NUAMES class of 2016: This year's graduating seniors

This list of graduates appeared in the newspaper Friday, May 27.

Police & Fire

Police: 60-year-old Huntsville man suspected of killing wife

HUNTSVILLE — Police and SWAT units responded to a condo after receiving reports that a man allegedly hurt or killed his wife on Sunday, May 22.


Davis County schools risk funding over incomplete community council websites

FARMINGTON — Utah schools receive millions of dollars each year from revenues generated by school trust lands. Each school's community council decides how the money will be spent, but must keep the public informed by posting specific information on the school's website.


Former students, teachers say goodbye to closing Dee Elementary school in Ogden

OGDEN — When Dee Elementary closes its doors at the end of the school year, it will be for the last time. The old building is being torn down, and replaced by the state-of-the-art New Bridge School and neighborhood redevelopment project.


High school graduations: Schedule, times for northern Utah schools

Seniors are almost done with high school, but there’s one last time they can’t afford to be tardy — the graduation ceremony.


Ogden's Edison Elementary to be demolished

OGDEN — Ogden School District’s old Edison Elementary building will soon be gone.


Weber State names Scott Sprenger new arts and humanities dean

Editor’s note: Due to a source error, the first quote attributed to Madonne Miner below incorrectly states the focus of Scott Sprenger’s presentation and erroneously says the presentation was given on campus. The Standard-Examiner apologizes for the error.


Ogden School District names Scott, Palmer, Wilkinson as top professionals

OGDEN — Ogden School District honored a social studies teacher, a custodial supervisor and a principal during Teacher Appreciation Week.


Weber School district selects music teacher and plumber as top employees

WASHINGTON TERRACE — Weber School District has named Nina Doxey its Teacher of the Year, and Justin Mock its Classified Employee of the Year. 


South Ogden Jr. High teacher speaks on racial slur, movie policy

SOUTH OGDEN — A history teacher who used a racial slur in a classroom discussion says he meant no harm, but was trying to educate students and prepare them to watch a movie about the Civil War.

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