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Mock slave trade moves Mount Ogden students

Mock slavery

Junior High Students Experience Slave Trade By RACHEL J. TROTTER Standard-Examiner correspondent OGDEN – Megan Brandley wanted her eighth-grade U.S. history students to have a firm grasp on

Government

Reed Richards encourages vote for RAMP tax

FARR WEST — Cities throughout Weber County have reaped the benefits of the Recreation Arts Museums and Parks funds over the past 10 years, according to


Local

Utah Pro Rodeo cowboy dies hours after his wife

WEST HAVEN — A northern Utah cowboy legend and his wife of more than 45 years died within hours of each other.  Jack Arnold Hannum, 70, of West


Business

Pack maker moves distribution HQ to Ogden

OGDEN — Osprey Packs, a manufacturer of high-performance outdoor and travel packs, said Monday it has chosen Ogden as the location for its U.S. distribution


Courts

Trespassing cows bring Garland rancher a $5,000 livestock fine

GARLAND — A fence dispute in Garland has resulted in a rancher being fined $5,000 and placed on probation by a Box Elder County justice court after he


Government

Children's photos at traditional marriage rally draw more

NORTH OGDEN — The three candidates vying for Utah’s House District 7 race run the gamut of opinion on same-sex marriage, and in particular, whether


Business

Alaska TV reporter quits on air to promote pot

ANCHORAGE, Alaska — A television reporter revealed during a live on-air segment that she owns a medical marijuana business and was quitting her job to


Military

3 Afghan soldiers missing from Cape Cod base

BOSTON — As police and U. S. military officials searched for three Afghanistan National Army officers who went missing during a training exercise at a Cape


Local

Davis County Scholarship Pageant receives donation

FARMINGTON — The Miss Davis County Scholarship Pageant received a $5,000 donation from the Davis County Commission. The Miss Davis County and Miss Davis


Government

Sunset can't afford school crossing guards

SUNSET — Sunset City officials said they could not afford to hire enough school crossing guards this year and are erecting extra warning signs instead.


Local

West Nile strikes horse in Box Elder County

SALT LAKE CITY — Tests confirm three cases of West Nile virus in Utah horses, the state Department of Agriculture and Food said Monday. Mosquitos


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