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A historic week at Tewksbury: Ogden, the best in the league on bars | Sports

SALEM, NH — When asked about her performance that night, Tewksbury Memorial High School junior Amanda Ogden said, “I was really nervous because there are so many great gymnasts here. I went four for four on my events and I’m proud of how I did, I thought I did well. …

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Ogden organization helps end homelessness

OGDEN, Utah (ABC4) — Ogden City leaders say the homeless population is growing. However, a municipal program is working with organizations and families in the area to be proactive and find the root of the problem. This teamwork aims to get as many people as possible off the street, into …

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Prep Basketball Roundup: Ogden Girls Score 1st Round Playoff Upset | News, Sports, Jobs

NEPHI — Ogden High Women’s Basketball beat No. 15 Juab 13-3 in the second quarter to power an upset first-round 3A State Tournament on Tuesday as the Tigers outscored Wasps 53-45. Ashley Christensen scored 20 points for No. 18 Ogden (7-16), made three 3-pointers, shot 5-of-6 …

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Yes, a pilot really survived being sucked into a plane in 1990

In early 2022, an old story about an extraordinary mid-air near-miss resurfaced on social media. For example, on February 10, “Historical Photographs” writes on facebook: In 1990, Flight 5390 captain Timothy Lancaster was sucked out of his own plane when the plane’s window fell. The crew held the captain’s legs …

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Ben Lomond, Ogden Boys’ Basketball Set for State Playoff Rematch; 3A/2A brackets released | News, Sports, Jobs

BRIAN WOLFER, Special to Standard Examiner Ben Lomond’s Caleb Alexander (30) paces the floor as Ogden’s Jace Oliverson (3) defends Friday January 21, 2022 at Ogden High School. (BRIAN WOLFER, Special to Standard Examiner) Next on the Prep Basketball Playoff File: Iron HORSE Part 3. The Ben …

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Lynda Cleverly Obituary (1939 – 2022) – Ogden, UT

Lynda Blanch artfullyApril 1, 1939 ~ February 6, 2022Lynda Blanch Cleverly, 82, died at her home on Sunday, February 6, 2022, following a long illness, surrounded by her family. Lynda was born on April 1, 1939 in Ogden, Utah, the daughter of Ralph Anthony and Edna Louise Sharp Blanch. She …

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Ogden Valley man hopes to start new party to challenge Senator Mike Lee | News, Sports, Jobs

1 / 3 Mike Seguin discusses his efforts to create the Utah Bull-Moose Party at the offices of the Standard-Examiner on Friday, Feb. 4, 2022. He hopes to run for the U.S. Senate under the party’s banner. Tim Vandenack, Standard Examiner 2 / 3 The Utah Bull-Moose party …

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Another form of racial segregation

OGDEN, Utah (ABC4) – In 2022, many would-be home buyers are being pushed off the market due to soaring prices, but did you know that for decades Utahns could be denied homes because of their race? ? Over the past year, researchers at Weber State University have begun digging into …

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Nell Nolan: Rex – Founders Ball; Ogden “O” What a night! | Parties/Society

The art of matter Royal longevity “The exhibit is simply stunning,” said Catherine Bohwho has the double distinction within the “family” of the Rex Organization of being the wife of a king, the late Robert H. Boh, and mother of His Majesty in 2019, Robert S.Boh. She was praising the …

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Stiles pierces the buzzer-beater to lift Lady Griz past Weber State on Thursday – Skyline Sports

THE GAME Montana Lady Griz took a 10-day hiatus due to pandemic-related postponements before hosting Weber State on Thursday night in Missoula. The last time Montana took the field, UM fell 73-59 to rival Montana State. UM lost 66-56 in Ogden, Utah to Weber State on New Years Day in …

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6 Weber County Senior Candidates for U.S. Presidential Scholars Program | News, Sports, Jobs

