Recreation

Legacy Parkway Trail gets seal coat

FARMINGTON — It was the first time on the Legacy Parkway Trail for the Abel children of Fruit Heights. Brian, 13, and Christina, 8, had biked ahead of mom


Northbound I-15 closes Friday night for bridge work

RIVERDALE — A complete closure of northbound Interstate 15 in Riverdale to allow for bridge girders to be set in place is scheduled for Friday night through


Business

Farmington grants MMA group beer permit for next event

FARMINGTON — Like Hollywood character Rocky Balboa, SteelFist Fight Night MMA officials just kept getting up off the canvas after being knocked down, hoping


Police

Demolition drivers donate entire purse to derby victim's family

FARMINGTON — The Davis County Fair demolition derby prize money, all $17,000 of it, will be turned over to Danyel Ewing, the widow of derby worker Bren Ewing,


Local

Utah Medal of Honor recipient Bernard Fisher dies

CLEARFIELD — On the two occasions Richard Waite met retired Col. Bernard “Bernie” Fisher, he described his meetings with the humble U.S. Air Force


Government

Davis Conference Center inks long-term events

LAYTON — Three well known state organizations have committed to multi-year agreements to hold their annual conventions at the Davis Conference Center in


Recreation

Lagoon ride project enjoys height variance

FARMINGTON — The ride under construction at the Lagoon amusement park is so tall, 208 feet, that it required a variance from Farmington city officials. In


Government

Washington Boulevard road work rolls on

OGDEN — The rehabilitation of Washington Boulevard from 2nd Street to 22nd Street continues as crews work to upgrade the road surface. Crews are performing


Government

Kaysville council OKs 99.6 percent tax hike

KAYSVILLE — Public safety outweighed public outcry and the Kaysville City Council by a 4-to-1 vote approved Thursday night a $30 million fiscal year 2014-15


Government

UTA stays out of Morgan, for now

MORGAN — The Utah Transit Authority has decided to keep its bus service out of Morgan County, after residents at a public hearing spoke against the estimated


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