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WASHINGTON TERRACE — Bonneville High School has become the second school in the Weber School District to close for two weeks following a COVID-19 outbreak at the school, according to a statement released by the district.

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After-school carnivals and costume parades, for many Americans, have become a multi-generational Halloween tradition. In the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic, whether PTAs should go on with hosting them has become a point of contention for parents and teachers.

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Teachers in the Davis School District, like many across the country, are grappling with the changes brought to their classrooms by the COVID-19 pandemic. Some of those educators are airing the concerns the pandemic has caused in new teacher support groups facilitated by the district.

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Of states with compulsory ACT testing, Utah students scored highest, according to an annual report published by the national testing organization. But this year’s average score was lower than those of preceding classes.

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SALT LAKE CITY — Authorities at Brigham Young University’s Idaho campus are investigating reports that students are purposefully exposing themselves to the coronavirus in hopes of selling their plasma after they recover.

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Theater students at Weber State University had rehearsed, designed and were waiting in the wings to put on their production of “Pippin” last spring. Then on March 12, the school announced that classes were going online and all events for the rest of spring semester were canceled.

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Many attribute the fact that Utah women on average make 70 cents for every dollar earned by men, compared with the national 80 cents per dollar, to an emphasis on domesticity in the state. A national program that made its launch in Ogden this month is out to prove that motherhood and a caree…

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Between 2017 and 2019, 461 children age 6 and younger received homeless services in Weber County, a new report by the Crossroads Urban Center found. The study on child homelessness is the first of its kind from the Salt Lake City-based nonprofit.

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Donna Hogge has spent a total of 37 years at T.O. Smith Elementary School on Gramercy Avenue in Ogden — first as a student, then as a student-teacher and now as a third grade teacher. On Monday, she said goodbye to the building she spent more than half of her life learning and teaching at as…

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OGDEN — A central Ogden home built by a team of Weber State University professors and students that’s meant to represent the future of green building is on the market.

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On the same day Utah tracked its highest number of new COVID-19 numbers yet, Weber State University announced it would continue its flexible course schedule — which means offering in-person, hybrid and online options — into spring 2021, “with an emphasis on increased face-to-face instruction…

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The Davis School District Board of Education voted Tuesday to adopt a two-phase plan to transition students from a hybrid learning model to a full in-person schedule. The board opted to begin phase one on Sept. 28 for elementary students, and Oct. 5 for secondary students.