'Love, Kennedy' filming made actor a believer

WEST HAVEN — An actor involved in “Love, Kennedy,” a film based on the life of a West Haven 16-year-old who died from Juvenile Batten Disease, said he found the stories told in the film difficult to believe at first.


Davis County's Cherry Hill resort celebrates 50 years

KAYSVILLE — The story of Cherry Hill resort began with a coin toss.


Bob Hunter announces end of 17-year United Way career

OGDEN — After 17 years at the helm of United Way of Northern Utah, Bob Hunter will step down as president and CEO.


Pleasant View 8-year-old with spina bifida needs a new set of wheels

Pleasant View 8-year-old with spina bifida needs a new set of wheels


Kier Family Pantry upgrades again, now offers choice to clients

OGDEN — The Kier Family Pantry, a free food bank at the low-income Sean Herrick Apartments, just became a lot more convenient for those in need.


State-of-the-art LDS cannery dedicated in Harrisville

HARRISVILLE — The newest state-of-the-art cannery of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is set to begin feeding thousands locally and around the world.


'Love, Kennedy' movie about late West Haven teen comes to local theaters June 2

Editor’s note: A previous version of this story incorrectly stated where Kennedy Hansen lived. She was from West Haven. The Standard-Examiner regrets the error. 


Northern Utah Freemasons hope open houses changed attitudes about organization

OGDEN —  An organization that started for building structures and evolved into building men is celebrating 300 years of success.


A Mother's Day poem comes to life 27 years later



Riverdale resident Jeff Smith shares his journey of atonement

RIVERDALE — Sharing his story of how a headache led to much heartache, and eventually to healing, is difficult for Jeff Smith, 52, of Riverdale.

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