Counting college students crucial for communities

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College students are one of the hardest populations to count in the U.S. Census, according to Evan Curtis, state planning coordinator at the Governor’s Office of Management and Budget. That […]

Justice in the dark

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Ogden City Justice Court spent over an hour in the dark Friday morning, leaving Judge Michael Junk’s courtroom in limbo before closing the building at 11:30 a.m. At approximately 10 […]

‘Men more than soldiers’

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All eyes were on Medal of Honor recipient Brian Miles Thacker on Nov. 8. Weber State University students, staff and members of the Reserve Officers’ Training Corps came to Lindquist […]

Sunford still not sentenced

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After nearly one year and seven continuances, sentencing is still pending for Anthony Ray Sunford for his voyeuristic behavior on campus last December. Monday morning at Ogden City Second District […]

Honoring the veteran community

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Less than 0.5 percent of the American population sign on the dotted line to serve their country, according to demographic information from the U.S. Military. Every year this country honors […]

To vape or not to vape

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After I was diagnosed with a heart condition, I became curious about vaping. This electronic cigarette appeared to be the answer to healthier tobacco use; people could have nicotine without […]