Dust off those cowboy boots because it’s time for Ogden Pioneer Days - Utah’s biggest and best statehood celebration. The month of July takes us back to the Old West, the days of the pioneers and brings the community together to create memories to last a lifetime. So, put on that cowboy hat and come along “For the Ride!”
Summer is just around the corner, and that means steak fresh off the grill, frozen treats and corn on the cob.
For over 10 years, Chef Geraldine Sepulveda was known throughout Ogden for her one-of-a-kind Italian dishes at Zucca Ristorante. In 2017, she left Zucca to open her own restaurant — Stellas American & Italian Bistro in Syracuse.
Woodworking has always been a huge part of 73-year-old Craig Tatton’s life, but after being diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease, it’s what kept him going.
With my face feeling dry and rough from the cold winter months, I decided to have a micro peel done at Timeless Medical Spa and Weight Loss Clinic in South Ogden. To be honest, before my appointment I knew very little about what a micro peel was but was excited to give it a try.
The dog days of summer are just around the corner and that means lazy days at the pool, paddle boarding at the lake or just relaxing on the deck with a good book.
In 2007, Larry and Tina Norton opened the popular Italian ice and gelata business Zeppes. But in 2012, a cancer diagnosis changed everything.
People with food allergies often live a life that’s difficult, one of isolation and fear, but Dr. Douglas Jones at Tanner Clinic in Layton is giving them hope.
A bump or hit to the head while playing sports or from a fall may not seem like a big issue, but it actually is. It could be a concussion.