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Church to feed 1,000-plus people a 5-star dinner on Thanksgiving

Jamie Lampros, Standard-Examiner correspondent
Nov 23 2013 - 12:01am

OGDEN -- Two years ago, The Genesis Project fed 550 people a Thanksgiving meal. This year, Pastor Kyle Hill is expecting to feed just more than 1,000.

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Light of the Valley Lutheran Church plans Nov. 23 clothing bazaar

Standard-Examiner staff
Nov 13 2013 - 2:20pm

LAYTON -- Light of the Valley Lutheran Church, 1074 N. Fairfield Road, in Layton, will have a clothing bazaar Saturday, Nov. 23.

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Marine Corps anniversary ceremony set for Nov. 10 in Layton

Standard-Examiner staff
Nov 4 2013 - 9:24pm

LAYTON -- The United States Marine Corps takes its birthday ceremony very seriously. It is a time to honor all Marines, past and present, those lost in combat and those who served in times of peace. This year the 238th anniversary will be no different.

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Sheriff's Office to host trunk or treat for Davis County employees and residents of S. Weber, Fruit Heights, West Point

Standard-Examiner staff
Oct 28 2013 - 9:16pm

FARMINGTON -- Davis County Sheriff's Office is hosting a Trunk or Treat on Wednesday.The event is for county employees and for residents of South Weber, Fruit Heights and West Point.

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Plan ahead for Thanksgiving run/walk for charity

Standard-Examiner staff
Oct 28 2013 - 8:56pm

OGDEN -- The annual Thanksgiving run/walk for charity will be held Thanksgiving morning at 9 a.m. in the back parking lot of Ogden Regional Medical Center, 5475 S. 500 East.The event, sponsored by the hospital, Weber State University and the Newman Center, will take nonperishable goods or monetary contributions as an entry fee.

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VIDEO: Living dead, survivors flesh out a night of fun in Ogden

Randi Weston, Standard-Examiner correspondent
Oct 27 2013 - 10:10pm

OGDEN -- Exposed brains, gnawed limbs and hungry moans filled Ogden's Historic 25th Street on Saturday night as Ogden's Zombie Crawl celebrated its fourth year. The zombie virus was an indiscriminate re-animator of everyone from nuns to Superman to a disproportionately large number of pregnant women.

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Holocaust survivor to tell his story at Weber State

Author and international speaker Irving Roth, a Holocaust survivor, will speak at 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 24, in Ballroom B of the Shepherd Union Building, WSU, 3848 Harrison Blvd. The public is encouraged to attend this free event.
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Nancy Van Valkenburg, Standard-Examiner staff
Oct 24 2013 - 1:53am

OGDEN -- Irving Roth was a teenager when he, his older brother and their grandparents were loaded onto an Auschwitz-bound train with 437 other Jews.On arrival, Roth's grandparents were hustled off to the "group showers," a term Roth would learn later referred to the gas chambers. Roth's brother was relocated to Bergen-Belsen and was never seen...

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Public invited to enjoy Ogden Buddhist church annual bazaar

Manju, a dessert favorite, will be available at the Ogden Buddhist Church annual bazaar Saturday, Oct. 26, along with an assortment of other authentic Japanese foods.

JaNae Francis, Standard-Examiner staff
Oct 21 2013 - 8:26pm

OGDEN -- Area residents are invited to enjoy dinner and browsing through hand-crafted items and other donations for sale from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 26, at the Ogden Buddhist Church annual bazaar.This is an event geared for the whole family, and everyone is welcome.

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VIDEO: Living dead, survivors flesh out a night of fun in Ogden

Randi Weston, Standard-Examiner correspondent
Oct 27 2013 - 10:10pm

OGDEN -- Exposed brains, gnawed limbs and hungry moans filled Ogden's Historic 25th Street on Saturday night as Ogden's Zombie Crawl celebrated its fourth year. The zombie virus was an indiscriminate re-animator of everyone from nuns to Superman to a disproportionately large number of pregnant women.

