Healing journey leads to 'Spiritually Healed' conference at Weber State

Brenda Mower-Lindsay and late husband, Brett Mower

One woman’s losses and her journey to heal are the inspiration behind...


Night boaters rally opposition to proposed Pineview curfew

Noise, trash and other pressures have prompted the Weber County Sheriff’s Office to pursue a boat ban from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m.


Davis School District pays $10K for 'drunk goggles' injuries

Thirteen-year-old Kylie Nielsen’s left ankle was broken in multiple places during an alcohol impairment simulation exercise in a health class in 2014, the Kaysville teen’s parents, Andrew and Camille Nielsen, said in a $275,000 2nd District Court civil lawsuit filed March 31.


19-year-old Ogden woman crowned as Miss Rodeo Ogden

Savanna Steed, a 19-year-old Ogden resident, was crowned Miss Rodeo Ogden Sunday, May 1 at Timbermine Steakhouse after a daylong pageant. 


Mother's Day 2016: Brunch, restaurant specials in Ogden, Layton, northern Utah

Looking for Mother’s Day brunch specials in Ogden, Layton, Weber County, Davis County and northern Utah? Here’s a look at the spots to take mom on Sunday, May 8.


The TX. 10: Mythical Creatures We Wish Were Real

1. Unicorn 2. Mermaid 3. Dragon 4. Fairy 5. Wizard 6. Pegasus 7. Hobbit 8. Jackalope 9. Dwarf 10. Phoenix — Arianna Rackham, Northridge High


Can you spot ‘zany’ words, phrases Shakespeare invented?

This year marks the 452nd anniversary of the birth of William Shakespeare as well as the 400th anniversary of his death. Both of these monumental events occurred in April in the English village of Stratford-upon-Avon, where Shakespeare’s life came full circle before his death in 1616. In his...


Soft grunge singer inspires with music, messages


Do holidays steal thunder from birthdays?

Merry birthday! Celebrations may get changed up when birthdays fall on Christmas, Halloween and other holidays.


Online classes not as easy as they sound

I've never been one to shy away from a challenge. I'm currently in four AP classes and am taking tests for all of them. And yet, I almost didn’t graduate. Why? Two words: Online classes. It sounds easy. Delightful, even. Taking a class at home? For school credit? It's an introvert’s...


Garden offers students learning from ground up

WASHINGTON — On a recent warm, overcast morning, Ketcham Elementary School received a very dirty makeover. Volunteers, along with a few older students, filled a half-dozen fruit and vegetable beds with soil, hammered a birdhouse into shape and set a pair of young fruit trees in place....

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