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Dan Liljenquist was preserved in Plane Crash
Dan Liljenquist Preserved in Plane Crash By Jim Mackley Dan Liljenquist has Weber County connections – not just the many political friends in the County as he runs for the U.S. Senate Seat - but has... read more
10th Grade Highest Honor Roll (4.0) Mckenna Adams, Carl Allen, Braden Amann, Alex Anderson, Johnni Arbon, Cameron Barker, Hunter Bird, Baylee Brian, Braedin Butler, Shyli Butters, Brady Carver, Erin... read more
I would like to write about the mediocrity of the Common Core standards themselves, outlining how they do not prepare student adequately for 4-year colleges, using the testimonies of educational... read more
City Censors Communication
In its February 28th meeting, the North Ogden City Council approved a resolution in an effort to tighten controls on news paper reporter's access to either a city employee, or to an elected official... read more
South Ogden 801-605-3104 The Constitution of the United States requires the use of electors in choosing the nation's president. Electors are representatives of a political party; when an individual... read more
Mrs. Jacqueline Smith met with citizens in Pleasant View, Utah, and spoke about how she could serve as Utah's new Congressman from the 1st Congressional District.  She emphasized returning to the... read more
Perry City Utah looked at a setback ordinance on March 22nd, 2012.  At the Mayor's suggestion, the ordinance was sent back to the planning commission for revision to increase the setback distance.
The Utah Water Association made a presentation to Willard City about how to get money to improve Willard's water system on March 22nd 2012
Mrs. Jacqueline Smith presented herself in Pleasant View on March 13, 2012 (Sentinel News)
One of Pleasant View's businesses, Lomond View Designs, was the spot where local citizens met Mrs. Jacqueline Smith, one of two Republican Candidates for Utah's 1st Congressional Seat - presently... read more
Block Grants Unconstitutional, Councilman Says An Example of not Heeding the Vertical Separation of Power North Ogden City Councilman, Dave Hulme, voted against a resolution on January 24th because... read more

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