could be an alternate route connecting Weber State University to points south via U.S. Route 89. Commuters currently clog 89 to...


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Roy may get initiative vote on residential chickens

ROY – Voters may decide if they want chickens in their town come this November. A concerned group of residents presented a petition with 1,628 signatures to...


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Galena Sundial honors Native American heritage

DRAPER — The Utah Transit Authority, American Indian tribal leaders, Gov. Gary Herbert and top state government officials gathered Friday to dedicate the...


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Hundreds rally against Indiana law, say it's discriminatory

INDIANAPOLIS — Hundreds of people gathered outside of the Indiana Statehouse on Saturday, some carrying “no hate in our state” signs, to rally...


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Pleasant View selects new councilman on 3-2 vote

PLEASANT VIEW — A new councilman, Tony Pitman, has been selected by the city council in a tie-breaking vote by Mayor Toby Mileski. The mayor said he...


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Davis golf course secondary water well repair OKed

KAYSVILLE — It is likely the first of many cries for more water to come this summer. On Tuesday, the Davis County Commission approved a $15,334...


Dogs now allowed in select Layton parks

LAYTON – Two neighborhood parks will soon welcome leashed dogs to roam, at on a trial basis. Beginning April 1, dogs will be allowed on a leash at Sand Ridge...