Community

Ogden 1st-grader wins Happy Hands soap dispenser art contest

OGDEN — A local first-grader scrubbed up the competition with a clean design that will soon be featured on soap dispensers.


Local

Former homeless boy turned Olympian joins Lantern House staff

OGDEN — There’s a new light at the Lantern House Homeless Shelter.


Local

Christian concert to feature plane crash survivor

OGDEN — Christian singer, humorist and songwriter Don Wharton will share his “encouraging and uplifting” message designed to inspire greater service to Jesus Christ at St. Paul Lutheran Church on Tuesday, May 1.


Faith

Ogden churches to join in National Day of Prayer

OGDEN — The public is invited to pray in front of the steps of the Ogden Municipal Building starting at 11:45 a.m. Thursday, May 3, in observance of the National Day of Prayer.


State

This 14-year-old cowboy poet may surprise you

OGDEN, Utah (AP) — At 14 years old and 5 feet 5 inches tall, cowboy poet Thatch Elmer may have to physically look up to many of his cohorts, but there are plenty who admiringly look up to him.


Local

DaVinci Academy students place 2nd in national songwriting contest

Editor’s note: This story has been updated with additional quotes from one of the participating students.


Rodeo

3 to compete for Miss Rodeo Ogden title Saturday

OGDEN — The public is invited to attend portions of the Miss Rodeo Ogden pageant Saturday, April 28.


Agriculture

Weber County Dairy Days comes to Ogden this weekend

OGDEN — The Weber County Dairy Days is coming to the Golden Spike Event Center Friday and Saturday.


Cooking

How to make heavenly zucchini bread: 2 recipes, plus some tips

April 25 is National Zucchini Bread Day and a good excuse to experiment with the simple yet heavenly homemade bread.


Local

4 professors to retire after 176 combined years at Weber State

OGDEN — Weber State University is saying goodbye to four professors who have logged 176 combined years teaching at the institution.


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