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Ogden's Even Stevens close to being able to serve beer, canned wine

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Billed as “A Sandwich Shop with a Cause,” the Even Stevens in Ogden will soon join several of its other locations in being able to serve beer with its meals.


Transportation

Davis County U.S. 89 plans entail big changes at many intersections

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UDOT is seeking input on its proposed $275 million road improvement plan, which has generated opposition and concerns from some.


Local

WSU special collections hoping to paint intimate portrait of homelife during

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Stewart Library Special Collections at Weber State University is gathering WWII artifacts ahead of a major exhibit, set to be unveiled next year at the Union Station.


Local

Ogden Garden Tour on Saturday will feature Utah-friendly garden options

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Happening Saturday, the Ogden Garden tour will feature 11 low grass gardens to showcase gardening ideas that are desert friendly.


Police & Fire

Box Elder County fire near Promontory burns 7,000 acres, 30 percent contained

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A wildfire that started Tuesday afternoon in Box Elder County has now burned 7,000 acres of land and is 30 percent contained as of Thursday morning.


Police & Fire

Tremonton man accused of kidnapping, attempting to murder Ogden man

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A Tremonton man has been arrested on multiple charges stemming from a kidnapping and assault.


Police & Fire

Police identify 23-year-old man who drowned Tuesday night at Farmington Pond

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Police say it appears the extremely cold temperature of the water — as well as an inefficiency at swimming — played a role in the man’s drowning.


Local

Six weeks after crash with a dump truck, Fremont High teen comes home

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KayCee Hudman returned home last week, six weeks after she was hit by a dump truck and critically injured. 


Education

Study: Northern Utah schools disproportionately discipline students of color

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A study released in May by Voices for Utah Children found black, Hispanic and American Indian students have been disproportionately disciplined in schools throughout the state.


Rodeo

Weber State bareback rider takes 8th at national event, preps for big break

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A Weber State University student is taking a break from his schoolwork to pursue bareback horse riding professionally after earning an 8th place title at the College National Finals Rodeo in June.


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