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Weber Co. gets state grants to help poor kids, fight intergenerational poverty

OGDEN — Weber County’s efforts to fight intergenerational poverty and unite the varied organizations that work with those in need have yielded results — $150,000 in grant funds geared to aiding kids.


District 8 Utah House hopefuls Kyle, Waldrip focused on taxes, education

For Jason Kyle, Republican hopeful for the District 8 seat in the Utah House, taxes are the thing.


Weber County Commission candidates get $105,000 in donations, spend $96,000

OGDEN — The three-way race for seat A on the Weber County Commission has generated the most contributions and spending among the varied contests on the June 26 primary ballot.


Roy officials pull $537K ice rink proposal from budget, may reconsider later

ROY — Development of a new ice rink in Roy will have to wait at least a year.


North Ogden library reopens Saturday, $6 million upgrade complete

NORTH OGDEN — The hammering, painting and remodeling is finally winding down, and the North Branch library in North Ogden reopens on Saturday.


Weber Co. Commission hopefuls Couts, Froerer hammer Ebert on property tax hike

OGDEN —  A controversial 21-percent property tax hike Weber County commissioners approved in late 2016 has come back to haunt James Ebert in his re-election bid.


Democrats Weiland, Castillo focus on access, health care in U.S. House race

U.S. House hopeful Kurt Weiland puts the focus on access — he’d be available to constituents, if elected, and listen to them.


Weber County GOP picks replacement to fill Kerry Gibson's county commission seat

OGDEN — Scott Jenkins is the newest member of the Weber County Commission.


Roy leaders mull proposed $537K ice rink near Christmas light display

ROY — Roy officials are considering a proposal to build a $537,000 ice rink near the municipal building, adjacent to the site of the annual Christmas light display.


North Ogden hopefuls for Utah House seat focus on tax stewardship, spending

OGDEN — Both Kyle Andersen and Lisa Roskelley, vying in the June 26 primary for the District 7 Utah House seat, say they’d put the focus on scrutinizing how tax funds are spent.

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