Weber Human Services to hold annual prevention summit Friday

OGDEN — Weber Human Services will host its 2nd Annual Winter Prevention Summit on Friday.


Hill F-16s headed to New Mexico soon, transfer will help curb pilot shortage

HILL AIR FORCE BASE — Hill Air Force Base’s 45 F-16s have found a temporary home and will be used sooner than anticipated to help curb an agency-wide shortage of fighter pilots.


Ogden vacation rental decision coming next week

OGDEN — The Ogden City Council will make a final decision on residential vacation rentals next week, hoping to strike a balance that accommodates growing and changing tourism needs while keeping traditional neighborhood expectations intact.


Ogden Airport advisory board member resigns, alleges mismanagement in letter

OGDEN — A member of Ogden City’s Airport Advisory Committee abruptly resigned last month, citing frustrations with how the facility is being managed.


Members of Utah delegation say Trump's past F-35 comments nothing to fret over

HILL AIR FORCE BASE — Since he began his campaign, President-elect Donald Trump’s few public words on the Department of Defense’s F-35 program haven’t been positive.


New Lockheed Martin facility at HAFB expected to bring up to 500 new jobs

HILL AIR FORCE BASE — Construction will soon begin on a new Lockheed Martin facility at Hill Air Force Base, an operation Utah’s governor says will create a major upsurge in the state’s aerospace industry.


Old North Ogden Smith's to come down Friday afternoon

NORTH OGDEN — The old Smith’s Food and Drug building in North Ogden will be demolished Friday.


Air Force: Grounded F-35s return to air, parts supplier responsible for problem

HILL AIR FORCE BASE — The Air Force says an unnamed parts supplier is responsible for the fuel tank problem that grounded 10 of Hill Air Force Base’s F-35s earlier this year.  


Veteran hopes to help others exposed to Agent Orange

SYRACUSE, Utah (AP) — Larry Kerr is an unassuming 69-year-old Syracuse resident who doesn’t particularly like attention, but he doesn’t mind if his story serves as a microcosm for what he calls the “thousands and thousands of people in the same boat as me.”


Transgender former Navy SEAL Kristin Beck speaks at Weber State University

OGDEN — Kristin Beck has always been a protector and a guardian, fiercely defending the people and ideals she believes in. 

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