$117M south Davis freeway project now underway, largest of the year
But motorists will have to deal with the pain of orange barrels and lane restrictions for the foreseeable future before realizing the pleasure of expanded highway driving sometime next year.
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Fri Apr 18, 2014
Mysterious U.S. plane parked at Iranian airport and no one seems to know why
The plane, owned by the Bank of Utah, a community bank in Ogden, Utah that has 13 branches throughout the state, was parked in a highly visible section of Mehrabad Airport in Tehran, Iran Tuesday morning, The New York Times reports.
Downtown Superior consultant: 'Be bold, audacious'
A downtown revitalization specialist believes it's not too late to breathe new life into Superior's core business district, even though it has suffered a slow decline for decades.
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MATTHEW M. CANNON has been appointed to the Southern Utah University Board of Trustees by Governor Gary R. Herbert, and confirmed by the Utah Senate.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
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Oscar G. Cogdill
Survivors include: two brothers, Ben Cogdill, of Ogden, Utah and Wilbur Cogdill, of Clovis, NM; a daughter: Shirley Wardlow, of Nocona; Services will be Monday at Church of the Nazarene.
TAB Bank Promotes Justin Hatch to Vice President of Asset-Based Lending
TAB Bank is pleased to announce the promotion of Justin Hatch to Vice President of Asset-Based Lending.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Lorna Faye Luke
Lorna Faye Luke, 83 passed away on April 9, 2014 in Price at the Pinnacle Nursing Home.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Race to Offer Carbo-Loading Befo...
Participants in the 38th annual Ogden Newspapers Half Marathon Classic and 5K events, set for May 24 in downtown Wheeling, will have an opportunity to "load up on carbs" Friday night before the race or on Saturday after the race.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
Judge halts county's 'pay for stay' program
A Davis County judge has ordered the sheriff's office to stop taking money from the personal accounts of inmates to pay for lodging and medical expenses in a practice known as "pay for stay."
Sat Apr 12, 2014
Car crash causes power outage in Weber County
Investigators are looking into a car crash that caused a power outage to homes in Ogden, Taylor, West Haven, and West Weber.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Commentary: Social Media and Equine Crisis Response
The explosion of social media has not changed human nature. The inclination to share rumors, speculation, gossip, and scandalous accusations - with or without credible verification - has been a part of human nature as long as language itself.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Salt Lake Tribune
Food briefs: National BBQ tour, Easter buffet at IKEA
Go north April 11-20 for the fourth annual Ogden Restaurant Week. During the 10-day promotion, 16 independently-owned restaurants will offer a two-course lunch for $8 and a three-course dinner for $15.
Oregon weather watch: Weather satellites take to the skies over the U.S., Europe
Last week for three days, the U.S. Air Force took command of all the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's weather satellites circling the globe.
Stevens-Henager Launches High School Diploma Program
Ogden Stevens-Henager College has launched a new accredited high school diploma program as part of its Good Neighbor Initiative.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
Photographer to discuss on wet plate collodion process
Photography was a part of Quinn Jacobson's life from an early age. Both his mother and father were avid photographers, and both were accomplished in their own right.
Salt Lake Tribune
Ogden/Weber Chamber reorganizes
The Ogden/Weber Chamber of Commerce recently announced a new governing structure it hopes will accelerate growth and strengthen its impact on the community.
Mon Apr 07, 2014
Salt Lake City Weekly
Market Street Broiler Closes
Goodbye to Broiler After more than 30 years - it opened in March 1983 - the Market Street Broiler on 1300 East has closed and the property is for sale.
Sun Apr 06, 2014
3. Ogden woman ejected from vehicle in ...
A 57-year-old Ogden woman has died from injuries suffered in a single-car accident after she was ejected from her vehicle Saturday.
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25th Street exhibit revisits Ogden history
"Spotlight on 25th: The Street That Never Slept," a historical exhibit featuring the myths and legends surrounding the heart of historical Ogden, opened Friday at Ogden's Union Station.