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Business

Weber County economic development head out as officials rework approach

This story was updated at 3:25 p.m. Wednesday to include comments from Douglas Larsen.


Local

Roy's new mayor takes aim at business growth, trimming taxes, annexation

ROY — Two weeks in, Bob Dandoy, the newly elected mayor here, has an ambitious agenda.


Local

Ogden library upgrade taking longer than expected, March re-opening still eyed

OGDEN — The contractor upgrading the Weber County Library System main branch here needs more time and has been given until Feb. 6 to do the work.


Police & Fire

Weber County Sheriff Terry Thompson won't seek re-election to third term

Editor’s note: A typo in a quote from Lane Findlay has been corrected. We regret the error. 


Local

Rural Weber County residents bristle at development, but growth is coming

TAYLOR — The dense development of Salt Lake County, Shae Bitton says, is gradually edging northward as Utah’s population booms.


Local

Marriott-Slaterville Mayor Keith Butler reflects on his career as leader

WASHINGTON TERRACE — Marriott-Slaterville Mayor Keith Butler, who will formally step down in a little over a week, doesn’t have major plans on retiring as the city’s first and, so far, only chief executive.


Politics

Utah House member, former senator eye bids for Weber County Commission seats

OGDEN — A current Utah House member and a former Utah state senator are mulling bids for the Weber County Commission in elections this year.


Politics

Weber County voters to pick federal, state, county hopefuls in '18 balloting

OGDEN — Weber County voters will have plenty of candidates to choose from in elections this year.


Business

Weber County leaders aim for growth, development by fostering culture, arts

OGDEN — Economic development isn’t just about tax incentives, the local business climate and availability of industrial space.


Education

Ogden school officials weigh moving ahead with Ben Lomond HS gym upgrade

OGDEN — Ogden School District officials haven’t given up on the slate of projects in the $106.5 million bond proposal narrowly shot down by voters last November.


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