Local

Ogden east downtown revitalization plan open for review

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The city has plans to invest in and revitalize a 150-acre area spanning 23rd to 28th streets,...

Politics

Kaysville residents successfully push for vote on controversial rezone decision

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The land at the center of the controversy had been zoned residential, then a landscaping firm started using it for storage, generating the ire of nearby residents.


Local

Hill AFB crews, equipment near center of tense Korean Peninsula region

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Last week, six Air Force F-35As from Hill’s 34th and 466th fighter squadrons flew in a “side-by-side” training mission with a group of F-16s from Kunsan Air Base in the Republic of Korea, according to an Air Force press release.


Local

Tremonton cowboy consistently winning money at WNFR

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As a Tremonton cowboy Caleb Bennett consistently places at Wrangler National Finals Rodeo, he’s likely to move up in the ranks. He entered in sixth place. 


Government

Weber County Commissioner Kerry Gibson resigns, effective Jan. 12, 2018

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Weber County Commissioner Kerry Gibson announced Tuesday, Dec. 12, he is resigning from office.


Local

Latinos in Ogden: Life get better but not enough

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As Latinos slowly improve their lives in Ogden over the years, they still lag behind the overall population in terms of income, education and employment, data shows.


Local

Morgan cowgirl named third runner-up at Miss Rodeo America

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McKenna Hales, Miss Rodeo Utah 2017, has finished fourth in the Miss Rodeo America Pageant.


Local

Backyard chicken controversy continues as Ogden City Council vote approaches

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The topic of owning backyard chickens is not new to Ogden residents, but it is still generating plenty of debate.


Education

Weber County parents, school reps wrestle with racism in wake of viral video

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Members of a group aimed at fighting racism visited for a pair of discussions, invited by Weber County parents, nearly two months after a video went viral of five Weber High School students using a racial slur.


Business

Work hard, then work harder: Entrepreneur Latinos, immigrants in Ogden

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Figures show that the number of Latino-owned businesses in Utah, though a small percentage of the overall total, have grown dramatically since the late 1990s.


Government

FACT CHECK: Marijuana town hall at Bonneville High School

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Last week’s town hall meeting at Bonneville High School focused on the ills of marijuana, presenting data primarily from a law enforcement perspective. And some of the information shared seemed to merit closer scrutiny.


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