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Over-budget Sentinel ICBM program triggers review, faces cancellation

In 2020, the U.S. Air Force announced a $13.3 billion contract with Northrop Grumman aimed at modernizing the ground-based intercontinental ballistic missile program, a leg of the military's nuclear triad. Less than four years later, that program is over budget and in danger of outright ...

Diving Into the World of Bitcoin Casino Gaming

As the digital age sweeps across every facet of our lives, it's no surprise that even the traditional pastime of gambling has found a new frontier online.With the advent of cryptocurrency, a new era of online gambling has emerged, bringing with it a wave of Bitcoin casino platforms. These ...

Understanding the Impact of Pay Per Head Software on Sports Betting

For years, the sports betting scene has been evolving at a breakneck pace, largely due to technological advancements that have made wagering more accessible and engaging for punters around the globe. Central to this transformation is the rise of pay per head software, which has revolutionized ...

Union Station to commemorate 75th anniversary of Utah’s Merci Car

OGDEN — Union Station is set to host an event recognizing a unique piece of American history this month, which marks the 75th anniversary of the arrival of Utah's "Merci Car" — one of 49 train boxcars gifted to the United States by France in the wake of World War II. The event happening ...

Dinosaur Park official offers details on expansion plans at Ogden venue

OGDEN — The George S. Eccles Dinosaur Park is set to grow as part of its ongoing mission to educate the public about our prehistoric past. On Feb. 9, the City of Ogden released a statement on the park's expansion plans. "We are very proud of our ongoing accomplishments since the inception ...

Pleasant View PD releases identity of motorcyclist killed in crash

PLEASANT VIEW — Authorities have released the name of a motorcyclist who was involved in a fatal collision with an SUV on Wednesday. Pleasant View Police Chief Ryon Hadley told the Standard-Examiner that the victim was Joel Nielson, 56, of Salt Lake County. No other new details about the ...

WSU sponsors social media platform bringing kindness to Utah schools

OGDEN — Social media use, and the potentially harmful impact it can make on young people, has been a hot-button issue in Utah. Last year, the state's Legislature passed restrictions on how Utah minors access and use social media platforms. More recently, Gov. Spencer Cox and Lt. Gov. Deidre ...