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Alvin Cobabe, father of Powder Mountain, dies at 99

EDEN — Alvin Cobabe was just 55 days shy of his 100th birthday when he died last week, but a list of his life’s accomplishments is enough to fill two centuries.


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Merging of IASIS, Steward health care companies could impact Northern Utah

OGDEN — The impact of an impending merger between two for-profit hospital operators will ripple through Northern Utah, but exact details are still scarce.


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Two-year study aims to overhaul UTA fare collection system

OGDEN — The Utah Transit Authority is looking to overhaul its fare collection system and is dedicating nearly two years of research to make it happen.


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Construction on relocated North Ogden skate park finally started

NORTH OGDEN — It’s been a long haul, but it appears a relocated skate park in North Ogden will finally be a reality.


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As kayaking event returns to Ogden River, watch out for high, fast moving water

OGDEN — The Ogden River will soon flow at about 10 times its normal summertime capacity as local kayakers do something they haven’t been able to in six years.


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PHOTOS: Single-engine plane crashes in Roy

A single-engine plane crashed on Tuesday, Sept. 12, 2017, near 1900 W. 4650 South in Roy. Both the pilot and the driver of a vehicle struck by the plane as it crashed survived.


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2017 Utah Humanities Book Festival kicks off soon, with 16 events in Ogden area

OGDEN — For the next six weeks, literature will be king in Utah — particularly in Weber County.


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New business coming to long-vacant King's building in North Ogden

NORTH OGDEN — A vacant building that’s been an albatross for North Ogden’s commercial district for more than a decade will be open for business soon.


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Survey: Negative opinions about Ogden police more likely among minorities

OGDEN — While Ogden residents have a generally positive opinion of the police, minorities and individuals living in “high-risk” areas of the city are more likely to have negative perceptions, according to a new survey. 


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Huntsville monastery officially closed, campaign to preserve legacy continues

HUNTSVILLE — The gates were still open at the Abbey of Our Lady of the Holy Trinity on Friday, but the Huntsville monastery is closed for good.


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