Whites view the term 'African-American' more favorably than

ATLANTA — Despite the fact that the word “Negro” has been widely considered offensive for decades, the term remained in our country’s...


Utah Latinos celebrate immigration reform

OGDEN — While Republican members of Utah’s congressional delegation have unanimously panned President Barack Obama’s plan to...


Residents oppose Alzheimer's home in Layton neighborhood

LAYTON — Expansion of a residential home offering services to people suffering from Alzheimer’s disease moved one step closer to reality Thursday,...


Mudslide mitigation costs concern No. Salt Lake officials

NORTH SALT LAKE — City officials are expected to outline a mitigation plan dealing with an August mudslide that crushed one home and forced evacuation of...


North Ogden mayor now city manager too

NORTH OGDEN — Mayor Brent Taylor is now wearing two official hats after the city council unanimously voted to give him an additional $60,000 per year...


How do you envision northern Utah in 2050?

FARMINGTON — To get a better idea of what Utah should look like in 2050, Envision Utah has set a goal of receiving input from “50,000 voices” from...


Sunset fire chief suspended; firefighters back chief

SUNSET — After a two-hour closed executive session Tuesday night, the Sunset City Council suspended Fire Chief Breen Lowman for one week without pay due to...


Ogden gets UDOT nod toward bicycle master plan

OGDEN — City officials want cycling in Ogden to be more safe, convenient and viable as a transportation option and they’re working on a plan they...


Farmington plots next moves with recreation funds

FARMINGTON — City officials are moving full speed ahead with plans to build a new gymnasium and park, even as they put the final touches on close...


Weber vote canvass shows 39 percent turnout, total GOP

OGDEN — While the final canvass of the 2014 general election’s vote count in Weber County showed no change in any races, the end results lay out details...

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