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VIDEO: Ghost hunters get busy at Sleepy Millcreek Hollow

Randi Weston, Standard-Examiner correspondent
Oct 20 2013 - 9:57pm

MARRIOTT-SLATERVILLE  -- The spirits weren't exactly restless Saturday night for the Sleepy Millcreek Hollow Ghost Investigation, as Oquirrh Mountain Paranormal Investigators used EMF (electromagnetic field) meters, K2 meters, and digital voice recorders to suss out any paranormal activity on a farm in Marriott-Slaterville that has been owned...

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VIDEO: Weber Fire District's first open house draws a crowd, despite weather

Anita Kersey, Standard-Examiner correspondent
Oct 9 2013 - 10:28pm

FARR WEST -- The Weber Fire District held its first open house this week, in observance of National Fire Prevention Week, which started Sunday, Oct. 6, and runs through Saturday, Oct. 12.

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VIDEO: Last Zombie Prom held in Ogden before shuffling to SLC for good cause

Randi Weston, Standard-Examiner correspondent
Sep 7 2013 - 11:15pm

OGDEN -- The fifth annual Strankenstein's Zombie Prom invaded Union Station on Saturday night, marking the last year the event will be held in Ogden. Salt Lake Comic Con organizers presented Steve and Trisha Strank, Zombie Prom founders, with an offer they couldn't refuse for next year: free rent.

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VIDEO: Fans from far reaches of Wasatch Front converge on SLC's first Comic Con

Kelly Keiter, Standard-Examiner staff
Sep 5 2013 - 11:55pm

SALT LAKE CITY -- Comic Con has arrived in Salt Lake City -- the first one ever in Utah's capital -- and it's drawing crowds of 30,000 to 40,000 per day.The streets of downtown are lined with cars and sci-fi and fantasy fans dressed in original costumes this week.

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Steampunks dress up in Layton, reflect on Industrial Age’s effects on modern era

Participants at the Salt Lake City Steamfest show off their attire Friday at the Davis Conference Center in Layton. (NICK SHORT/Standard-Examiner)

Dana Rimington
Jul 27 2013 - 10:59pm

LAYTON -- Deemed a mini-Disneyland for those interested in steampunk, folks of all ages decked out in Victorian-era and Industrial Age fashion at this weekend's Salt Lake Steamfest with big dresses, top hats, feathers, corsets, canes, eye patches, goggles, leather boots and masks. The second annual steampunk convention, held at the Davis...

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Music, dance at OWATC tell ancient stories of Ute, Pueblo tribes

Nino Reyos played native flutes and performed American Indian dances Friday as part of Ogden-Weber Tech's Native American Heritage Month celebration. (NANCY VAN VALKENBURG/Standard-Examiner)

Nancy Van Valkenburg
Nov 9 2012 - 8:10pm

OGDEN -- Nino Reyos used his music and his dance Friday to tell Ogden-Weber Tech students the ancient stories of his people.Reyos, an American Indian with roots in the Ute and Pueblo tribes, appeared as part of the college's Native American Heritage Month."I hope the students can gain a better understanding and appreciation of the culture," said...

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More than 350 Samoyeds fluff up for Farmington's first hosting of competition

Young Samoyeds run with their handler during judging Friday at the Samoyed Dog Club of America show at the Legacy Events Center in Farmington. The eight-day show concludes today. (ERIN HOOLEY/Standard-Examiner)

Bryon Saxton
Oct 14 2011 - 10:55pm

FARMINGTON -- To cool off under the Phoenix sun, Sitka, a 10-month-old Samoyed, enjoys swimming with his Labrador friends. But for the most part, the white-haired dog, who upon full maturity could weigh 65 pounds, remains indoors where it's cool. "(Sitka) is spoiled rotten and lives in the house," said handler Raygen Hensley.

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VIDEO: Living dead, survivors flesh out a night of fun in Ogden

Randi Weston, Standard-Examiner correspondent
Oct 27 2013 - 10:10pm

OGDEN -- Exposed brains, gnawed limbs and hungry moans filled Ogden's Historic 25th Street on Saturday night as Ogden's Zombie Crawl celebrated its fourth year. The zombie virus was an indiscriminate re-animator of everyone from nuns to Superman to a disproportionately large number of pregnant women.

