Bryon Saxton

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$25K donation for children's area of Kaysville library

KAYSVILLE — A $25,000 private donation has been made to the construction of the $4 million Kaysville library on behalf of late Davis County resident Barbara...


Government

Fierce Farmington winds spur door upgrade

FARMINGTON — The fierce Farmington winds that blow from east to west out of Farmington Canyon have claimed another victim. This time it’s Davis County...


Local

Noisy Idaho rooster makes it home for the holidays

HUNTSVILLE — It is quite the rooster tale, with a guy who goes by the name of Stu helping the delinquent bird move south. “The rooster has arrived,...


Business

Davis County officially closes visitors bureau

FARMINGTON — The book on what was the Davis Area Convention & Visitors Bureau has been officially closed. Tuesday the Davis County Commission approved a...


Government

Downs and Rawlings attend last County Commission meeting

FARMINGTON — Flowers and furrows. As a parting gift, Davis County Commissioner Louenda Downs received from commission staff a large bouquet of flowers in a...




Government

SURVEY: Limited communication at Davis County health agency

CLEARFIELD — A recent internal survey of 115 Davis County Health employees reveals a majority believe there is a lack of communication and transparency among...


Local

VIDEO: City recognizes ill journalist with special Christmas

LAYTON — Antone Clark’s first concern when the fire truck rolled to a stop outside his Layton home Monday night was for neighbors, fearing one of them...


Local

Powder Mountain road reopens

OGDEN — Avalanche control on Monday morning closed the stretch of SR-158 from the gate near Eden to the Powder Mountain ski resort. That route has since...


Local

Utah extension agent assists developing South Sudan

FARMINGTON — Justen Smith’s trips to east Africa this year are part of helping the world’s newest country, South Sudan, formed in 2011, gain...


Government

Utah wins highway safety funds through innovation

 Nearly $800,000 in federal transportation funds are making their way to Utah as part of an effort to make road construction work crews safer. Possible...

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