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Bert’s Café keeps its namesake’s mom and pop charm

Bert’s Café is a Brigham City landmark, founded in 1929 by Albert LeRoy Olsen and handed down to his son and grandson. Last year, Albert LeRoy Olsen III — known as Bert — passed away. Bert’s step-daughter, Brittnee Roskelley, plans to keep the restaurant in the family at least until ...

Layin’ It on the Line: Retiring with confidence and income security

Retirement is a well-deserved chapter filled with opportunities but also demands careful financial planning. While the desire to maximize returns beckons, many retirees prioritize predictability and security to ensure a comfortable lifestyle throughout their golden years. This is where fixed ...

Tech Matters: Cellular outage helps make the case for landlines

Last week’s AT&T outage left 70,000 customers without cell service for up to a full day. Those households that had a landline could make calls to others, but those without were largely out of luck. While landlines have become nearly obsolete — only 29% of U.S. households still ...

Ogden-Hinckley Airport officially resumes commercial airline service

OGDEN — Months of preparation, including some last-minute deicing, finally culminated in the return of commercial airline service to Ogden-Hinckley Airport on Wednesday. Breeze Airways' inaugural flight from John Wayne Airport in Santa Ana, California, to Ogden arrived at around 11:30 a.m. ...

Layin’ It on the Line: Why retirement planning needs a longevity makeover

Picture this: You've meticulously saved for decades, diligently squirreling away money for your golden years. You envision carefree days filled with travel, hobbies and leisurely naps. But there's a hidden variable in this happy retirement equation: your own longevity. A recent study reveals a ...

Tech Matters: How to assess tech deals before making a purchase

Just about every holiday in the U.S. sparks a slew of tech deals, from laptops to iPads and all things connected to the internet. Presidents Day was no exception and we have only to wait until Memorial Day in May for the next round. While sale prices may be tempting, it’s important to ...

These bills are poised to set the tone in Utah’s energy policy

A conglomerate of bills passing through the Legislature are setting the tone for the future of Utah’s energy strategy. Big pieces are poised to become law, introducing policy that would favor already established resources and approach federal rules and incentives with a skeptical eye. The ...

Tech Matters: Meta to help you distinguish real images from fake ones

It’s becoming more and more difficult to distinguish between real images and fake ones online. And most people want to know, particularly when it’s not obvious. Video game images are frequently posted as actual war images and only those who played the games were able to spot them as the ...

Aubergine Kitchen offers healthy, feel-good food

During a recent interview at Farmington's Aubergine Kitchen, several customers recognized owner Elcio Zanatta and thanked him for serving tasty food that fits their nutritional needs. “The great secret of our restaurant is, how do you feel after you eat?” said Zanatta. “When I leave, I ...