OGDEN — Mercedes Randhahn was playing in a soccer game when her mom got the call that Randhahn had made it to the top 30 in the Broadcom MASTERS, a national science competition for middle school students.
Utah State’s broader community will get a chance to hear from a new Mormon expert in their midst for the first time Wednesday.
A time capsule buried in 1887 in the cornerstone of the now demolished Central Junior High School building in Ogden will be opened at noon on Wednesday, Oct. 16, at the Utah State Archives and Records Service office at 346 S Rio Grande St. in Salt Lake City.
LOGAN — Utah State has sent yet more work into space with the launch of NASA’s ICON (Ionospheric Connection Explorer) weather satellite Thursday night over the Atlantic Ocean.
The Utah Valley University Police Department can no longer charge student reports for incident reports, according to a 6-0 vote from the Utah State Records Committee on Thursday.
OGDEN — About 20 students in Ogden School District were sworn in as judges in the district’s youth court, which handles some cases of misbehavior by their peers that might otherwise be sent to juvenile court.
KAYSVILLE — Trishelle Duncan was diagnosed with epilepsy three years ago. As a result of the diagnosis, she is not able to drive.
LAYTON — Three medical forensics classes at Northridge High took a stab at setting up crime scenes Tuesday.
OGDEN — Though he made no specific commitments, Rep. Rob Bishop was generally supportive of a unique teacher preparation program at Weber State while meeting with dozens of current and former participants in the program Friday evening.
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Utah education officials are seeking to update rules on how to handle licensed teachers accused of misconduct.
COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS — When then-third grader Aggy Deagle and her family were talking about Earth Day at dinner last spring, her thoughts turned to her school’s cafeteria.
OGDEN — A recent report released by Weber State outlines the number of crimes reported on the university’s campuses.
OGDEN — Several young moms attending Two Rivers, Weber School District’s alternative high school are the first young parents to have access to the school’s new child care program, which launched at the beginning of this school year.
OGDEN — Break out all your purple and white gear, Ogden. It's homecoming time.
KAYSVILLE — Beloved by its students, Mountain High School now has a building that matches the quality of the institution — and the way students feel about the school.
OGDEN — About 200 students at Ogden High School had the “opportunity of a lifetime” Wednesday morning, as teacher Katie Scott described it, when they heard one of the few remaining survivors of the Holocaust tell her story.
Just over five years ago, the American Academy of Pediatrics issued a policy statement urging school districts to push back school start times for junior high and high schools to 8:30 a.m., at the earliest.
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid for the 2020-2021 academic year opens to high school seniors and continuing college students Tuesday.
OGDEN — Ogden School District’s class of 2024 will have extra support to help them graduate from high school and prepare for college.
DAVIS COUNTY — A partnership of health organizations in Davis County started holding an annual mental health screening event for junior high and high school students two years ago.
OGDEN — Elementary students at New Bridge School in Ogden School District are getting a different kind of treat out of the vending machine this year.
OGDEN — Teachers and day care staff in Weber and Morgan counties will be required to provide documentation that they have received the immunizations recommended for adults, starting fall 2020.
Stereotypes. Our brains are hardwired to jump to conclusions about situations and people based on our prior experience, regardless of how genuinely applicable that experience is. It’s a survival trait that’s helped our species avoid danger by assuming that the rustling of leaves in the woods…
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — The University of Utah has asked a judge to dismiss a lawsuit filed by the parents of a slain student.
A partnership of public agencies and other organizations in Davis County is sponsoring free mental health screenings for youth in grades 7-12 at various appointment times in the evening on Wednesday, Sept. 25, at Viewmont High School, 120 W. 1000 North.
Boys and Girls Clubs of Weber-Davis will hold a weekly program called “Tell Your Story” this fall, starting in late September and continuing through November. The program will teach youth in grades 7-12 how to tell their life stories.
OGDEN — Voters approved the sale of $87 million in bonds to improve school buildings in Ogden School District in November 2018.
OGDEN — Despite the rainy day, students in junior high, high school and college — as well as recent Weber State grads, who helped organize the march — took to 25th Street as part of the global youth climate strike to protest the lack of political action to counter climate change.
OGDEN — A third of workers — and half of young workers — participate in the freelance or “gig” economy, according to Louis Hyman, an economic historian at Cornell’s Industrial and Labor Relations School.
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Police warned the top officials of a Utah school district about an ex-employee who had told his co-worker he wanted to "see what it feels like" to murder someone and attack "women or gays."
FARMINGTON — Superintendent Reid Newey responded to community members’ concerns about the proposed boundaries for a new Layton elementary school at Davis school board’s workshop meeting Tuesday evening.
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — State officials say thousands of standardized tests completed by Utah students this spring are missing scores.
SALT LAKE CITY — A recent study of Utah college students found that students who don’t work all year have higher GPAs than those who do work year-round.
Looks as if we get to welcome yet another interstellar visitor to our solar system this fall — the second one in two years, by my count.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints’ 2015 policy preventing the children of LGBTQ couples from baptism came about because of love, according to President Russell M. Nelson, the church’s president. So did its subsequent reversal in April.
OGDEN — Weber State University is expanding its support for students and other members of the Weber State community who are food insecure.
CLEARFIELD — Families often end up at the Clearfield location of Lice Clinics of America after parents have made multiple attempts to rid their children of lice.
OGDEN — After a groundbreaking held Friday, construction has begun on an addition and other upgrades at Wasatch Elementary School, one of the projects funded by Ogden School District’s bond initiative passed in 2018.
OGDEN — It was hotter than normal at the beginning of September this year, leaving the interior of some Northern Utah schools feeling more like August.
PLAIN CITY — Students in a construction management course at Fremont High School poured and formed concrete pads during class Monday afternoon.
OGDEN — Weber State’s student body president has traveled an unlikely path to where he is now. Once homeless, Bret Alexander has just started his first year as a graduate student studying higher education leadership.
OGDEN — Prevent Child Abuse Utah, a nonprofit that began in Ogden before expanding to Salt Lake, announced the appointment of Laurieann Thorpe as the organization’s new executive director on Tuesday.
ROY — On this day in Jason Poulsen's Fire Science class, his students are at the Roy Fire Department, trying on turnout gear, the heavy coat, pants and boots firefighters wear when responding to calls.
WEBER COUNTY — The Weber County Library System reopens on Sundays from 1-5 p.m. for the new academic year.
OGDEN — The public can access free health screenings, immunizations and dental care at an education and health fair to be held from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 7, at Weber State’s Community Education Center (2605 Monroe Blvd.).
OGDEN — Weber State was only one unit short of its goal of 199 units of blood during its annual blood drive with American Red Cross. A unit of a blood is about one pint.
FARMINGTON — Boundaries have been proposed for a new elementary school being built in Layton.
CLEARFIELD — “This is not quiet time. Talk to each other!” Kelland Davis, an eighth grade math teacher, called out to his class at North Davis Junior High.
OGDEN — Next year marks the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment — the constitutional revision that guaranteed women’s right to vote.
OGDEN — All five sisters in the Laub family are studying at Weber State this year — and all five of them are preparing for careers in science and technology.