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Former Sunset Mayor wants to be a councilman

SUNSET — It has been less than two years since Chad Bangerter served as mayor of Sunset, a position he opted not to seek re-election for after serving...


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VIDEO: Michelle Obama Packs a Punch in New Video

First Lady Michelle Obama tweeted a video of herself working out on Tuesday to help promote her #GimmeFive fitness campaign. In the thirty second clip, Obama jumps...


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Utah lawmaker working on police body camera rules

SALT LAKE CITY — Utah needs to set standards so police know when to turn on body cameras, who they should film and how long they should keep video, a state...


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Have a Heart Foundation moves forward on next house

LAYTON – A family with special needs will soon receive a home after several organizations came together to build a home at reduced cost. The Have a Heart...


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Sheriff: Obama's ban on military equipment to law enforcement

FARMINGTON --- President Barack Obama’s latest move to prohibit the federal government from providing some military-style equipment to local law enforcement...




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Syracuse OKs tentative city budget, up $900K

SYRACUSE — The Syracuse City Council has adopted its tentative budget for 2015-2016 and will consider the final budget and what to do with a surplus of...


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Syracuse juggles code amendments on pools and lots

SYRACUSE — The Syracuse City Council has tabled approval of amendments to its code governing accessory structures and inflatable swimming pools, pending...


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North Ogden changes usage rules for campaign signs

NORTH OGDEN – Residents won’t see campaign signs up for six months anymore in this city. The city council recently passed a new ordinance restricting...


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Syracuse wants help financing a regional sports park

SYRACUSE – The three Davis County Commissioners made a courtesy visit to the Syracuse City Council’s work meeting recently and the development and...


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Recreation programs come under scrutiny in North Ogden

NORTH OGDEN – The city council is taking a closer look at its recreation programs and wants to make some changes. Several of the city-sponsored recreation...


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