In hindsight, tight deadline doomed Ogden's bungled Stadler Rail bid

OGDEN — The rushed attempt to remove development restrictions on key properties in Business Depot Ogden awakened some elected representatives to a need for less haste and more transparency.


23-year-old taking on the difficult task of interviewing child abuse victims

OGDEN — As a teen growing up in Northern Utah, Anastasia Pili fell in love with the law. And at the tender age of 23, she believes she’s found her life’s calling.


Attempt to change land status of Ogden Nature Center, Fairgrounds rouses ire

OGDEN — The lure of economic development and adding hundreds of new jobs to Business Depot Ogden led Ogden City administrators to act in haste before the opportunity passed them by. 


South Ogden officials consider raising taxes, fees to remain sustainable

Editor’s note: A previous version of this story incorrectly reported the date the South Ogden City Council approved a resolution for the tax increase. It was approved June 20. The Standard-Examiner regrets the error. 


South Ogden discontinues licensing of home businesses

SOUTH OGDEN — Last month, owners of home-based businesses in South Ogden received brief letters letting them know the city had decided to discontinue licensing all home businesses.


Former Utah Democratic Party insider shunned after sexual misconduct allegations

Within a matter of days, Rob Miller went from a valued Utah Democratic Party insider to political pariah.


Eden cafe owner hopes to establish a new political party, challenge Orrin Hatch

EDEN — There’s more on the menu than tasty food at the Mad Moose Cafe in Eden. How about a new political party with that sandwich?


West Ogden's Observatory Park promises to make once-forgotten spot memorable

WEST OGDEN — As new portions of the planned 76-acre Observatory Park come into fruition on Weber County’s former landfill site, the asset promises to make a once-forgotten part of Ogden quite memorable.


New 7-mile stretch of Pineview Loop Pathway opens for runners, bikers, more

HUNTSVILLE — Representatives from Weber Pathways and the U.S. Forest Service joined elected officials and residents to officially open a 7-mile stretch of the Pineview Loop Pathway connecting Huntsville and Eden Wednesday. 


Weber County approves $94,500 contract for comprehensive PR services

OGDEN — Weber County Commissioners recently approved a $94,500 contract with Salt Lake City-based Dicio Group for a whole menu of public relations services. 

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