Photos provided Six applicants from Weber County high schools were selected for the U.S. Presidential Scholars Program. They are, in the top row, Fisher Cooper and Wyatt Smith from Fremont High School and Camryn Sheen from Weber High School. Those pictured in the bottom row, from left, …

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Start of construction of the Double Track NWI project

The Northern Indiana Commuter Transportation District (NICTD) announced that it has issued a Notice of Commencement to the Walsh/Herzog joint venture for construction of the Double Track Northwest Indiana (DT-NWI) project. The notice to proceed marks the start of construction work on a second track, which will eliminate train interference …

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Obituary of Gerald “Jerry” Charles Barron

Gerald “Jerry” Charles Barron Gerald “Jerry”, Charles Barron, 62, of Adrian, formerly of Temperance and Newport, MI, died Thursday, January 27, 2022. He will be inducted Wednesday, February 2, 2022 at Ogden Church, Adrian, MI, of 10 AM until services at 11 a.m. Pastor Brandon Rickard will officiate. Cremation will …

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Schmaltz Deli heads for Ogden Avenue in Lisle

Above / For months customers of Schmaltz Delicatessen have been anticipating moving day when the well-known restaurant moves to a larger space at 3011 Ogden Avenue in Lisle. Moving trucks were in front of Schmaltz Delicatessen at Tower Crossings on Wednesday January 26, but PN columnist and independent business owner …

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Robert Blakley Obituary (1948 – 2022) – Ogden, UT

gone fishingRobert F Blakley passed away on January 24, 2022 from esophageal cancer surrounded by his family. Bob or Stubby as those who loved him called him was born in Ogden on February 29, 1948 to Lyle Blakley and Verla Walker Blakley. He attended Weber County Schools and Weber State …

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Relief? Weber County’s COVID-19 Caseload May Begin to Drop Soon | News, Sports, Jobs

TIM VANDENACK, Standard Examiner Maj. Spencer Lowe of the Utah Army National Guard inspects vaccination equipment at a COVID-19 vaccination clinic Tuesday, July 13, 2021, at West Ogden Park. OGDEN – The new number of COVID-19 cases may soon begin to decline in Weber and Morgan counties, the chief of …

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Weber State changes structure to increase campus diversity

Weber State University in Ogden on Tuesday announced its biggest change to the school’s organizational structure in nearly 30 years. It consolidates five existing programs, centers and offices into a new division called Equity, Diversity and Inclusion. (Kristin Murphy, Deseret News) Estimated reading time: 5-6 minutes OGDEN — In the …

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Madonna’s quick start key to CCHS win | News, Sports, Jobs

Michael D. McElwain DRIVING THE PAINT – Madonna’s Santo Dobraska drives the paint past Catholic Central’s Evan Long during Friday’s game. STEUBENVILLE — Madonna scored the first 16 points in her match with Catholic Central Friday and earned a 63-34 triumph inside Mickey Barber Gymnasium. Anthony Mascio, Matt Amaismeier and …

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Acclaimed duo Jamestown Revival in Ogden and Aggie at the end of the month

Jamestown Revival ‘Young Man’ album cover. Photo of Jamestown Revival. Extra, Extra! Read all about it! Jamestown Revival will be at Ogden Theater in Denver on January 27 THEN in Aggie Theater in Fort Collins on the 29th! Bandmates Jonathan Clay and Zach Chance are currently on tour in support …

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Prep basketball roundup: Oliverson 3 at buzzer gives Ogden boys victory at South Summit | News, Sports, Jobs

KAMAS — Jace Oliverson hit a 3-pointer at the overtime buzzer to give Ogden High boys basketball a dramatic 61-58 overtime win at South Summit on Friday night. Oliverson led the Tigers (7-6, 1-1 Region 13) with 15 points on five 3-pointers. Assisting the game-winning shot, Alex Howard, scored 14 …

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Mayors Show Camaraderie and Look to Future Growth | Local news

The Hardin County Chamber of Commerce kicked off its first Membership Luncheon for the New Year on Wednesday, welcoming mayors from the county’s three largest cities to reflect on 2021 and provide a glimpse of what’s to come. One thing the three discussed in common was Ford’s $ 5.8 billion …

