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Ogden details ski bus service contract

OGDEN — Ogden City and Weber County will pay nearly $230,000 to shuttle Top of Utah skiers to the region’s premier ski resorts. The city council...


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Top 20 ideas to replace South Weber gravel pits

South Weber asked residents earlier this year what the gravel pits should be developed into in the future if it doesn't become a lake. Out of 60 respondents who...


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Audit paints positive picture of Farmington finances

FARMINGTON — The city is in a robust economic growth pattern, thanks mostly to the development of Station Park, an audit of city finances for the 2013-14...


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South Davis cities oppose prison site near airport

NORTH SALT LAKE – North Salt Lake leaders have added their voices in opposition to a proposed prison site north of Salt Lake International Airport, saying any...


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City, county put together $1.1M to woo Cabela's

FARMINGTON — Attracting a 72,000-square-foot Cabela’s retail store to west Farmington is going to take a joint effort and collectively $1.1 million in...




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Davis County could get its first disc golf course

WOODS CROSS – City leaders are entertaining the idea of allowing a local park to be the site of the first disc golf course in Davis County. A group of three...


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E-cigarette industry fights proposed Utah tax

SALT LAKE CITY — E-cigarette industry spokesmen are attacking Gov. Gary Herbert’s proposed $10 million tax on the vapor products. The Utah Smoke...


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WSU debate team to report findings on predatory towing

OGDEN — Ogden City will pass legislation in 2015 to combat what they call “non-consensual” towing and they’ve recruited Weber State...


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Pleasant View rejects 240-hour carry-over for employee vacations

PLEASANT VIEW -- The city council has rejected a proposal to allow city employees to carry over up to 240 hours of vacation from one year to the next. The council...


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North Ogden gets $2.2M road grant, frets about match

NORTH OGDEN — The city received $2.24 million for expansion of two major roads, but now it has to decide if it wants to put up the required matching...


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