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Northern Utah at 'high risk' for wildfire activity

OGDEN — The browning of tall grass, upper 90 degree temperatures in northern Utah and dry thunderstorms arriving locally by the middle of the week place us at high risk for wildfires.


Sports

Ogden MMA pro Martinson stopped at SteelFist SLC card

Ogden MMA pro Martinson stopped at SteelFist SLC card


Local

Thunderbirds make wishes come true for children in Hill Air Show preview

Thunderbirds make wishes come true for children in Hill Air Show preview


News

North Ogden traffic control boxes get a color makeover

NORTH OGDEN — The utility boxes in this city have traded a traditionally drab look for colorful photo wraps celebrating the natural beauty of the area. 


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Property taxes to dip slightly in Layton due to increased revenue

LAYTON — A rosier-than-anticipated revenue for the current fiscal year will allow Layton to slightly reduce property taxes beginning July 1.


Sports

Ogden's Martinson headlines MMA card in Salt Lake City

Ogden's Martinson headlines MMA card in Salt Lake City


Local

Mayor Caldwell declares 'Independents Week' in Ogden to help local businesses

Mayor Caldwell declares 'Independents Week' in Ogden to help local businesses


Government

Ogden landlord blames tenants for house mold, delivers eviction notice

OGDEN — An Ogden woman and her family received a three-day eviction notice Wednesday, and while she intends to vacate the home she believes is making them all sick, they have nowhere to go.


Health

After year of cancer, Kaysville woman getting better every day

OGDEN — At McKay-Dee Hospital, Denise Oyler, 46, of Kaysville, walks briskly toward the cancer center. Slim, with dark hair, the wife and mother of three, who works with SelectHealth as an account manager, looks very healthy. 


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North Ogden to 'transform commercial area' with city upgrades, new logo

NORTH OGDEN — This city’s Economic Development Committee received a first glimpse of North Ogden’s beautification program Thursday night outside the city’s offices.


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