OGDEN — A former analyst employed by the Utah Schools for the Deaf and Blind (USDB) is suspected of misappropriating at least $67,093 in appropriations and donations from the statewide facility headquartered in Ogden.
SALT LAKE CITY — An audit released Wednesday by the Utah State Auditor’s Office blasted the Utah Local Governments Trust for excessive executive pay, pricey perks for board members and lax oversight of the entity designed to help smaller cities, counties and special service districts obtain reasonable insurance rates.
OGDEN — The abrupt July 4 announcement that Karen’s Cafe, a revered downtown restaurant, was closing for good — followed by an equally surprising reopening two weeks later — left customers wondering what happened and whether the food and service would stay the same.
CLEVELAND — A Mountain Green woman attending the Republican National Convention said she was threatened by two Donald Trump supporters after tense floor action Monday, where Utah’s delegation participated in an unsuccessful push to change the rules and possibly deny Trump the GOP nomination.
Two Weber County millennials will soon pack their bags to head east to serve as delegates at their respective political conventions. And in both cases, their preferred presidential candidates are not their party’s presumptive nominees.
OGDEN — Whether good fences make good neighbors has long been debatable, but one renter’s recent investment in chain-link quickly attracted fans and foes alike since it blocks off one of two accesses to Ogden’s inner-city Oasis Community Garden.