Faith

'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.


Entertainment

Davis County's Cherry Hill resort celebrates 50 years

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


Government

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.


Local

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


Community

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.


Faith

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.


Entertainment

'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. 


Faith

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.


Faith

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

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Faith

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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