Politics

Two Davis County Republicans vie with incumbent to lead state party

Utah Republican Party candidates

James Evan seeks a third term, challenged by Rob Anderson, now the Davis County GOP chairman, and...

Politics

Syracuse woman picked to head Davis County Republican Party

Teena Horlacher

Teena Horlacher, a backer of the caucus-convention system of picking political candidates, said the debate over the future of the system spurred her candidacy.


Politics

Two Davis County Republicans vie with incumbent to lead state party

Utah Republican Party candidates

James Evan seeks a third term, challenged by Rob Anderson, now the Davis County GOP chairman, and Phill Wright, vice chairman of the state party.


Politics

Davis County GOP Chairman Rob Anderson to seek state chairmanship

Rob Anderson

James Evans is the current state chair and he’ll be seeking his third term in the post.


Local

Indivisible Ogden, still seeking meeting, blasts Rep. Bishop as out of touch

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A GOP leader countered, saying such critics won’t “bully (lawmakers) into changing the way they’re going to govern.”


Politics

U.S. Rep. Bishop gets $110,000 in donations, $20,200 of it from Puerto Rico

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Thirteen Puerto Rico-based contributors gave him $20,200 and the National Cattleman’s Beef Association donated $10,000.


Local

Ogden school officials eye change to ease undocumented students' jitters

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But any policy shift may not go into effect until the 2017-2018 school year because officials have to research the legalities of the issue.


Politics

Utah U.S. House hopefuls, including Bishop, start jockeying for 2018 election

Congress Puerto Rico

Bishop, seeking his ninth term, announced plans to seek re-election last week to federal election authorities.


Politics

Ogden school reps may soon consider measure to ease undocumented kids' concerns

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The proposal calls on the Ogden School Board to restrict action by federal immigration authorities in local schools.


Government

Utah lawmaker vexed over use of WSU resources for 'partisan' purposes

WSU President's travel-ban statement scrutinized

Rep. Justin Fawson, R-North Ogden, said he supports academic freedom, but he questioned whether two Weber State University professors and WSU President Charles Wight breached policy regarding use of university email for partisan purposes. On Jan. 31, Wight sent out a mass email in...


Politics

Some in Fruit Heights say no to overpass as U.S. 89 upgrade debate simmers

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UDOT officials say they’ll investigate alternatives to the U.S. 89 overpass, but the Fruit Heights mayor still favors that proposal.


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