OGDEN — Tucked away behind a yellow Ogden home, just west of Washington Boulevard on 35th Street, there’s a small garage. Inside is Los Gallitos Boxing Club, a small gym.
KAYSVILLE — What sparked Kaysville Mayor Steve Hiatt’s interest in public office was on the city’s website. In 2007, while he paid his utility bill online, he noticed a post soliciting applications for a midterm appointment to the city council.
FARMINGTON — Randy Elliott says he’s a fourth-generation “farm boy” from Farmington. On his mother’s side, he’s a descendant of Anson Call, the pioneer Mormon who settled in Bountiful, serving as its bishop in 1850.
FARMINGTON — Davis County Republicans have two local primary elections: Utah House District 20 and a Davis County Commission seat. The former matches incumbent Rep. Becky Edwards against challenger Glen G. Jenkins. In the commission race, Kaysville Mayor Steve Hiatt is matched with Farmington businessman Randy Elliott.
Editor’s note: This series examines the impact of pornography on Utah's communities. The passage of Resolution 9, which declares pornography consumption in Utah a public health crisis, caught national attention earlier this year and sparked debate about whether it was a repressive move or a step in the right direction to combat harmful exposure of sexual content to children.
SALT LAKE CITY — Ogden’s Jon Neal maintained his undefeated record Saturday night at The Complex in Salt Lake City, successfully defending his 155-pound SteelFist Promotions professional belt with a second round stoppage of challenger Jordan Clements.
BOISE, Idaho — Davis County professional mixed martial artist Sean Powers stepped up in weight Friday night at the CenturyLink Arena, and it didn’t come with a win.
SUNSET — Professional mixed martial artist Sean Powers (9-5) has enjoyed success in the cage, winning a Bellator-promoted match, losing another to highly ranked Bubba Jenkins and earning a couple of regional titles.
MARRIOTT-SLATERVILLE — After almost 20 years in Sunset, Sierra RV has made the move to Weber County.
KAYSVILLE — Shayne Scott, Kaysville’s selection to replace retiring John Thacker as city manager, will be introduced to residents Thursday night at the city council meeting.