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Ogden Latino-owned businesses weather COVID-19 storm, fortunes improving

OGDEN — As the COVID-19 pandemic kicked in last year, leading to new guidelines and restrictions meant to curb the virus’ spread, business at <a href="https://www.mycoffeelinks.com" target="_blank">Coffee Links</a> took a dip.The public was sticking close to ...

Local food exchange launched during pandemic goes nationwide

NORTH OGDEN — Along the shoulder of Washington Boulevard on Friday, more cars than could be counted lined up as volunteers tore open boxes, packaged groceries and loaded them into trunks.“Everybody watch out!” shouted Mike Larson as he used a forklift to to move a pallet of food outside ...

Bank of Utah encourages community service with pledge to donate to nonprofits

OGDEN — Bank of Utah is encouraging the community to "do good works" as part of its inaugural Spring into Service Scavenger Hunt. For each act of service, according to a press release, the bank will donate $10 to a nonprofit of the individual's choice.In order to participate, each person ...

Online used car seller Carvana now serving Ogden, Salt Lake, Provo

Carvana, one of the leading online auto retailers in the U.S., announced Thursday it is now offering its services to residents in the Provo, Ogden and Salt Lake City areas.Carvana first came into Utah in St. George in early 2020.While there is not a physical brick and mortar location in Provo, ...

Ogden Pioneer Days officials say rodeo, other events will return in 2021

OGDEN — A year ago at this time, a steady stream of news poured out about several longtime local traditions being canceled due to the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.But an announcement this week that one of Ogden’s preeminent, most well-attended summer events will return in 2021 suggests ...