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Ogden not participating in Utah Rivers Council rain barrel program this year

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Instead of selling subsidized rain barrels as it did last year, Ogden will participate in Weber Basin Water’s smart irrigation controllers rebate program.


Education

Roy High senior graduates after six years living away from parents in Mexico

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“I’ve been a Royal all my life,” she said, having gone to Roy Elementary, Roy Junior High and Roy High School. 


News

5 stories for Tuesday: Memorial Day services; Siblings pitch life-saving drug

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Happy Tuesday! Here are the top stories to know for the day.  


Police & Fire

Woman killed, two injured in rollover crash on southbound I-15 near Sunset

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Utah Highway Patrol Sgt. Todd Royce said the three were ejected after their vehicle drifted and then over-corrected, causing it to roll multiple times.


Courts

Layton man sent to prison after $14M investment scam

Dwight Shane Baldwin

Dwight Shane Baldwin, 35, will serve four to 60 years at the Utah State Prison on four consecutive sentences of securities fraud. He also was sentenced to concurrent terms of 1 to 15 years each for theft and engaging in a pattern of criminal activities. He also was convicted of misdemeanor assault...


Courts

Domestic violence-related charges filed against Davis elementary principal

Donald Heywood Beatty

A woman told officers the man pushed and straddled her, and threatened to kill a family member she said she tried to call for help.


Police & Fire

Ogden police searching for missing LDS sister missionary

Heeji Nada Kang

Sister Heeji Nada Kang, a fulltime missionary serving in the Utah Ogden Mission, according to a news release from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Kang was last seen on foot, leaving her apartment in Ogden.  


Police & Fire

Crews rescue stranded hikers near North Fork campground in Weber County

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The hikers were rescued via medical helicopter around 8 a.m.


State

Sisters diagnosed weeks apart fight breast cancer together

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“Wow, talk about a huge blessing. Who gets to go through something so hard with their best friend, their sister?”


Weber State

In D-League, Weber State alum Davion Berry still has hopes to make NBA roster

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The former Big Sky MVP is feeling good about his chances. “Catching up with the ‘Cats” tracks Weber State basketball alumni to find out where they are and what they’re doing now. This edition features guard Davion Berry, who has been playing in the NBA D-League.


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