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Emotional speakers highlight Memorial Day service

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KAYSVILLE — Jill Shepherd’s service to her country can be told through the lines and scuffs on two pairs of combat boots. A black pair marking her time in training and a brown pair...

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14-foot-long shark created from recycled SE newspapers

MOUNTAIN GREEN — When Suzie Jones called Lynn Peterson to make her son Andrew a shark for his birthday, she didn’t expect a 14-foot long great...


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Clean-up experts offer advice on home flooding

Weber County and other areas of Utah continue to receive higher than usual rainfall, in some cases leading to flooded basements and clean-up bills. Representatives...


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Retired airman fabricates truck for veterans

ROY – Jason Velez knows the stark reality of returning to life away from a combat zone. In order to heal after his two tours of duty in Iraq, Velez began...


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Daily News Update for Tuesday, May 26, 2015

Here is your Daily News Update for Tuesday, May 26, 2015 with Joan Dunn.


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Monday Memories: Early Ogden businesses

From its founding, Ogden was known as a city of transportation.  Ogden city was established Feb. 6, 1851.  Due to Ogden being such a crossroads location,...




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Emotional speakers highlight Memorial Day service

KAYSVILLE — Jill Shepherd’s service to her country can be told through the lines and scuffs on two pairs of combat boots. A black pair marking her...


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Cottonwoods dotting Zion National Park dying out

ZION NATIONAL PARK — Cottonwood trees dotting the red rock landscape of southern Utah’s Zion National Park could die out in 30 to 50 years, according to...


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Summit's first phase of property owners exude talent, vision and

EDEN — For Rameet Chawla, the decision to buy into Summit’s first phase of development on Powder Mountain was motivated more by synergy than real estate....


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Daily News Update for Monday, May 25, 2015

Here is your Daily News Update for Monday, May 25, 2015 with Joan Dunn. 


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Inmates excited about law that could reduce time behind bars

Recently I’ve been hearing quite the buzz within these walls. I’m talking about the excitement created by House Bill 348, not the hum of my buddy...


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14-foot-long shark created from recycled SE newspapers

MOUNTAIN GREEN — When Suzie Jones called Lynn Peterson to make her son Andrew a shark for his birthday, she didn’t expect a 14-foot long great...


Summit's first phase of property owners exude talent, vision and

EDEN — For Rameet Chawla, the decision to buy into Summit’s first phase of development on Powder Mountain was motivated more by synergy than real estate....