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Pleasant View green waste pile to burn Saturday as concerns continue to simmer

PLEASANT VIEW — A green waste pile that has grown both in size and controversy since May may finally reach a resolution this weekend.


Campers head to Southern Utah desert when the weather turns cold

When temperatures drop and the days get short in Northern Utah, it’s time to head south.


Local Artisan Collective giving Weber creative types a place to shine

Editor's note: A previous photo with this story incorrectly spelled Stephanie Howerton’s last name. We regret the error.


Ogden waterfall trail closure again irks hikers; lands leaders talk options

OGDEN — Closure of a popular section of the Waterfall Canyon trail running through private property has once again caused a stir. It also raises bigger questions about future access to many of Ogden’s trails.


Pleasant View plans to burn large green waste pile early Thursday

PLEASANT VIEW — A large, controversial green waste pile in the Park Springs Circle Subdivision of Pleasant View will be burned early Thursday.


Halloween 2016: We sampled Utah's pumpkin beers so you don't have to

Ah, fall. The colorful leaves. The many varieties of boots. The ritual firing up of the furnace. The pumpkin-spice-in-pretty-much-everything-we-can-stuff-it-in. 


Ogden Chicken Alliance drumming up support from citizens and students

The summer farmers market campaign is over, but the Ogden Chicken Alliance is persisting with its grassroots effort to bring chickens to the city.


Weber State looks to put more electric cars on Utah roads

OGDEN — Local universities are charging up to help bring cleaner cars to Northern Utah roads.


Cities continue to assess tornado damage, citizens continue cleanup

WASHINGTON TERRACE — Rose Blomquist was sitting in her kitchen on Sept. 22, doing some homework for a class at Weber State University. Out of nowhere, the wind picked up. She glanced out the window and saw her barbecue grill hover mid-air, then fly off.


With diesel emissions plan passed, health officials look to future

Air quality advocates breathed a small sigh of relief this week when the Weber-Morgan health board approved a diesel emissions testing program for Weber County. Still, many say the measure doesn’t go far enough.

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