Ogden's Talisman Brewing Company quickly growing as one-year anniversary nears

Secondary BS 022117 Talisman 03-2

Just under one year into business, Talisman Brewing Company says the beer is flowing and demand is growing.


Get a taste of Mardi Gras with these New Orleans-style recipes


Join in the spirit of Mardi Gras with these recipes for dirty rice, jambalaya, gumbo and more.

Weber State

Kyndahl Hill led by example for Weber State, hopes for overseas career

MH 093016 WSU Media Day 31-30

Kyndahl Hill isn’t much for words, but that doesn’t make the soft-spoken Weber State senior forward any less of a leader. This story is the first of three profiles on Weber State men’s basketball seniors.


Black History Month Q&A sessions conclude with Ogden NAACP president

BZ 021617 Stanley Ellington Black History Month 02

The Rev. Stanley Ellington sees the day when we overcome racial tensions through love, forgiveness, long-suffering and kindness.

High School

Layton Christian defeats region rival Waterford for 2-A boys hoops title

Layton Christian boys basketball title celebration

Layton Christian Academy captured the 2-A boys basketball championship Saturday at Sevier Valley Center with a 59-41 rout of Waterford.


Northern Utah expecting up to 4 inches of snow, could affect Monday commutes

BZ Best Photos January 06-5

Drivers should plan ahead and leave early Monday. Northern Utah is expected to get up to 4 inches of snow Monday, Feb. 27, which officials say will likely affect the morning commute.


Garland residents contend with damaged basements, lost mementos due to flooding

Trevor and Toni Scott Garland flooding

Officials in the Box Elder County community said efforts to remove the excess snowmelt are paying off, but that doesn’t mean the flooding is over.


Miss Amazing title inspires Bountiful woman's self-confidence

JF 022217 MIss Amazing, Michaela Tucker 1

LDS service missionary Michaela Tucker will be handing over her title to another woman March 11 at Viewmont High School. Since winning her title a year ago, Tucker has gone on to a service mission at the Bishop’s Storehouse for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.


Renovation of once-crumbling downtown Ogden building to begin in spring

BZ Wall Ave Building Crumbling 02-1

At least on the surface, not much has changed with Ogden’s old Antique Emporium since a new ownership group bought the building last spring. But Ogden City says the owners have ensured them a transformation is about to begin.


Utah lawmakers OK resolution pushing for lawsuit on public lands

Public Lands Fight-1

Utah lawmakers backed a resolution on Friday urging the state to be prepared to sue the U.S. government if Washington leaders don’t start handing over federal land to the state.

Older ›