New Ogden Winter Market to offer locally sourced food, live music

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The Ogden Winter Market kicks off Jan. 20 and runs every Saturday through Feb. 24, 2018, in the Union Station downtown.


PHOTOS: More than 400 people turn out for MLK breakfast, march in Ogden

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The gathering was around double the size of past events, according to organizer Betty Sawyer.

Police & Fire

Fire causes $75K in damage to South Weber home

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A Monday fire caused an estimated $75,000 worth of damages to a house in South Weber and displaced two residents and a cat, fire officials said.


Gov. Herbert raised $630K despite being in final term

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Gov. Gary Herbert raised nearly $630,000 in campaign contributions last year even though he has said he won't seek re-election in 2020.


GUEST COMMENTARY: Is it appropriate for mental health professionals to diagnose a

Maybe it’s time America’s psychiatrists reconsider their Goldwater Rule. The Goldwater Rule simply states that psychiatrists shouldn’t diagnose the mental health of a public figure unless they’ve personally examined the person. Naturally, if any public figures have sought mental health treatment,...


City Council to discuss community policing plan, Nifong and Forum improvements

A proposed resolution directing the city manager to develop a strategy to implement community-oriented policing is one of the big-ticket items on the Columbia City Council’s agenda Tuesday night. The council also will hold a public hearing on a plan to spend more than $12 million to rebuild...


EDITORIAL: Greitens avoids tough issues and focuses on the easy stuff in State of the

Is it possible to sidestep the ongoing drama over Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens’ extramarital affair and whether he can survive in office to talk about something at least as important? Dare we say it: We’re going to talk about issues. More specifically, we’re going to talk about all the issues that...


EDITORIAL: Greitens and Trump — the Thelma and Louise of American politics

If they ever created a “Thelma and Louise” award for most spectacular launch into the political abyss, Gov. Eric Greitens and President Donald Trump would surely be the hands-down winners. They are both first-time politicians who astounded their more experienced opponents and won election to office...


Citigroup discloses gender and racial pay gaps, plans raises

(c) 2018, Bloomberg. Citigroup said it would measure, publish and take steps to close the gaps between what it pays men and women in three countries and for U.S. minorities. The move follows a shareholder proposal filed by Boston-based Arjuna Capital and is the first of its kind by a big U.S. bank....


Oil propelled past $70 as Iraq calls for sticking to OPEC cuts

(c) 2018, Bloomberg. Oil reached new highs in London as OPEC members called for output curbs to continue, allaying concerns that the recent rally could weaken their commitment. Brent crude closed above $70 a barrel for the first time in three years after Iraqi Oil Minister Jabbar al-Luaibi said...

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