Archery clubs can help turn pop culture inspiration into reality


If you’ve dreamed of hitting a target like Katniss or Hawkeye or Legolas, local archery clubs can make that dream a reality. 


Weber State to open Discovery Loop, a new educational hiking trail

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Two Weber State University graduates are seeing the fruits of the labor at a ribbon-cutting ceremony this weekend for an educational hiking trail they created — the Discovery Loop.


Marathon duo inspires with tale of friendship, hardship

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Team Brenchley — Brian Brenchley and Tyler Sorensen — conquers the St. George Marathon for a 10th time. Brenchley has cerebral palsy and is quadriplegic.


Interested in applying for RAMP funding in Weber County? Help is available

Weber County hosting RAMP grant training

Sales tax funds that fuel recreation, arts, museums and parks in Weber County —  known as RAMP — involve a grant application process that might seem cumbersome at first. So Weber County Commissioners are offering help to climb that learning curve by encouraging aspiring...


Leading a ride without losing riders

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When I bought my first machine in 1993, I was like anyone with a new machine: Now, what do I do? Where can I ride? I didn’t have a circle of friends with ATVs. I was shopping during the Thanksgiving weekend when I noticed a guy wearing a T-shirt with the name of a Salt Lake ATV club. I...


West Point's 'Team Ashlynn' inspires people beyond half-marathons

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When Ashlynn Nelson was born, the doctor’s predictions were bleak. The West Point girl was diagnosed with Polymicrogyria at first, then MPPH Syndrome — a rare disorder that affects muscle tone, vision and brain function, among other things. But now, Ashlynn has inspired dozens...


Blind Clearfield man's latest feat: Hunting a mature elk after waiting 18 years

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James Cabrey has conquered wrestling, education, work and hunting without sight or sound. Cabrey and his hunting buddy and sighter, Darel Webb, killed a 750-pound elk bull last week and will donate a portion of the meat to a homeless shelter.

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