On a Thursday morning, restaurant owner Ethel Rallison greets most people who enter the Stagecoach by name. That is the way it has been for decades. Many of the customers gathered around steaming cups of coffee and heaping piles of biscuits and gravy have been regulars since the Stagecoach grew out of the old Stockman’s Cafe at the Ogden Stockyards. While some things don’t change, the booths of regulars are also filled with their children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

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anonymous

No no no and NO! You're supposed to remove your HAT at the dining table, not your DENTURES! I hope, at least, they have valet parking.

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