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Weber County’s COVID-19 count rises, but mask’s warrant is not in sight | News, Sports, Jobs

Screenshot of the Weber County Commission online meeting Weber-Morgan Health Department Director Brian Cowan in a screenshot of an online call on Monday, Jan.10, 2022, with Weber County Commissioners on the COVID-19 workload in the Weber and Morgan counties. OGDEN – As across state and nation, the Number of COVID-19 …

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Tri Cities Civil War Roundtable Presents Rare Wednesday Program | Sunday Stories

Submitted by Wayne Strong The Tri Cities Civil War Roundtable will welcome Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park historian Jim Ogden to Kingsport for a rare Wednesday night program. Ogden will present “Wauhatchie: The Rise of the 11th and 12th Corps to War in the West” on January 12 at …

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Rich Stoney | News, Sports, Jobs

1954 – 2022 Fielding, UT – Rich Stoney passed away on Saturday, January 1, 2022. Rich was born on December 8, 1954 to Dorene Stoney (Bill Stoney) in Ogden, UT. He grew up in Harrisville, UT, where he attended Weber High School. He married his high school best friend and …

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Ogden sees increase in fires caused by homeless people

OGDEN, Utah (ABC4) – In June, an apartment building under construction caught fire in Ogden. Dry conditions and high winds quickly spread the blaze which destroyed several nearby homes. Shortly after the fire was brought under control, the Ogden Fire Department concluded it was man-made. However, a suspect has still …

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Mask tenure returns after Manhattan school board vote

MANHATTAN (KSNT) – The Manhattan-Ogden USD 383 School District Board met on Monday evening to discuss the possibility of applying a mask warrant in light of the recent increase in COVID cases. Manhattan changes mask requirements for city-operated buildings The board welcomed Dr Ryan Knopp and Dr Kate Dove from …

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Stanley McKinnon “Mac” Wilson III | News, Sports, Jobs

August 24, 1958 – December 29, 2021 Stanley McKinnon “Mac” Wilson III, 63, passed away peacefully at his home on Wednesday, December 29, 2021. He was born on August 24, 1958 in Ogden, Utah, to Stanley McKinnon, Jr. and Maria Joyce Hopkins Wilson. He graduated from Weber High School Class …

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Prep Basketball Rally: Northridge Girls Upset Mountain Ridge | News, Sports, Jobs

HERRIMAN – The Northridge High women’s basketball led 27-23 at halftime en route to a surprise 50-44 road win at 6A Mountain Ridge (9-2) on Thursday. Kate Tueller led Northridge (5-5) with 11 points. Aubree Reeve and Madison Hosino each scored 10 points and Hali’a Mislang-Darden added nine. SYRACUSE 59, …

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Part of 25th Street closed from January due to construction of the Ogden Express route

OGDEN, Utah (ABC4) – Starting Monday, January 3, 25th Street will be closed between Washington Boulevard and Jefferson Avenue. The closure is an attempt to speed up the reconstruction of the Ogden Express (OGX) and the development of the Jefferson Avenue station. Courtesy of UTA 25th Street is slated to …

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Former captain Gary Neville has called Manchester United players ‘wingebags’

Gary Neville called Manchester United players “chickens” and criticized Cristiano Ronaldo for not applauding club supporters, while interim manager Ralf Rangnick said his players lacked aggressiveness during a 1-1 draw at Newcastle. Edinson Cavani’s second-half equalizer saved a point for United against relegation-threatened Newcastle, who scored first thanks to Allan …

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Leonard resigns as local superintendent for Buckeye | News, Sports, Jobs

File photo by Shelley Hanson Kim Leonard, superintendent of the local Buckeye school district, stands inside one of the early intervention education rooms at the renovated Buckeye South Primary School following damage of water caused by a blocked roof drain last fall. Buckeye local school district superintendent Kim Leonard resigned …

