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Proposed solar charges from Rocky Mountain Power cause customer confusion

When Rocky Mountain Power published its proposal for new solar net metering rates, it hit home for GB Burningham.

Police & Fire

Anti-gay car graffiti called hate crime by Ogden Police

OGDEN — Vandalism of a gay couple’s car earlier this month has been classified as a hate crime by the Ogden Police Department.

Police & Fire

Layton teen killed in car crash Friday

Editor’s Note: Because of incorrect information provided to the Standard-Examiner, a previous version of this story misspelled Joshua Nielsen’s name. The Standard-Examiner regrets the error.


A-One Salvage operator pleads guilty to dumping pollutants into Ogden River

OGDEN — A salvage yard operator accused of dumping pollutants into the Ogden River pleaded guilty in federal court last week.


Out Standing in a Field Podcast: On the prowl for wolverines

Are wolverines related to wolves? What do they eat and where do they live? How does the state keep track of them? Find out in the latest episode of Out Standing in a Field.


Ski injuries can be avoided with proper strengthening, good gear

Ski and snowboard injuries aren’t just a pain. They can be a disaster for your bank account with mounting medical bills, not to mention that pricey nonrefundable season pass you’re not longer able to use. 


SheShreds.co founder reflects on building a brand, empowering women's community

In 2013, Gina Duffy founded SheShreds.co, an online women’s boarding accessories company. But she didn’t just built a brand — she created a community.

Police & Fire

Ammonia leak causes evacuation near Clearfield Freeport Center

CLEARFIELD — An ammonia tank leak at a cold storage facility near Clearfield’s Freeport Center caused the evacuation of around 25 people Saturday morning.


Northern Utah ski resorts optimistic despite unseasonably warm November

Editor’s note: This story was updated to include Snowbasin’s opening day status.


Weber State's third race conversation highlights post-election tensions

OGDEN — Weber State’s third Town Hall Conversation turned into a place for catharsis and catalyst for change Saturday morning. 

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