The mighty begins to fall

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Demolition for the Science Lab building began July 15. By mid-afternoon, the west side of the building already had an exposed cavity marking the start of an estimated two-week demolition […]

News Quiz 7/15

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1. Which member of President Trump’s cabinet resigned July 12 under scrutiny of a case tried in 2008? a. Mike Pompeo, Secretary of State b. Alex Acosta, Secretary of Labor […]

Ogden community takes part in national “Lights for Liberty” Protest

Culture/Diversity, News

According to USA Today, over 700 cities participated in the Lights for Liberty protest on July 12; Ogden was one of those cities. The community gathered to express their thoughts […]

Rooster’s Summer of Love celebrates new development on B Street

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Roosters’ Summer of Love featured live music, brewery tours, a wide selection of brews and Lucky Slice pizza. If that all isn’t enough, they also had rubber duck races in […]

An evening stroll on 25th Street

Arts & Entertainment, Ogden Community/Events, Visual Arts

Seth Hadlock — a WSU alumnus, local artist and rancher — also does western wildlife art. Hadlock primarily utilizes charcoal in his art after finding his passion as a student […]