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The ground is broken for the expansion of MRI | Business

LINCOLN CITY – It was a cold and rainy day, but that didn’t dampen enthusiasm as Samaritan North Lincoln Hospital inaugurated a 2,500 square foot MRI addition on December 13. “Our replacement hospital opened in February 2020 and has been designed for future expansion as needed,” said hospital CEO Dr …

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Anna J. Lang, Ph.D. | News, Sports, Jobs

December 3, 1948 – December 13, 2021 Dr. Anna J. Lang (Elliott) passed away on December 13, 2021 at the age of 73. She was a beloved daughter, wife, mother and grandmother and she will be dearly missed. She attended UCLA, where she received all of her degrees, culminating in …

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Who sang “Jingle Bell Rock”? – Hamilton County Journalist

Posted By: The Journalist December 19, 2021 This week in Indiana history … 1867 – Sarah Breedlove was born in Louisiana. She went into business and, under the name Madame CJ Walker, established a cosmetics company in Indianapolis. She was hugely successful and became the first American woman to win …

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Broken ground for MRI expansion at Lincoln City Hospital

It was a cold and rainy day, but that did not dampen enthusiasm as Samaritan North Lincoln Hospital inaugurated a 2,500 square foot MRI addition on Monday. “Our replacement hospital opened in February 2020 and has been designed for future expansion as needed,” said hospital CEO Lesley Ogden, MD. “Shortly …

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ANOTHER DEATH FROM OVERDOSAGE AT TRAP HOUSE ON OGDEN STREET – Lake Superior News

THUNDER BAY, ONTARIO ~~~~~ December 15, 2021 (LSNews) Sources from nside Edition say there was another overdose death at the infamous 311 Ogden Street trap house today, Wednesday, December 15, 2021 Hard-working Thunder Bay police officers have been on the scene for a few hours now and the funeral home …

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Denver employee Wendy accused of exposing himself to a customer

DENVER – Following a recent report from Denver7 Investigates, a Denver woman says she now lives in fear because a man who she says victimized her was released on a personal engagement. “When I turned my head I said, ‘Oh my god! “I said no, no, please, no,” said the …

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KMAland Wrestling (12/11): Becerra, Porter, Stutzman win CB Classic championships | Sports

(KMAland) – Three KMAlanders won CB Classic titles, Bedford / Lenox won their home championship, Kuemper showed well in Ogden and more KMAland Wrestling on Saturday. Classic Wrestling Bluffs Board Three KMAlanders won championships while Underwood finished third at Council Bluffs Wrestling Classic. Eli Becerra of Missouri Valley won the …

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Perry’s wrestlers take on three opponents in Ogden

Perry’s Cole Nelson won the 138-pound bracket at the Dan Hill Invite in Harlan on Saturday. He 3-0 Tuesday at Ogden. Photo submitted. OGDEN, Iowa – Perry was 1-2 on the Ogden Quadrangle scoring team on Tuesday. Perry beat Colfax-Mingo, 46-33, but lost duels against Woodward-Granger (60-21) and Ogden (52-30). …

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Obituary of Louis Henry Callister (1935 – 2021) – Ogden, UT

LOUIS HENRY CALLISTER, JR.Louis Henry Callister, Jr., (86), passed away on December 5, 2021 in Bountiful, Utah, surrounded by his family and loved ones.Louis was born August 11, 1935, son of Isabel Barton and Louis H. Callister, Sr. He was the eldest of two children, his younger sister Sharee Callister …

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WG wrestlers win Field Invite for fifth consecutive year

The Woodward-Granger wrestlers won the Dennis Field Invitational on Saturday for the fifth consecutive season. Photo submitted. WOODWARD, Iowa – Good things can, apparently, come in five. The Woodward-Granger wrestlers won five consecutive tag team championships at the Dennis Field Invitational on Saturday. WG led the 10-team event with 204.5 …

