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Police & Fire

Storage shed fire in Ogden causes $15K damage

OGDEN — A storage shed fire between two apartment buildings caused an estimated $15,000 worth of damage Tuesday evening.


Police & Fire

Investigators seek 2 witnesses of campsite altercation involving county worker

UPDATE: As of 8:15 a.m. Wednesday, June 6, the Cache County Sheriff’s Office has identified both witnesses in this incident. The sheriff’s office thanked the public for their help. 


Entertainment

Holi Festival of Colors brings live music, yoga and more to Ogden

OGDEN — Looking to add some color to your life? Now’s your chance.


Local

'Like a hero': Morgan middle-schooler overcomes disability, bullying

MORGAN — The bullying started when Jackson Sommers was just a first-grader.


Local

Star Wars characters to help nearly 800 adoptable pets find homes this weekend

FARMINGTON — The abundance of wet noses, fluffy paws and cuddles available this weekend is enough to bring anyone from the dark side, even Kylo Ren.


High School

Behind the Byline: Sports Reporter Patrick Carr inspired by local teen athletes

The Standard-Examiner’s prep sports reporter, Patrick Carr, says he’s been a sports fan his whole life.


Education

Clearfield High School hosts free screening of anxiety documentary

Though anxiety disorders make up the most common mental health issue in the United States and are highly treatable, only 36.9 percent of those affected receive treatment, according to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America.


Entertainment

Perks abound for local bookworms on Independent Bookstore Day

Get ready, bookworms. Independent Bookstore Day is almost here.


Local

State auditor: Jazz tickets among Plymouth city's 'inappropriate expenditures'

PLYMOUTH — The State Auditor's Office uncovered some big expenditure issues for a small town in Box Elder County on Tuesday.


Entertainment

Where to celebrate Record Store Day 2018 in Northern Utah

OGDEN — Though many might say advancing technology will soon make physical media obsolete, the hundreds of thousands of music junkies celebrating National Record Store Day this Saturday, April 21, beg to differ.


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