Liz Cala wishes her brother could have met her three children. Older by five years, Brett Cala was 34 when he died by suicide in 2008.
The 2018 Rally for Mental Illness and Addiction Recovery brought hundreds into the rotunda at the Utah State Capitol building Tuesday, Feb. 20, 2018, in Salt Lake City.
January might not have brought much snow to the Ogden area, but it did bring plenty of winter sports and a few flying mountain goats. These are some of the best shots from the Standard-Examiner photojournalists last month.
2017 was a colorful and dramatic year in Northern Utah. It was a year full of celebration and heartbreak. A year of fires, families and floods. These are the photos of the year from the photojournalists at the Standard-Examiner.
Christmas came early to Doxey Elementary as hundreds of Vikings swarmed the halls Wednesday, Dec. 20, carrying bags of presents. More than 320 student volunteers from Viewmont High School participated in the annual Vikings Give Fundraiser, raising more than $80,000.
More than 320 students from Viewmont High School participated in the annual Vikings Give Fundraiser, raising more than $80,000 to bring Christmas to students at Doxey Elementary School in Sunset. Each child from pre-school to sixth grade was paired with a Viking and had up to $75 worth of gifts delivered to them Thursday morning, Dec. 28.
Everything was unravelling. Panic and severe depression were overwhelming Meradith Frasier and she couldn’t understand why. She always knew she wanted to be a mom, but even before the birth of her first child in 2002, she felt something wasn’t right.
OGDEN, Utah (AP) — Retirement is proving to be a huge change filled with “firsts” for one Fruit Heights resident.