Weber County Republicans to pick delegates, key in selecting GOP candidates

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Some candidates get signatures on petitions to secure a place on the ballot, another route for GOPers seeking office.


Union Station redevelopment may require train tracks to be moved

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Ogden City will receive $25,000 for a study on the “Ogden Railyard Master Plan,” kicking off formal work on a long-discussed transformation of the historic train depot.


Weber County commission race draws 2 more, bringing number of hopefuls to 4

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Republicans James Cout, a land surveyor, and Nealy J.R. Adams, an investigation sergeant in the Weber County Sheriff’s Office, filed papers to run for the post.


Work set to begin for 21 homes on site of former Dee Elementary

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Though the school was razed more than a year ago, Ogden officials said their final goodbyes to the old Dee Elementary Friday — and they said hello to a new subdivision that will be built in its place.

Police & Fire

Attic fire displaces 2, causes $125K damage to Clinton home

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Firefighters had a tough time fully extinguishing a fire that started at a Clinton home Sunday afternoon.


Nearly 50-year-old Marshall White Center swimming pool closed indefinitely

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Popular neighborhood swimming pool is drained, closed indefinitely as Ogden city officials address large cracks in the concrete.


Davis schools end investigations of alleged racist attack; charges dropped

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Teague Casper is banned from attending his senior prom after fighting a white student who allegedly called Casper a “n-----” at a recent Layton High School dance. The incident was investigated by Davis School District, 


UDOT US 89 project set to start next spring, group plans to fight construction


The Utah Department of Transportation has finished a yearlong environmental study on a massive overhaul of U.S. 89 — an action that paves the way for construction to begin within the next year.


New Utah law likely to streamline study into Weber County government change

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Proponents wanting to investigate change to the three-commissioner form of government here are petitioning to put the matter on the election ballot.


Utah House race in eastern Weber County draws 3 more hopefuls

Froerer Ehlers-Rhorer Kyle

Republicans Jason Kyle and Deone Ehlers-Rhorer and Democrat Deana Froerer filed to run for the post, bringing the number of hopefuls for the seat to five.

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