Catch and Release: Davis County finds solution to feral cat


FRUIT HEIGHTS — Many of the cages at the Davis County animal shelter that once held feral cats, now sit empty. The change is due to a 5-year pilot program Davis County Animal Care and


Neighborhood rallies around 4-year-old with cancer

LAYTON — It’s easy to think that bad things happen only to other people, but it became a little more real for Mindy Williams when the neighbor and


Weber High Class of 1959 reunion

PLEASANT VIEW — The Weber High School Class of 1959 is having a 55-year reunion on Sept. 6. A picnic is scheduled at 11 a.m. at the West Haven Park


Weber County fundraiser gives Cottages of Hope a big boost

NORTH OGDEN — While each of Weber’s three commissioners seldom swing golf clubs themselves, that lack of love for the game did not stop the trio


Ben Lomond Class of '59 to hold reunion

Ben Lomond Class of ‘59 to reunite OGDEN ­— The Ben Lomond High School Class of ‘59 will hold its 55-year reunion on Saturday, Sept. 20, at


VIDEO: Lightning over Ogden Utah

OGDEN — It will dry up a little before it gets wet and soggy again as another low pressure storm system moves into the Top of Utah this weekend. On


MLK speech to show all day at WSU

OGDEN — Martin Luther King Jr. gave his “I Have a Dream” speech on Aug. 28, 1963. Weber State University celebrates the anniversary of the event


Lightning photo gallery and weather forecast

OGDEN — It’s going to get wetter before it gets better. A hazardous weather outlook that may include more thunderstorms and localized flooding is in


Drownings spur families to install life jacket stations

WILLARD BAY — It’s part of their coping process. Two families installed two life jacket stations at Willard Bay’s north and south marinas Monday


Roy residents told to back off about chickens

ROY – Roy leaders told chicken proponents to back off until further notice about having the fowl in all zones in the city. For the past few weeks, a group of


Monday Memories - A stroll down 17th Street

Today in Monday Memories we take a drive down 17th Street in Ogden at some buildings still here and others that are just a memory. This collection contains images

‹ Newer
Older ›
Get the Standard-Examiner Advantage.

Popular Stories for Local

Protecting businesses or predatory towing?

OGDEN — When Brittney Scott and her grandmother scored free tickets to a recent Ogden Raptors baseball game, they looked forward to an inexpensive evening of...