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Lockheed accused of inflating F-35 job numbers in Utah

Mitch Shaw, Bloomberg News, Standard-Examiner staff, The Associated Press
Jan 23 2014 - 6:08am

HILL AIR FORCE BASE -- For years, F-35 proponents have spoken of the positive economic impact the jet will bring to Hill Air Force Base and the Top of Utah -- but a new report claims that the impact has been vastly overstated.According to the non-profit research group the Center for International Policy, Lockheed Martin has "greatly exaggerated"...

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Josh Romney to serve on state economic development board

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Jan 8 2014 - 9:17am

SALT LAKE CITY -- The Governor's Office of Economic Development has announced the addition of Margaret Lasecke-Jacobs and Josh Romney to the Economic Development Board. Both Margaret and Josh will bring new perspectives and experience to the board that will enrich the sound counsel offered to GOED.

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Layton considers development zone along Antelope

Antone Clark, Standard-Examiner correspondent
Nov 8 2013 - 2:17pm

LAYTON -- City leaders have taken the first step toward the possible redevelopment of a stretch of Antelope Drive, one of Layton's biggest commercial thoroughfares.A draft of a community development area for the north side of Antelope Drive from east of 220 West to 650 West was approved unanimously Thursday by the city Redevelopment Agency. 

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VIDEO: Asian CEO cyclists take in scenic Top of Utah in promotional tour

Mitch Shaw, Standard-Examiner staff
Sep 12 2013 - 12:55am

OGDEN -- Although it rained slightly, Wednesday's wet weather did nothing to dampen the spirits of a group of Asian cycling company CEOs as they began their first leg of a 400-mile bike ride through Utah.The conglomerate is in town this week to participate in "A Scenic Tour of Utah," a partnership among Ogden city, the Governor's Office of...

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Mural celebrates Ogden's 'Breaking Through' in outdoor recreation

Sherry Ferrin works on painting a mural with her grandchildren on the side of a parking structure at 23rd Street and Washington Boulevard in Ogden on Thursday. The vinyl painting celebrates the changes the city has made, including its attraction of top sporting activities. When complete, “Breaking Through” will depict a climber, a cyclist, a kayaker, a runner and a BMX biker. It’s the seventh mural in Ogden in a decade. (KERA WILLIAMS/Standard-Examiner)

JaNae Francis
Oct 22 2011 - 10:50pm

OGDEN -- A mural celebrating Ogden's growing stature as a sports activities center is being painted on the side of a parking structure at 23rd Street and Washington Boulevard.

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VIDEO: Asian CEO cyclists take in scenic Top of Utah in promotional tour

Mitch Shaw, Standard-Examiner staff
Sep 12 2013 - 12:55am

OGDEN -- Although it rained slightly, Wednesday's wet weather did nothing to dampen the spirits of a group of Asian cycling company CEOs as they began their first leg of a 400-mile bike ride through Utah.The conglomerate is in town this week to participate in "A Scenic Tour of Utah," a partnership among Ogden city, the Governor's Office of...

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Mural celebrates Ogden's 'Breaking Through' in outdoor recreation

Sherry Ferrin works on painting a mural with her grandchildren on the side of a parking structure at 23rd Street and Washington Boulevard in Ogden on Thursday. The vinyl painting celebrates the changes the city has made, including its attraction of top sporting activities. When complete, “Breaking Through” will depict a climber, a cyclist, a kayaker, a runner and a BMX biker. It’s the seventh mural in Ogden in a decade. (KERA WILLIAMS/Standard-Examiner)

JaNae Francis
Oct 22 2011 - 10:50pm

OGDEN -- A mural celebrating Ogden's growing stature as a sports activities center is being painted on the side of a parking structure at 23rd Street and Washington Boulevard.

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