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Clearfield leaders looking to pay for talent

CLEARFIELD — City officials here are looking for area talent to compete in this year’s “We’ve Got Talent Show” set for the Fourth of July holiday.


Local

Proposed tip rate increase for commercial garbage haulers.

LAYTON — A long overdue adjustment by the Wasatch Integrated Waste Management District is in the works to increase the garbage tipping fee for commercial haulers, those who drive over the scales, from $26 to $30 per ton.


Sports

Weber County golf course to host Utah Open Disc Golf Tournament

MARRIOTT-SLATERVILLE — The first Utah Open Disc Golf Tournament is expected to draw a number of professionals known for the game.


Police

Agencies play out two-day mock terror attack of FrontRunner

FARMINGTON — A mock disaster of terrorists bombing a FrontRunner train on Sunday, had numerous area agencies, as well as the FBI on Monday, responding to the “aftermath” of the incident in a full-scale exercise.


Government

Woods Cross I-15 ramps and Morgan road reopen

OGDEN — A new and improved Interstate 15 southbound off-ramp has opened in the Woods Cross/Bountiful area.


Government

Activist presses Davis on water supply's fluoride levels

FARMINGTON — The optimal recommended fluoride level in drinking water to prevent tooth decay is at 0.7 milligrams of fluoride per liter of water, according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. A Waterwatch of Utah official recommended on Tuesday that the Davis County Commission have the Davis Board of Health adopt that standard.


Police & Fire

Woods Cross terrorism drill set for Sunday, Monday

WOODS CROSS — A mock two-day terrorism attack involving a bombing aboard a Utah Transit Authority FrontRunner train will be held both Sunday and Monday morning beginning at 9 a.m.


Business

Where are you? Envision Utah asks Weber County

SALT LAKE CITY — Envision Utah officials are wondering where Weber County residents stand when it comes to offering input into what their communities will look like in 2050.


Business

Layton residents want say in future

LAYTON — About 60 Layton residents participated in a two-hour workshop Wednesday as part of the planning that is going into the city’s Envision Layton 2050 plan.


Military

Ogden hobbyist snaps up military trucks

SOUTH OGDEN — Ogden pharmacist Alfred Barrack loves flexing some U.S. military might.


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