Local

Bed races return to Hooper Tomato Days

HOOPER — By about the width of a bed spread The Moo Crew edged the Ritchie family for first place in what marked the return of the bed races at the Hooper


Recreation

Antelope Island's visitation numbers increase

ANTELOPE ISLAND — Antelope Island visitation is nipping at the heels of Dead Horse Point for the No. 1 visited state park in Utah, while its park revenues for


Police

Two arrested after intrusion and car chase at Hill AFB

HILL AIR FORCE BASE — Two of three gatecrashers at Hill Air Force Base were apprehended by a military security patrol early Monday following a short pursuit


Government

South Weber leaders want new city hall

SOUTH WEBER — Locking up land for the future construction of a new South Weber City Hall and bringing a major convenience store to the city are just a few of


Police

Higher rate of fatalities this year during Utah's '100 deadliest

OGDEN — Although Utah road fatalities are tapering off as school starts back up, the summer of 2014 marks one of the deadliest seasons, with 93 fatalities


Entertainment

Ogden distiller rubs elbows at Emmys

LOS ANGELES — Ogden businessman Steve Conlin on Monday night joined the upper 1 percent, and donned formalwear, in attending the 66th Annual Primetime Emmy


Business

Davis tourism effort shifts to regional focus

FARMINGTON — About 70 of Davis County’s biggest movers and shakers turned out Tuesday at an open house to hear a presentation on how the county will be


Local

Catch and Release: Davis County finds solution to feral cat

FRUIT HEIGHTS — Many of the cages at the Davis County animal shelter that once held feral cats, now sit empty. The change is due to a 5-year pilot program


Fire

Farmington wants $1.3M ladder truck

FARMINGTON — With more multistory development moving in, Farmington city leaders are looking through the budget to find money to buy a $1.3 million hook-and-


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


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