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Ogden Gang Unit's longtime commander retires

Scott Conley

OGDEN -- As a teenager, Scott Conley had no intention of a life in law enforcement. At the time he was more interested in cruising around town in his ’78 Camaro. Of course, the fast sports

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Ogden Gang Unit's longtime commander retires

OGDEN -- As a teenager, Scott Conley had no intention of a life in law enforcement. At the time he was more interested in cruising around town in his ’78


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Brooklyn's blackberries helping children worldwide

KAYSVILLE — It all started out small, the size of a blackberry, and has grown from there. Now, Brooklyn McKenzie, 8, is looking to raise $800 this year by


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Honored cowboy tips his hat at Ogden Pioneer Days

OGDEN -- Ron Brown tipped his hat to the Ogden Pioneer Days Rodeo celebration, the endearment between performer and audience obvious. Brown and his wife,


Ebyline

A little boy's life was saved against the odds

MORGAN -- Don't stop. Don't stop. Don't stop. That's what Blake Nelson kept hearing in his mind over and over again on the morning of Oct. 12. Don't stop. The


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Local old time guitar player enters hall of fame

OGDEN -- Dale Pendleton will tell you he only knows two tunes on the guitar, then he will play three. Actually he’ll play a lot more. The 93-year-old is


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Zombies lurk at the end of a gravel road. And they must die.

With their .45 and 9mm handguns cocked and ready, two PBS engineers turned zombie hunters crept through a door in the Shenandoah Valley and into madness. A dozen


Environment

Save the tigers? It may be too late

Photojournalist Steve Winter spent a decade photographing tigers in the wild in Asia. In 2007, when his life partner, writer Sharon Guynup, joined him for an


Books

New book of essays captures deep feelings of Utah

OGDEN -- Kase Johnstun still remembers when he first went hunting, as a young boy, with the men of his family. “I don't hunt anymore, but even if you take


Education

WSU prof helps the impoverished with Canada-Mexico bike ride

Early one morning this summer, Kathleen Cadman was in Monterey, Calif., eating a hot fudge sundae while she waited for the fog to lift. She wasn’t feeling


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Layton students and parents raise funds to build school in Ghana

LAYTON ─ A four-hour van ride out of Ghana’s capitol city, Accra, sits Abomosu. Most people haven’t heard of Abomosu, a village in West Africa.


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