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When the Ogden Farmers Market expands by 5 weeks, everybody wins

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Eating food grown along the Wasatch Front is good for you. But it’s also good for the local economy.

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Adams needs to resign before he does more damage to Kaysville

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Dave Adams, a Kaysville city councilman, already violated the public’s trust. But after a council meeting last week, he finally went too far.

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Join the conversation about race in Northern Utah

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The conversation on race in Northern Utah isn’t over. It’s just beginning.

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You've got a say about what happens to your taxes in Weber County

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Ogden, Weber County and the Weber School District all want to raise taxes. You’ve got a say in whether or not they do.

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Who deserves praise and criticism this week in Northern Utah?

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The Harrisville Youth City Council kept the town’s annual parade alive. But Kaysville didn’t fare well in a recent audit.


A kid can't learn without basic school supplies. There's still time to help

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Help children show up for school ready to learn. Donate school supplies to CCS and the United Way.

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A night for Ogden, the Raptors and Lindquist Field to remember

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Some day, when he’s roaming the outfield for the Los Angeles Dodgers, we’ll recall the time DJ Peters slugged a homer in the All-Star Game at Lindquist Field. And we’ll remember what a great night that was.

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A city councilman's joke falls flat in Centerville


A Centerville city councilman joked that drivers should run bicyclists off the road. What was he thinking?

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Dianna Maestas' son was stabbed 30 times, but no one at the Utah DOC told her


Even though inmates stabbed her son 30 times, no one from the Utah DOC called Dianna Maestas. She deserved to know.

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This is the kind of weather that kills small children left in cars


Heat kills the vulnerable. And no one is more vulnerable to heat than a small child left in a car or truck.

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