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VIDEO: Ghost hunters get busy at Sleepy Millcreek Hollow

Randi Weston, Standard-Examiner correspondent
Oct 20 2013 - 9:57pm

MARRIOTT-SLATERVILLE  -- The spirits weren't exactly restless Saturday night for the Sleepy Millcreek Hollow Ghost Investigation, as Oquirrh Mountain Paranormal Investigators used EMF (electromagnetic field) meters, K2 meters, and digital voice recorders to suss out any paranormal activity on a farm in Marriott-Slaterville that has been owned...

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VIDEO: Weber Fire District's first open house draws a crowd, despite weather

Anita Kersey, Standard-Examiner correspondent
Oct 9 2013 - 10:28pm

FARR WEST -- The Weber Fire District held its first open house this week, in observance of National Fire Prevention Week, which started Sunday, Oct. 6, and runs through Saturday, Oct. 12.

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VIDEO: Last Zombie Prom held in Ogden before shuffling to SLC for good cause

Randi Weston, Standard-Examiner correspondent
Sep 7 2013 - 11:15pm

OGDEN -- The fifth annual Strankenstein's Zombie Prom invaded Union Station on Saturday night, marking the last year the event will be held in Ogden. Salt Lake Comic Con organizers presented Steve and Trisha Strank, Zombie Prom founders, with an offer they couldn't refuse for next year: free rent.

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VIDEO: Fans from far reaches of Wasatch Front converge on SLC's first Comic Con

Kelly Keiter, Standard-Examiner staff
Sep 5 2013 - 11:55pm

SALT LAKE CITY -- Comic Con has arrived in Salt Lake City -- the first one ever in Utah's capital -- and it's drawing crowds of 30,000 to 40,000 per day.The streets of downtown are lined with cars and sci-fi and fantasy fans dressed in original costumes this week.

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Steampunks dress up in Layton, reflect on Industrial Age’s effects on modern era

Participants at the Salt Lake City Steamfest show off their attire Friday at the Davis Conference Center in Layton. (NICK SHORT/Standard-Examiner)

Dana Rimington
Jul 27 2013 - 10:59pm

LAYTON -- Deemed a mini-Disneyland for those interested in steampunk, folks of all ages decked out in Victorian-era and Industrial Age fashion at this weekend's Salt Lake Steamfest with big dresses, top hats, feathers, corsets, canes, eye patches, goggles, leather boots and masks. The second annual steampunk convention, held at the Davis...

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GALLERY: Juneteenth at WSU 2013

Tonga Labulo from the group Kinetic Blend performs a dance for the crowd during the Juneteenth celebration at Weber State University.

Brian Nicholson, Contributed
Jun 15 2013 - 11:14pm

The 24th annual Juneteenth Freedom and Heritage Festival took place Saturday, June 15, 2013, on the Ogden campus of Weber State University at the Stewart Bell Tower Plaza. Juneteenth is the oldest celebration to mark the end of slavery in the United States. This year’s theme, “Created Equal,” was selected to highlight 2013 as the 150th year since Abraham Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation in 1863, and also 50 years since Martin Luther King Jr.’s march on Washington, D.C., in 1963. The celebration included performances by artists featuring rhythm and blues, a jam band, jazz and gospel, plus ethnic cuisine, crafts and a health and wellness fair.

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GALLERY: Nature center renamed on Bald Eagle Day, Feb. 9, 2013

As he and his family enjoyed Utah’s annual Bald Eagle Day on Saturday at Farmington Bay, Syracuse High student Landon O’Camb took this photo of a bald eagle flying through the falling snow. (Courtesy photo)

Contributed
Feb 9 2013 - 11:30pm

Folks gathered at the Great Salt Lake Nature Center in Farmington on Saturday, which was Utah’s annual Bald Eagle Day. The center held a ceremony honoring Bob Hasenyager and renamed the site the Robert N. Hasenyager Great Salt Lake Nature Center. He brought his vision of the center to life 12 years ago.

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