To burn or not to burn? North Ogden will explore controlled burn policy

NORTH OGDEN — Once or twice a year, a large plume of smoke billows up near the foothills of North Ogden.


Northern Utah coaching icon Neville Peterman dies at 73

ROY — By all accounts, Neville Peterman was a great track and field coach.


You can now own three dogs in Ogden, under certain circumstances

OGDEN — Ogden residents who fit the bill can now legally own three dogs.


Ogden giving residents time to complete landscaping after Harrison road project

OGDEN — After Ogden’s reconstruction of Harrison Boulevard, a long-time resident there says he’s concerned about the appearance of his neighborhood.


After 50 years, Ogden's 24th Street interchange project tentatively funded

OGDEN — Barring a major change, the 24th Street interchange project long endorsed by Ogden city will finally get money from the state.


$158 million I-15 project in Northern Utah moved up, thanks to $1B bonding bill

LAYTON — A large chunk of a $1 billion transportation infusion will speed up a massive overhaul of Interstate 15 in Northern Utah. 


Show of force? Hill F-35s fly to Europe in scheduled deployment

HILL AIR FORCE BASE — The Air Force’s combat jet of the future has flown across the pond for the first time.


Ogden city taking different approach on Oak Den neighborhood improvements

OGDEN — After last summer’s community uprising, Ogden city has decided to take a different approach to improve one of their oldest neighborhoods. 


Mayor says UTA board stonewalling attempts at reform, transit agency has different view

NORTH OGDEN — Brent Taylor says he joined the Utah Transit Authority board with reform in mind, but two months into his appointment he says he’s having a hard time getting any of his ideas heard.


Gate hours changing at Hill Air Force Base

HILL AIR FORCE BASE — A pair of changes are in store for Hill Air Force Base commuters.

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