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Bringing Together All Faiths for the National Day of Prayer

Ogden—May 7 marks the 64th annual National Day of Prayer in the United States, and the Religious Liberty Council of Weber County will be hosting an event on May 6 for the community to help everyone prepare for that day. The event will be held at the Ogden Tabernacle located at 2133 Washington Blvd., and will start at 7:00 pm. It is open up to anyone who wishes to attend, regardless of their religious affiliations and admittance is free.

The Real Cost of Recreation- How many parks is enough?

Brigham City--With a population of just under 19,000 people, it would be expected that the lovely town of Brigham City would have a park or two for the enjoyment of the people. Well how about eleven? Add to that a seasonal swimming pool, a pickle ball court, a golf course, and an up-coming recreation center and what you end up with is a hefty price for the tax payer. What most people don’t realize when they vote for these recreational items is that they are voting to pay for them out of their own pocket.

From United States Grand Jury

ALERT!!! - See attached Writ Mandamus concerning Martial Law in America:

NOTE: You are NOT receiving multiple faxes of the same writs, they are multiple writs addressing numerous issues and commanding obedience of our elected servants.

Farr West City Council Revokes WISCO Business License

During the January 22 Farr West City Council meeting, members unanimously voted to revoke the business license for WISCO, Inc for failure to comply with required upgrades to the property in accordance with the site plan created by the City Planning Commission, including erecting a fence to divide the business property from private land and constructing an asphalt driveway.

Friends for Life, Both on and off the Field

Farr West/Plain City – It’s Saturday morning and seven friends and their moms are eating breakfast together at Jeremiah's in Ogden. It may not seem like a very special event, but for these friends and moms, it’s a fun time to be able to catch up with one another and reflect on all the fun memories they’ve had together. So what makes this group so special? All seven young men played soccer together out at Fremont High School as well as all serving missions for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Public Outcry Over Purposed Wood-burning Ban

The Utah Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) hosted several public meetings in Tooele, Box Elder, Cache, Salt Lake, Davis and Weber Counties to get citizen input on several proposed policies, including a complete ban on the use of wood burning stoves and fireplaces from Nov 1 through March 15 each year.

 

Water Year Worries

It’s no mystery that Utah is considered a desert, especially with the above normal temperatures of February and little precipitation that occurred that month. People may be wondering what this all means for Utah’s water year. Will there be enough water in the spring or summer? Is there a possibility of a drought? Looking at the facts may help alleviate some worries; but, needless to say, there’s a lot going on of which people need to be aware.

Friends for Life, Both on and off the Field

Farr West/Plain City – It’s Saturday morning and seven friends and their moms are eating breakfast together at Jeremiah's in Ogden. It may not seem like a very special event, but for these friends and moms, it’s a fun time to be able to catch up with one another and reflect on all the fun memories they’ve had together. So what makes this group so special? All seven young men played soccer together out at Fremont High School as well as all serving missions for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Good Bill Alert: SB 256 (Carry "Unloaded" Firearms Concealed) in Committee TOMORROW

(Alert for 3/2/15): SB 256 would "allow" adults (21 or older) to carry concealed firearms in an "unloaded" condition without a government concealed carry "permit".  Adults could possess concealed firearms in this "unloaded" condition in areas currently authorized to concealed carry government "permit" holders only (with the exclusion of any school or university grounds).
 

Bad Bill Alert for 2/4/15: HB 37: Gun Control By Bureaucrats

HB 37: Gun Control By Bureaucrats
HB 37 reauthorizes numerous "administrative rules" created by unelected bureaucrats that have the same effect as state statute. These include gun controls and many other subversions of your natural rights.

HB 37 is particularly significant in that it demonstrates the lackadaisical, lazy, and compliant nature of Utah's supposed "gun rights champions".  Rather than rein in the bureaucrats, they prefer to carte blanche approve their corruption.

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