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North Ogden plans for new detention basin/wading pond spark concerns, debate

NORTH OGDEN — Lots of free-range kids roam Nelli Mangel’s quiet neighborhood — on scooters, on bikes and on foot.


Centerville protestors target proposed Wyoming immigration jail serving Utah

CENTERVILLE — With the separation of immigrant families at the U.S.-Mexico border in the news and immigrant detention centers around the country seemingly getting more and more crowded, Hillary McDaniel figured she had to take a stand.


S. Ogden, N. Ogden, Pleasant View, Ogden rec facilities to share grant funds

OGDEN — Four existing or planned recreational facilities in Weber County, including new parks taking shape in South Ogden and Pleasant View, will share $1.29 million in grant money for continued development.


U.S. Sen. Lee crafts bill to limit president's ability to create monuments in Utah

WASHINGTON — U.S. Sen. Mike Lee has introduced legislation to limit the ability of the president to expand a national monument in Utah, a hot issue in the state stemming from the creation of Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante national monuments.


Rep. Bishop introduces Daylight Act, giving states more leeway to set clocks

WASHINGTON — U.S. Rep. Rob Bishop wants individual states to have more leeway in deciding whether to spring forward and fall back.


Nordic Valley expansion plans generate criticism, questions in North Ogden

NORTH OGDEN — Developers behind plans to expand the Nordic Valley ski resort may be in for a scrap with some North Ogden residents leery of proposals to build a 4.3-mile, mountain-crossing gondola between the complex and the city.


UTA rep for Weber, Davis, Box Elder counties pared to 2 Davis Co. hopefuls

OGDEN — The representative for Weber, Davis and Box Elder counties to the revamped Utah Transportation Authority Board of Trustees now taking shape will come from a winnowed pool of two hopefuls, both from Davis County.


Roy prohibits car washes from commercial areas, spurred by Warrens brouhaha

ROY — Some in Roy think there are already enough places to get a car wash, at least in the city’s main commercial zones.


Weber Co.'s Hispanic population up, outpaces white growth rate

OGDEN — The Hispanic share of Weber County’s population is up, according to the latest U.S. Census Bureau population estimates.


Ogden Mexicans, Mexican-Americans rooting for El Tri in World Cup play

OGDEN — Mario Matamoros, originally from the Mexican state of Puebla, has lived in the United States for years and now calls Ogden home.

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