Express Lane rate hike approved by commission, proposal now goes to legislature


The Utah Transportation Commission has approved a rate hike for use of the Express Lane system on...


Ogden mulls providing $100,000 to Allegiant Air to help market new flights

Allegiant Ogden

The airline company launched service from Ogden to Los Angeles on Oct. 5 and is set to start flying to Las Vegas next month.


Officials say I-84 interchange in Mountain Green needs to be replaced — and soon


The present configuration of one of Interstate 84's busiest Utah interchanges isn't cutting the mustard, according to local elected officials and Utah ski industry insiders.


Ogden City hopes new downtown apartments will help push neighborhood’s economy


Construction has been completed on a set of city-incentivized apartments Ogden City officials hope will bolster the downtown area’s economy.


Ogden City Council race features bus operator, neighborhood program director

Ogden Ward 1

Paul Rivers and Angela Choberka are vying for the Ward 1 post, now held by Neil Garner, who isn’t seeking re-election after two terms.


Ogden candidate's confiscated political sign flares into larger controversy

Greiner political sign

The removal of a sign touting Ogden City Council hopeful Lew Wheelwright from outside a business near the Ogden airport has prompted charges of political meddling and a sheriff’s office inquiry.

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Kids' swim coach arrested in Davis County for allegedly possessing child porn

Christian Taylor Valcarce

A Davis County man has been accused of possessing child pornography.


Digital genealogy expert to speak at Ogden FamilySearch Library

Bob Ives and his wife Dawn Ives will speak in Ogden.

Those who’d like to learn more about using digital resources to research their families’ histories are invited to a free lecture being given by a technology and genealogy expert in Ogden.


Ogden's White seeks new council term, faces Wheelwright, 'a disruptive force'

Ogden City Council A

The two are vying for the At-Large A seat on the Ogden City Council, one of four seats on the body up for grabs this election cycle.


Ogden architect, Habitat for Humanity unveil $6M plan to build, rehab homes

Lead BZ 101717 Habitat for Humanity 01-1

The plan, geared to lower-income residents, could have a “huge” impact on the target area, south of 26th Street, from Washington Boulevard west to Wall Avenue, a proponent says.


Youth Impact family celebrates 25 years

SW Youth Impact 25 Years

Youth Impact started in the basement of The Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd in 1992 in Ogden, and over the past 25 years has grown into an extended family.

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