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“The grief, the loss and the stigma surrounding suicide makes it all really hard,” said Emily Hoerner, Utah chapter chair for AFSP. “Everyone grieves differently and so you have to figure out your own way through.”
UDOT Region One budgeted $5.2 million for snow removal this year. Before Friday’s storm, only 35 percent of that money had been used so far.
Residents living near the site of the project in Barker Park worry about noise and other disruptions brought on by the facility, already taking shape.
Weber Housing Authority considers homeless man’s continuing journey to a stable, housed life a great success story.
Bennett Thurgood and his family moved into the home in late 2014 but later filed suit against the builders and moved out in 2016 because of extensive cracking and deterioration of the land beneath it.
County officials have made economic development a priority, seeking input from consultants and others, and one apparent goal will be boosting the median income here.
The Dicio Group received a $94,500 contract with the county to help with marketing and a company rep updated county commissioners on its efforts.
An internationally renowned artist is bringing his work that combines West African spirituality with concerns about violence and killings of black men to Utah for the first time with a free exhibit at Weber State University.
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Ten local restaurants were nominated by Standard-Examiner readers as having the best chips and salsa or nachos.