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Ogden couple gets sailboat stuck in Great Salt Lake, forced to swim to safety

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After getting stuck in shallow water, the Ogden couple were forced to abandon their sailboat in the Great Salt Lake and swim for seven hours to reach safety on Antelope Island. They left a simple note that said “Swam to island.”


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Layton bakery owner, veteran recalled as kind father figure after sudden death

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Bourke Tarbet: A pillar of his community. A mainstay. A stalwart business and family man. The bakery poppa. Those are just a few phrases family, friends and acquaintances use to describe the Syracuse resident and longtime owner of the Layton Great Harvest Bread Company who died July 23,...


News

Bountiful garden owner remembered by friends, family as worker, provider

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The owner of Cheryl’s Gardens, Cheryl Engh was killed after being struck by a truck while crossing the street Monday, July 25.


News

5 stories for Friday: MacCool's leaves Ogden; Raptors start second half strong

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Happy Friday! Here are the top stories to know.  


Police & Fire

Utahns embrace aerial fireworks legalized 5 years ago

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In the first year aerial fireworks were legalized in Utah, sales jumped from $8 million to $12 million. Despite safety concerns, fire officials say there were only three significant fireworks-related blazes in July 2016.


High School

22 in 22: Fremont football working hard, looks to seniors for 2016 success

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High school football games may be played on Friday nights in the fall, but Fremont coach Kory Bosgieter believes they’re decided long before the season even starts. The Silver Wolves prepare for the 2016 high school football season and are our next 22 in 22 team preview.


News

5 stories for Thursday: Latest in fatal Roy crash case; 'Diesel Brothers' suit

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Here are the top news stories from Northern Utah for Thursday, July 28.


State

Mormon church pulls 15 missionaries out of Turkey

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The Mormon church has pulled its 15 missionaries out of Turkey, citing concern about unstable conditions there.


High School

22 in 22: Ben Lomond Scots hope to keep fighting forward

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The evidence is clear that the Ben Lomond High football program is on the rise under head coach Eric Alder.


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New Union Station exhibit examines the glory days of passenger train travel

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‘Riding in Style’ features the history of the porters, waiters, cooks and other railroad service workers who served in sleeper cars from the 1930s to the 1960s.


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