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Ogden Wellness Weekend presented by WVU Medicine back on track for 2022 | News, Sports, Jobs

Competitors fight their way through the 2019 Tough as Nails Urban Challenge during Ogden Wellness Weekend. This year, Tough as Nails, presented by The Health Plan, will feature even more obstacles and a longer course. (File photo) WHEELING – For the first time in two years, this Memorial Day weekend, …

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OCA exhibition explores the body-landscape connection through female eyes | News, Sports, Jobs

1/6 Chelsea Call’s “Muley Memory 1” will be exhibited as part of “LAND BODY” presented by Ogden Contemporary Arts from December 10 to February 20. Photo provided 2/6 This still from the video shows a scene from “Wasl” by Sama Alshaibi, which is part of “LAND BODY” presented by Ogden …

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Witnesses in Ogden Murder Trial Describe Chaotic Scene of Deadly Shooting | News, Sports, Jobs

OGDEN – Several witnesses said in a murder trial on Tuesday that they saw a man shot dead in a parking lot and saw the gunman jump into a car and flee, but none were subsequently able to identify the accused Keshaun Puente in a series of police photos. Lawyers …

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Manchester United appoints Ralf Rangnick interim manager until end of season

Manchester United have appointed Ralf Rangnick as the club’s interim manager until the end of the season, the club announced on Monday. Rangnick, 63, left his post as sports and development manager at Lokomotiv Moscow and signed a six-month contract at Old Trafford. – Gegenpressing Godfather: How Rangnick Revolutionized Football– …

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Weber County officials help attempt to bring Winter Olympics back to Utah | News, Sports, Jobs

BEN DORGER, Standard-Examiner archive photo A Snowbasin Ski Resort gondola ascends the mountain on November 20, 2018. Snowbasin served as the site for the 2002 Winter Olympics, and Weber County officials are helping efforts to bring the Olympics back to Utah in 2030 or 2034. OGDEN – Crafting a successful …

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Gershman Mortgage Creates Security in a Competitive Market | Center forward

Christina kling-garrett By Alecia Humphreys | Photo by Christina Kling-Garrett Since 1955, Gershman Mortgage has been at the forefront of facilitating family finances, and it is this distinguished history and commitment to clients that Gershman Mortgage believes gives clients a competitive advantage in a increased housing. “The current housing market …

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AAUW Vacation Homes: The O’Donnell House | News, Sports, Jobs

Photos by Mr. Ellie O’Donnell, AAUW-Escanaba By Ellie O’Donnell The O’Donnell House 601 avenue Ogden, Escanaba Welcome to 601 Ogden Avenue. The front part of this Italian-style house was built in 1875, with the rear part of the house added in 1890. Built by Fred Harris, a local carpenter, the …

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‘Beauty and the Beast’ at 30 – Review

The beauty and the Beast (1991)Directors: Gary Trousdale, Kirk WiseScreenwriters: Linda Woolverton, Brenda Chapman, Chris SandersWith: Paige O’Hara, Robby Benson, Richard White, Angela Lansbury, Jerry Orbach, David Ogden Stiers, Jesse Corti, Rex Everhart, Bradley Pierce The 18th century French fairy tale “Beauty and the Beast” is one of the best …

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Northern Colorado defeats Weber State for Big Sky Volleyball tournament title

OGDEN, Utah – Senior Laura Katarzynski held sophomore Syd Cole’s face in her hands after a timeout, cheering her on for the next round of play, and that’s what gave the volleyball team of the University of Northern Colorado the title of the Big Sky 2021 conference. UNC No.2 (24-6, …

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Eight Tigerhawks gain football recognition in all districts – Newton Daily News

Two Colfax-Mingo football players ended their high school careers last season. And one subclass in particular seems to be ready for a special finish to its own. Seniors Cole Bracewell and Shane Aikin ended their preparation careers with a first team nod in all districts. Sophomore Curtis Horras joined this …

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State-funded mental health help could arrive for first responders and families in Utah

