5 stories for Saturday: Bountiful community rallies for school; hoops in Ogden

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Catch up on the latest stories for Northern Utah for Saturday, Dec. 3, 2016.


Study on Weber Center parking structure recommends $10 million replacement

Weber Center's aging parking structure scrutinized

A study conducted last year on the 50-year-old parking structure attached to the downtown Weber Center recommended spending an estimated $10 million for demolition and replacement rather than shelling out $6 million in repairs.


Utah Winter Faire draws diverse, unique crowd to Farmington

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Renaissance fair at the Legacy Events Center runs through Sunday.


Eagle Scout crosses faith boundaries for project in South Ogden

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When Garrett Barton was ready to put together his Eagle Scout project, he knew he wanted to share his unique skill of building artistic water fountains. The LDS Eagle Scout connected with Holy Family Catholic Church in South Ogden to complete his wish.

Weber State

Weber State loses 3rd straight, drops heartbreaker to Denver in last seconds

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Head coach Randy Rahe wasn’t pleased with his team’s urgency in Weber State’s two-point loss to Denver on Saturday.

Weber State

Weber State basketball returns home for redemption against Denver

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It’s been three weeks since Weber State men’s basketball played in the friendly confines of the Dee Events Center. When the Wildcats return home Saturday, Dec. 3, they’ll face off against a team that handed them one of the toughest losses of last season. The Wildcats welcome...


Mueller Park overwhelmed by community support after gun was fired in school

Mueller Park heart attack shooting

On the day after a 15-year-old student allegedly fired a gun inside Mueller Park Junior High, students could have arrived to a grim atmosphere. Instead, they were greeted by an outpouring of community support.


Northern Utah Autism Program volunteer accused of stealing $5K in donations

Rebecca Irene Campos Northern Utah Autism Program

Rebecca Irene Campos, 31, is accused of stealing more than $5,000 in private donations from the Northern Utah Autism Program while she was serving as its parent volunteer group’s president.


West Haven man accused of shooting another man in the abdomen


A 38-year-old West Haven man is accused of shooting 40-year-old man in the abdomen and was booked on one count of attempted aggravated murder, among other charges.

High School

BOYS BASKETBALL: Ogden improves to 3-0 with win over rival Ben Lomond; roundup

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Three games into the season, Ogden High boys basketball coach Shawn MacQueen can already see the way his team can expect to be played. So far, the Tigers have proven up to the challenge. Friday night, Ogden improved its record to 3-0 with a 68-47 victory over Ben Lomond in the annual Pepsi...

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