Sergio Martínez-Beltrán

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Bonneville High graduates all wear blue gowns as a ‘sign of unity’

WASHINGTON TERRACE — Until this year, Bonneville High School’s graduation gowns came in two colors — mustard-yellow for the girls and royal blue for the boys.


Apple for the Teacher winner: Travis Mumford of Box Elder High School

Math is hard, and Travis Mumford knows it.


Weber High cancels classes Thursday due to lack of water

PLEASANT VIEW — Weber High School canceled classes Thursday, May 17, due to a water main break at 800 West.


'I’ll be their hero': Weber school resource officers reflect on their role

Jared Ortgiesen says he will do anything for his students.


Deteriorated Polk Elementary below seismic standards, may be rebuilt

OGDEN — Two engineering firms hired by Ogden School District to survey the Polk Elementary School building reached the same conclusion earlier this month: There are significant deficiencies with the structure, and in the long-run, renovating it would cost virtually the same as rebuilding it.


Northern Utah students join others at special 'Hamilton' show in Salt Lake City

SALT LAKE CITY — Most teenagers are not going to read a 732-page biography of the United States’ first treasury secretary on top of doing their required school assignments. However, if the subject is Alexander Hamilton, things could change. 


Ogden School District looking at advisory council, survey for November bond

OGDEN — The Ogden School District plans to create an advisory council that will help the district and the school board draft a bond proposal for the November election.


Northern Utah students to break world record for largest mindfulness lesson

HARRISVILLE — GreenWood Charter School students want to break a Guinness World Record and they are asking the community for help.


Ogden School Board District 2 race focuses on building upgrades, bond proposal

OGDEN — If elected again in November, a current Ogden School District Board of Education member said he will “follow through” with getting a bond that will upgrade schools in the school district.


Q&A: Charles Wight reflects on tenure at Weber State, future

Weber State University president Charles Wight says he’s satisfied with what he’s accomplished at the university over the last five years.

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