Local

Ogden newspaper to be sold to a family newspaper company

Standard Examiner entrance

Ogden Newspapers will acquire the Standard-Examiner and standard.net website, as well as the...

Entertainment

Perks abound for local bookworms on Independent Bookstore Day

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Ogden’s Booked on 25th is among four Utah bookshops celebrating this Saturday, April 28, with numerous freebies, deals and activities for those who love to read.


Agriculture

Weber County Dairy Days comes to Ogden this weekend

Historic Weber County Dairy Days photo

An event that draws dairymen from throughout the state and Idaho, Weber County Dairy Days has been going for 91 years.


Entertainment

Northern Utah theater: 'The Christians,' '9 to 5,' 'Camelot' and more

Good Company Christians

Ogden-area community theaters are performing a variety of plays, including the Utah premiere of “The Christians” at Good Company Theatre. 


Local

Counseling center for combat veterans, families opening in North Ogden

Terry Schow

After more than 10 years of effort, readjustment counseling for combat veterans will be available in Northern Utah.


Recreation

Snowbasin adding more activities, events to this summer's fun

Snowbasin fun

Mini golf, kid’s adventure course coming later this summer, adventure trekking tower and aerial adventure course scheduled for next year.


Police & Fire

Woman enters cabin to find burglar asleep on chair, man later arrested

ONLINE ONLY Thomas Shupe mug

The man, whom police say is 36-year-old Salt Lake City resident Thomas Luke Shupe, was tracked down by law enforcement and booked in jail on two burglary charges and four felony warrants out of Salt Lake County.


Courts

Trial set for Ogden man accused of cutting man's throat, leaving him for dead

WEB ONLY Bradley Andrew Eppley

An Ogden man accused of attempting to kill a man by slitting his throat will have his case go to trial.


Track and Field

Ogden native, Boston Marathon surprise Sellers turns focus to 2020 Olympics

2011, Sarah Callister Sellers running for Weber State University

After her surprise second-place finish at the Boston marathon, Ogden native Sarah Sellers is preparing to make a run at the 2020 Summer Olympic trials


Health Care

Costly genetic testing made possible for toddler with potential gene disorder

SW 042418 Camdin Wiberg Genetic Test 04

Thanks to GoFundMe donations, 1-year-old Camdin Wiberg will undergo exome testing that would’ve cost his parents $10,000-$25,000.


Local

4 professors to retire after 176 combined years at Weber State

TR Reddy new to Weber State University

All from Weber State’s College of Social & Behavioral Sciences, Rosemary Conover (anthropology), LaRae Larkin (history), Richard Sadler (history) and T.R. Reddy (political science) are retiring this semester.


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