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A couple of nights ago, as I was pulling into my driveway after work, I noticed a package on my doorstep. I made a mental note to make my way to the front door at some point to grab it. However, after closing the garage, coming in and taking off my shoes, letting the dog out, letting the dog…

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SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A man recently kicked out of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints' faith after he led a campaign criticizing the church's practice of allowing closed-door, one-on-one interviews of youth by lay leaders has lost his appeal.

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My interest in the Polaris General was piqued when it was introduced in 2016. Not having as much utility as the Ranger nor being as sporty as the RZR, the General had a nice mix of utility and sport.

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SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Mormon leaders are condemning anti-Semitism and the "environment of hate-filled rhetoric that has become so prevalent" following the deadly shooting at a Pittsburgh synagogue.

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It’s that time of year again: the advent of my second favorite holiday, next to my birthday ... Halloween. Coincidently, this month has proven to be one of the eeriest, spine-chilling, horrific October months of my career. It wasn’t due to a cool haunted house though, or even dead people wal…

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Nine years ago, I rode the Hog Canyon trails on an ATV and had determined never to go back — especially after surviving some harrowing sections of the trail that still bring back memories. I have said it before and I’ll say it again, “There is no use crying — it will just fog up your goggles.”

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SALT LAKE CITY — The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announced that Kristin Chenoweth will headline this year’s Christmas concerts by the Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square, Orchestra at Temple Square and Bells on Temple Square as the featured guest artist and narrator.

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Is it just me or have you noticed it too? Storage units. They are popping up like worms on a driveway after a rain storm. Any available vacant plot of commercial land has been plucked up and, within a matter of a few short weeks of construction, offers another 80,000 square feet of space for…

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Imagine you’re a homebuyer who has just wired tens of thousands of dollars for the down payment on a home. You think everything is OK until the title company tells you they never received your money and you discover the wiring instructions you received were fraudulent. You’ve likely sent you…

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Seeing the snow on the mountains and experiencing the first hard freeze of fall, some may be thinking that the riding season is over. Before you think about pickling your pride and joy for the winter, there is one more jamboree that is worth your attention.

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It’s 10:30 p.m., do you know where your realtor is? I don’t either. In fact, I haven’t seen this dude, or heard from him for that matter, in over 24 hours. Normally, this would not be an issue. I clearly cannot keep tabs on everyone’s realtor. I would, however, like to get ahold of this part…

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As a person who loves to spend time in the back country, I am increasingly aware of the responsibility that goes with forays into the forests and canyons of Utah. The potential I have as an individual to impact areas I enjoy has made me more sensitive to principles of responsible and ethical…

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Members cheered on Sunday as President Russell M. Nelson announced 12 new temples of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to be built around the world, including one in Utah and others in New Zealand, Brazil, Argentina, Cambodia and Puerto Rico.

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Last week, my 16-year-old daughter came home from school with an assignment for her English class to dictate a defense on how the 13th and 14th amendments to the Constitution directly contradict the Dred Scott v. Sanford decision made in 1857 by the Supreme Court. As a reminder, Dred Scott, …

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The NUATV club responded when the call went out from the Public Lands Equal Access Alliance (PLEAA) in conjunction with the Forest Service to help sign trails on the Shoshone Trail System. It was a chance to give back service in providing assistance to maintain trails we like to ride.

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Dozens of volunteers have spent weeks preparing thousands of pounds of meat and an even greater number of pastries and other baked goods for the annual two-day Ogden Greek Festival. This year’s festival takes place Friday and Saturday, Sept. 28-29, at the Transfiguration Greek Orthodox Churc…

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OGDEN — I’m not breaking any news here. If you’ve lived or worked in Ogden for any reasonable amount of time, you’ve probably eaten at, or at least heard of, Lucky Slice Pizza.

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With more than 1,200 wildfires in Utah this year burning over 383 square miles of land, one might wonder if the only fall colors to see will be some shade of black. As reported Sunday in the Standard-Examiner, there are eight active wildfires currently burning.

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What would you be willing to do for your child? Most parents, innately, would do anything for their child. We would run into a burning building, shield them with our own bodies to protect them from a stray bullet, falling debris or a terrible storm. On a less dramatic scale, and far more oft…

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Anyone who’s bought or sold a home recently in Northern Utah knows the real estate market is hot. The market is so hot, in fact, that several national rankings list the Ogden-Clearfield metro area as one of the most active markets in the country. This includes Weber, Davis, Morgan and Box El…

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A few years ago I made it my New Year’s resolution to eat at every taco place in Ogden. I tried to go out for tacos a few times a month, but I stilled failed to reach my lofty goal.

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If you have a current Utah hunting, fishing or combination license, you can visit either of the Division of Wildlife Resources public shooting ranges on Saturday and shoot for free. The only exception are the trap and skeet ranges at the facilities, where shooting will be half price.

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Let’s talk about the elephant in the room. You know the one; it’s that large grey animal with the long trunk and the floppy ears that is taking up most of the living room and everyone is trying to pretend is not there. Let’s just acknowledge him. We might as well. It’s getting uncomfortable …

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With summer winding down, we still have the best part of the ATV riding season to enjoy. Utah offers some 75,000 miles of trails to ride and some of the most spectacular scenery available to enjoy.

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Fair Shmair. If life were fair, my favorite candy (Red Vines licorice, for the record) would have the same nutritional content as kale. Life isn’t fair. I had to remind my grown-up children of this, for the one millionth and first time last weekend. My children, who are all five years apart,…