Cross Country

Morgan’s 'marathon maniac' pushes aside cancer, accomplishes big goals at 50

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Michelle Duran knew so little about training for a marathon eight years ago that she turned to Google for guidance. Now she could likely teach a course on the subject.


Northern Utah American Red Cross in need of monetary donations following recent disasters

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Northern Utah American Red Cross is asking for donations following recent disasters.


Ogden School District test scores show improvement but fall below state average

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The most recent SAGE, ACT and DIBELS scores are in at the Ogden School District.


Ogden immigrants worry after Trump axes DACA, say U.S., not Mexico, is home

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Clarissa and Gisela came to Utah when they were kids, brought from Mexico by their parents. DACA helped them forge a place here, now their future is uncertain, though they maintain hope. 


Women reminded of their infinite value at general LDS women's session

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Three women leaders and a member of the First Presidency all emphasized the meaning of LDS Scripture Doctrine and Covenants 18:10 as they spoke at the women’s session Saturday. 


170 Buddhist monks gathering in Ogden as new temple opens next month

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The opening ceremony for the Wat Chaimongkolvararam Thai Buddhist temple in Ogden will draw 170 monks from around the country — the largest gathering of monks in Utah in a lifetime, says temple president.


Housing project with hundreds of apartments, townhomes could come to N. Ogden

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A plan to build the highest-density housing project North Ogden has ever seen along Washington Boulevard is gaining momentum.


Anything but sheepish: Herding dogs train, flourish in Plain City

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All it takes are a few whistles and these expert sheep dogs in Plain City are ready to work.


West Bountiful teen helps cancer patients through through 4-H goat project

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One girl’s auctioning off two goats at the Davis County and Utah State fairs garnered much support from donors, allowing her to collect $3,200 for a family with a boy fighting cancer. The family shared those funds with other cancer patients through toys and gifts. 

Police & Fire

Stolen truck pushed down hill, lit on fire in Riverdale; investigation ongoing

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An off-duty police officer was driving by, noticed the flames and called 911, according to Lt. Casey Warren, public information officer for the Riverdale Police Department.

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