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