Tracy Lynn Valdez used to hate running — now, she’s been dubbed the “half marathon queen” for running 17 of the races in 17 months. In a From the Community column, she shared the story of how she became addicted to the sport.
At this time of uncertainty in the national government, leaders of area faiths and non-profits hope to lead by example by holding a concert of prayer for Ogden. At their prayer event, they challenged others to pray for their community and said the only true peace comes from God.
Cereal box prizes, along with a patient mom and wise father, were key in teaching me and my siblings civility, D. Louise Brown writes in this week’s Homefront.
A chili fundraiser of the Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd will warm more than just the participants in the dinner. Funds raised from the event will go to fund the Shepherd’s Bowl Free Community Meal the church serves each Wednesday to the homeless and other area residents.
The sisters of the former St. Benedict’s Monastery returned to Ogden to award the last $1.353 million of their assets.
According to the 2014 report on off-road registrations by county, there are almost 184,000 vehicles registered in Utah. These include ATVs, UTVs, motorcycles and snowmobiles. An additional 12,169 units are registered for street-legal use.
Outdoor Retailer released a statement saying that the trade show is in the process of finding an “alternative location.”
Kenny and Jill Nielsen couldn’t be more in love, despite hardships that began when Kenny suffered a traumatic brain injury. Jill acts as Kenny’s caregiver, making sure he has what he needs; he is legally blind and cognitively disabled.
About 20 people stood in front of the Federal Building in Ogden on Tuesday, hoping to “make the moves” on 1st District Congressman Rob Bishop.
Even if you’re out of shape, overweight or have never run a day in your life, with some hard work, you have what it takes to run a race, From the Community contributor Christina Miller says.