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Ogden MMA fighter Joe Rodriguez to compete in pro kickboxing match

DENVER — Ogden’s Joe Rodriguez, a professional fighter who trains at One Hit MMA gym in Layton, will fight Danny Mitchell Friday night in a three-round kickboxing bout.


Despite arrest of owner’s brother, aquarium in Layton mall to open in November

LAYTON — Despite the arrest of one owner’s brother, the SeaQuest Interactive Aquarium planned for the Layton Hills Mall will open in November, the mall’s general manager and Layton City officials say.


Soccer, grappling among new contracts with Legacy Events Center

FARMINGTON — Davis County commissioners approved several contracts for the Legacy Events Center during their Tuesday morning commission meeting.


Layton WinCo likely to open early next year

LAYTON — A new WinCo Foods is getting closer to opening in one Davis County city, perhaps as early as February 2017.


Weber State instructor Brad Roghaar named Ogden's first poet laureate

OGDEN — Weber State University instructor Brad Roghaar has been selected as Ogden’s first poet laureate. He will assume his duties on Nov. 17.


Weiler meets Hartwick in Utah Senate District 23 election

BOUNTIFUL — Last legislative session, Sen. Todd Weiler, R-Woods Cross, garnered national attention with his successful effort to have pornography deemed a public health hazard in Utah. 


Paul Ray, Bob Buckles meet in Davis-centric House District 13 rematch

CLINTON — Two years ago, Democrat Bob Buckles challenged Republican Rep. Paul Ray for his Utah House District 13 seat. 


Independent presidential candidate Evan McMullin hosting event in Syracuse

SYRACUSE — Independent presidential candidate Evan McMullin will be in Syracuse tonight hosting a town hall meeting with voters.


On Saturday, public can sign final steel beam at Layton hospital

LAYTON — The public is invited Saturday morning to sign the last piece of steel beam used for the structure of the Intermountain Layton Hospital. 


Bountiful reaches deal on cemetery extension

BOUNTIFUL — One month after initiating eminent domain to acquire extra land for the city’s cemetery, Bountiful City Council members are set to approve a deal with developer Mark Green to acquire the land without any litigation.

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