LAYTON — An effort to rescue a few cats and dogs has turned into a full-time job for one local woman.
In 2008, Gabrielle Johnson was going through a divorce and started to fall into a deep depression. She said she was afraid she was
Several power outages plagued the Top of Utah Saturday afternoon.
The outage that caused the fewest amount of customers to be without power probably had the most impact. A power pole caught fire in West Point Saturday afternoon, causing power
SALT LAKE CITY—The Royals didn’t just want a big crowd at the 4-A state championship football game. They expected it.
The game was a storybook David versus Goliath matchup: the legacy program of Timpview, winner of seven state
OGDEN — The show might not go on — one of Ogden’s most beloved summertime cultural events appears to be in real jeopardy.
The 2015 Ogden Arts Festival at the Union Station, a long-held Ogden tradition that takes place each
BOUNTIFUL — Surprised by the margin of victory, city officials are enthusiastic about the possibilities renewed passage of a recreation, arts and parks tax will give them going forward.
Members of the city council met briefly Tuesday to