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Nightingale College workers and students help Head Start

OGDEN — Dedicated to elevating the lives of others, staff and faculty members at Nightingale College spent all day Thursday pulling carpet, painting...


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West Creekside Elementary School moves forward

KAYSVILLE — After a year of discussion, and a few weeks of lively debate between a Kaysville neighborhood and Davis School District officials, the...


Education

Homelessness, inclusivity among WSU award subjects

OGDEN — The 33rd annual Crystal Crest Awards handed out Saturday night honored outstanding Weber State University students, faculty and staff. "Crystal...


Military

Japan's views of WWII history rankles some US veterans

WASHINGTON — Lester Tenney endured three years as a Japanese prisoner during World War II, but he has made peace with his former enemy. Yet as Japanese Prime...


Business

How London man may have helped trigger the 'flash crash'

NEW YORK — He operated from a modest suburban London home he shared with his parents, far from the city’s glamorous financial center. He used off-the-...




Government

Roy beautification program under way

ROY – Beautification efforts are officially under way in Roy. New, decorative lights will line 1900 West between 5200 South and 5700 South. Bases are being...


Business

Noise-filled open offices can be counter-productive

Innovations in the world of office furniture design have tended to serve one of two purposes. Some are intended to help the corporations who pay for them: Open-plan...


Education

Utah college tuition up, up, up: Average student debt $22K

High school seniors will soon be walking across the stage to receive their diplomas, which means many of them will soon be signing up for college classes...


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Safe Kids Day targets adults as much as kids

OGDEN — Parents were learning as much as their children about living safe and healthy lifestyles, at the Weber-Morgan Safe Kids Day at Newgate Mall...


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Inmate volunteer caught making booze at food pantry

OGDEN — Homayoun Monshizadeh received a letter on April 7 telling him that his service as a volunteer for Ogden-Weber Community Action Partnership had...


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