Donated blankets warm souls as well as bodies in Layton

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South Weber’s Kim Conger donates fleece to Layton Fire Department.


5 stories for Saturday: Tornado and storm aftermath; Prep football roundup

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Catch up on the top news stories in Northern Utah for Saturday, Sept. 24, 2016.


Ogden City embraces new logo and branding strategy

City Council OKs Ogden's new brand strategy

On its face, Ogden’s new logo and tagline — Ogden Utah Still Untamed — evoke a sense of independence and adventure. But when combined with photos of the city’s natural surroundings and vibrant downtown, along with stories of the people who call Ogden home, the...


Syracuse community turns out to celebrate Paralympics champion Woodhall

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It’s not often a teen’s hometown dedicates two entire days to him. But then again, it’s not every day a high school senior with a double amputation scores two medals at the 2016 Paralympic Games. Syracuse first honored track star Hunter Woodhall on Sept. 15, which the city...


LDS General Conference, Oct. 2016: How to watch online, attend sessions,

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The 186th Semiannual General Conference of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is almost near. Over two weekends, church leaders will give conference addresses, sing hymns and deliver updates on church growth. Here’s how you can watch and information about parking.

High School

Roy High's Eric Jones continues building reputation as elite coordinator

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Roy High defensive coordinator Eric Jones faced a unique challenge last week as he prepared his defense against a Fremont offense that averaged 43.5 points per game in four wins. “In football, there’s not much you can do to take away more than one offensive threat, but you can...


New Bridge Elementary enrollment climbs as school year starts with author visit

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New Bridge Elementary welcomed author J Scott Savage at the new school’s very first assembly. Principal Vincent Ardizzone said students have continued to enroll after the start of the school year in late August and a new teacher has been hired.


Debtors fighting back in creditor-friendly Utah


A Clearfield couple’s suit against a debt collection company invokes the federal Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, which prohibits abusive, misleading or deceptive tactics.


Washington Terrace families pull together after tornado destroys homes

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Volunteers have come out to help clean up in the aftermath of a tornado that struck Washington Terrace Thursday afternoon. The homes of Karen Padilla’s family and the Sewell family were both damaged extensively by the tornado.


The latest: 50 families displaced by storm; power outage updates

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Get updates here on the storm cleanup, power outages and information on where to take green waste. 

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