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Weber County commissioners OK funding for 12 area road projects

OGDEN — On Tuesday, Weber County commissioners OK’d more than $18 million in local transportation funds for a dozen area road projects, giving an indication where orange cones — and subsequent upgrades — could crop up next.


Amid SB54 controversy, Utah election personnel gear up for 2016

OGDEN — Amid uncertainty regarding opposing interpretations of SB54 — the Count My Vote compromise that Utah lawmakers passed in 2014 — county and state election administrators gear up to handle whatever surprises come their way as they prepare staff and candidates for next year’s big ballot.


Ogden man claims city is stalling on lawsuit over water damages

OGDEN — An unfortunate incident during a water system upgrade caused one Ogden resident to sue Ogden City in hopes of recovering almost $4,000 in damages. But two years later, his case remains unresolved.


Approval of more library parking riles central Ogden residents

OGDEN — Residents living in east-central Ogden responded with outrage on Facebook after the Ogden City Council unanimously approved amending the community’s general plan to allow Weber County’s Main Library to expand its parking lot by 20 stalls.


Ogden woman blesses many with winter clothes drive

OGDEN — One Ogden woman uses social media to amplify simple acts of kindness.


Relatives of Wall Ave. crosswalk victim mark 2-year anniversary

OGDEN — Family members brought signed balloons and flowers Saturday to further adorn a pole near the crosswalk at 2650 Wall Ave. in memory of Tiffany Phipps, who lost her life two years ago as she crossed the busy five-lane street.


Syracuse, Farmington request recount after canvass flips results

Two Davis County cities saw city council upsets in Tuesday’s official vote canvass.


Weber County's 2016 budget indicates future hurdles

OGDEN — Back in the good old days, Weber County promised its employees 100 percent of their accumulated sick leave and five years of health insurance coverage when they retired.


Electric bus makes stop in Ogden as UTA seeks to purchase six

OGDEN — Utah Transit Authority representatives teamed with Canada-based New Flyer to showcase the company’s electric bus in Ogden Tuesday afternoon. Nov. 17.


Democrat Peter Clemens aims again to unseat GOPer Rob Bishop

NORTH OGDEN — Utah’s first congressional race is already beginning to take shape, with Democrat Peter Clemens announcing he will challenge seven-term incumbent Rob Bishop, a longtime favorite among Utah Republicans.

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