Where to worship on Ash Wednesday in Ogden, Layton areas

Ash Wednesday signifies the beginning of Lent, which is observed in the 40 weekdays before Easter. 

Movies & TV

WATCH: 5 of the most hilarious Super Bowl 50 ads

Like the game itself, this year’s Super Bowl ads may not have lived up to the hype. Nevertheless, here are five of the most chuckle-worthy commercials: RELATED: SUPER BOWL 50: No masterpiece, but Manning rides off with a win Ultrasound - Doritos:  A funny take on the age-old dumb...


Legendary sax player Joe McQueen talks black history in Ogden

Part 2 of Black History Month series: At 96, McQueen still plays, and he’s gratified by change for the good in the Ogden community.


F-35 completes its first transatlantic flight

Another milestone achieved by the Lightning II.


5 stories for Monday: Military maternity leave; sports help for the disabled

There’s more to Monday than Super Bowl hangovers. Here are five stories to know: 1. Hill Air Force Base parents applaud extension of leave time for new moms, dads The Department of Defense says it will increase paid military maternity leave from six to 12 weeks, good news for personnel...


Air Force warns airmen against talking politics on social media

Penalties for violations range from a 30-day suspension with pay to dismissal from the service.


Inner-city STEM school taking shape in Ogden

New Bridge School is being built at 674 22nd St., and will replace the old Dee Elementary which opened in 1970 at 550 22nd St. New Bridge will be much larger than Dee, and will serve as a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) magnet school.


Senate leader: Utah medical pot plan may not be dead

SALT LAKE CITY — The president of the Utah state Senate says a bill allowing the medical use of edible pot products may not be dead on arrival just because the Mormon church opposes it. Sen. Wayne Niederhauser, R-Sandy, told reporters Monday that he has concerns about the plan but can’t...


The night Beyoncé won the Super Bowl

Watching the Super Bowl used to be an act of leisure, which made the halftime show a break from a break. Now it isn’t and it ain’t. America has invested so much of itself in this brutal sport, which destroys the bodies and minds of its players, and the damage has become impossible to...


12 people arrested while Bronco fans celebrate Super Bowl win in Denver streets

DENVER (AP) — Thousands of Broncos fans celebrated Denver’s Super Bowl victory over the Carolina Panthers in downtown streets, and police reported some arrests. Fans gathered after the game Sunday night in central Denver for impromptu partying. The crowd became unruly at times, but...

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