Crafters Anonymous: Utah man transforms unwanted trees into art with chainsaw

When chainsaw artist Ted Kay sees a spare piece of wood or unwanted log, he doesn’t see firewood — he sees art. 


Wasatch Reptile Expo: What kind of scaly friends are OK to own

The Wasatch Reptile Expo is in town and if you’re looking to collect an exotic beast or want to find a fashionable snake to adorn your neck, you’re likely to find it there. The event is April 30 and May 1 the Utah State Fairpark, 155 N. 1000 West in Salt Lake City.


UDOT open house regarding possible Ogden Canyon trail stirs emotions

Discussions grew heated and emotional at times as scores of area residents and outdoor enthusiasts crowded into the Orbital ATK Conference Center Thursday in Ogden Canyon to hear recommendations regarding a potential trail along State Road 39 through the narrow canyon.


Ogden's plowed-up Liberty Park signals progress to new public gathering space

Passersby might be shocked at Liberty Park’s unkempt appearance. The plowed-up ground and absence of grass is part of ongoing Ogden City master-planned construction that will result in new amenities and a park that connects to the New Bridge technology-oriented elementary school slated to...


Grandparents of LDS missionaries targeted by trending scam

Consumer protection authorities are warning the public of the latest trending scam of  involving residents who received a call from somebody claiming to be a bail bondsman and that their grandchild -- and LDS Mormon missionary -- needed bail and court fees after they were arrested for DUI....


Facebook complaints don't count toward change

For all the argument and discussion on Facebook, it turns out very few people took further action on the North Ogden Divide signs.


Poor temperature control, personal hygiene turn up in Utah food inspections

Food retailers are assessed based on five risk factors: Food from unsafe sources, improper temperature control, Inadequate cooking, poor personal hygiene, and contaminated equipment or poor protection from contamination.


Ogden area teen girls invited to free 'Not for Sale' conference

Girls from throughout the area are invited to attend a free conference about how to keep their bodies clean and safe this weekend.


Pineview Reservoir curfew decision delayed as Weber commission seeks input

Anglers and boaters flocked to Weber County’s commission meeting Tuesday to sound off on a proposed watercraft curfew on Pineview Reservoir between 10 p.m. and 6 a.m. Commissioners opted to delay action and allow for further debate in the coming weeks. 


Missionary David Hampton remembered at funeral for faith, inspiring writings

At his funeral Tuesday, family joined church officials in telling how they felt prepared for the April 12 death of Elder David Smith Hampton. The 18-year-old missionary for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints died April 12 while serving in the Taiwan Taichung...

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