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Government

Fate of Utah event with redface Native American portrayal handed to committee

Sham Battle

Both sides say they need to take a hard look at event that puts white re-enactors in redface for a war with Mormon pioneers and U.S. soldiers.


Food

7 Indian food restaurants to try in the Ogden area — including delivery options

indian food chicken tikka masala

In the mood for some chicken tikka masala or saag paneer? Try one of these Ogden-area Indian food restaurants, some of which are the best rated on Yelp. 


Entertainment

Fall into autumn with these Northern Utah weekend events

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Looking for something fun to do this weekend? Here’s a look at the events happening in Northern Utah, including the Harvest Moon Celebration, autumn equinox celebrations, book discussions and more.


Transportation

Layton getting new I-15 crossing, officials foresee smoother traffic flow

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Work started in July, pilings for the bridge over I-15 are being installed and the work is to finish by the spring of 2018.


Courts

Roy Eagles selling building to pay for severe workplace injury lawsuit

Roy Eagles may lose building after lawsuit judgment

The Fraternal Order of Eagles Roy Aerie 3355 is losing ownership of its building after it missed a workers’ compensation insurance payment just before an employee suffered severe burns in the kitchen. The club couldn’t pay her medical bills and she sued, winning a $642,000 judgment.


Local

Bountiful leaders move forward with plaza plans at site of ex-Stoker building

Stoker building

Some $3.5 million has been set aside for the project, meant to spur activity around the city center.


Police & Fire

19-year-old arrested for allegedly shooting man after argument in Layton

Julian Jay Roldan

Julian Jay Roldan was arrested on multiple charges stemming from an alleged Wednesday shooting in Layton. 


Local

Former Weber County clerk/auditor remembered for 'tireless public service'

Greg Haws remembered for passionate work

Greg Haws, a former Weber County clerk-auditor-treasurer, was remembered for making many positive impacts on the community through his service.


Local

Alvin Cobabe, father of Powder Mountain, dies at 99

POWDER MOUNTAIN MAYOR

Alvin Cobabe was just 55 days shy of his 100th birthday when he died last week, but a list of his life’s accomplishments is enough to fill two centuries.


Local

Officials hopeful Uintah fire won't increase likelihood of mudslides

Mudslide worries

Long before the Uintah fire was out, or even partially contained, Lance Peterson was already worrying about the water to come.


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