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Democratic nominee Mike Weinholtz says wife under investigation for marijuana

Medical Marijuana Doctors

Democratic nominee Mike Weinholtz told the state party convention that his wife, Donna, has...

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Ogden city takes first steps toward revitalizing blighted area through URA

The Ogden’s Community and Economic Development staff proposed creating a survey area and authorizing a blight study on a nine-block segment of the city, which could result in the creation of an Urban Renewal Area.


Throwback Thursday

Throwback Thursday: Police called after man butchers cow in his driveway

Our recent series on food safety reminded us of an incident a few years ago that raised eyebrows. A man supposedly shot and butchered a cow in his driveway, right in the middle of Ogden City.


News

5 stories for Thursday: New juvenile detention center; Davis' pirate-themed

Happy Thursday! Here are the top stories to know for the day.  


Government

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...


Police & Fire

Months after discovery of Joshua Easley's body on Ben Lomond, trail goes cold

Though Joshua Easley’s body was found on Ben Lomond Peak more than a year after he went missing, police and investigators were unable to determine a cause of death, leaving the case at a standstill. 


Police & Fire

Layton police seek info on politically fueled neighborhood graffiti suspect

Police are offering a reward for info on a tagger they say vandalized a Layton neighborhood with graffiti messages about Donald Trump.


News

UDOT holding open house on Ogden Canyon study

The meeting is at 5 p.m. Thursday, April 28, at the ATK Conference Center at 890 Ogden Canyon Highway.   


News

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....


Education

Harrisville junior high principal honored with Huntsman award for excellence

Orion Junior High Principal Nick Harris received the Huntsman Award for Excellence in Education, and a $10,000 prize, for pushing students to be great


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Goose and her goslings rescued from roof of Salt Lake charter school

Utah wildlife officials have some company at their office in Springville after relocating a family of geese, including goslings, that had been trapped on the roof of a charter school.


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