The bill would allocate $ 5 million to help police and fire departments provide mental health resources to their employees. (Trent Nelson | The Salt Lake Tribune) Police at the scene of a shooting at the Salt Lake County Sheriff’s Office in South Salt Lake on Saturday April 10, 2021. …

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Lester Taylor obituary (1935 – 2021) – Ogden, UT

Les returned to his Heavenly Father on Thursday, November 11, 2021, where he was surrounded by his family at the Brigham City Community Hospital in Utah.Les was the first born to Lester Eugene and Annie Virgena Aldridge Taylor on June 8, 1935 in Boise, Idaho. He was raised with his …

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Sheridan John “Oggie” Ogden Obituary

Sheridan John “Oggie” Ogden Hackensack – Sheridan John Ogden, “Oggie” of Hackensack, formerly of River Edge, passed away peacefully at his home on Thursday, November 4, at the age of 73. Originally from Teaneck, Sheridan was a proud graduate of Teaneck High School, where he was fond of jokes, spent …

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Preview: Murdoch Mysteries, “The Incorrigible Dr. Ogden”

What did Julia get into? It was my first thought upon seeing the footage from Monday’s new episode Murdoch Mysteries. Had she been sent to an institution for misconduct? Turns out she’s here for a very good and important reason. Here’s the official synopsis for “The Incorrigible Dr. Ogden,” Written …

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Salomon celebrates the launch of Advanced Shoe Factory 4.0

“],” filter “: {” nextExceptions “:” img, blockquote, div “,” nextContainsExceptions “:” img, blockquote “}}”> Access everything we post when you > “,” name “:” in-content-cta “,” type “:” link “}}”> subscribe to Outside +. OGDEN, Utah (September 28, 2021) – The Advanced Shoe Factory 4.0 (ASF 4.0), the first …

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Andrew Schow Obituary (1948 – 2021) – Ogden, UT

Our beloved and kind husband, father and grandfather Andrew Elwin Schow Jr. 73, now sings with Heavenly Choirs. He returned home with honor on October 22, 2021. He was born to Andrew Elwin and Nellie Mae Grant Schow on August 23, 1948 in Ogden, Utah.Andy graduated from Davis High School …

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Where REALLY did the werewolf come from?

Welcome to another part of 31 days of Halloween! This is our chance to set the mood for the spookiest and spookiest month of the year as we focus our attention on the horror and fun of Halloween. For the month of October, we’ll be sharing various pieces of underrated …

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Beverly Lord Obituary (1950 – 2021) – Ogden, UT

Beverly Jean Porter Lord Beverly Jean Lord, 71, passed away peacefully on October 18, 2021, of heart failure due to pulmonary hypertension. She was surrounded by her loving family and was fiery until her last moments on earth. She spent her final weeks waiting for the royal treatment, often joking …

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Lisa Stoddard Dixon obituary (1959 – 2021) – Ogden, UT

Lisa Ann (Stoddard) DixonJuly 13, 1959 ~ October 15, 2021 (62 years old) Lisa Ann Stoddard Dixon, daughter, sister, mother, grandmother and loving friend, was born on July 13, 1959 and died on October 15, 2021. She was born in Ogden, Utah and spent most of her baby there childhood, …

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Sun, Jamie Ann, Shaw, Ekstrom | News, Sports, Jobs

August 2, 1976 – October 15, 2021 On August 2, 1976, a beautiful 5½ pound baby girl was born to Darrell W. Shaw and Anna G. Germer Shaw in Fort Smith, AR. Sunshine was always the light of the eye of her mother and father having entered the Shaw family …

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FMCHS Rybak wins fifth consecutive meeting

PEORIA – Elena Rybak returned to Detweiler Park on Saturday and walked away with a victory she hopes to repeat in less than a month in the State Class 1A competition. Father McGivney’s freshman was the top runner out of 242 at the Peoria Heights Patriot Invitational clocking 18:09.4 at …

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Randall Robinson Obituary (1950 – 2021) – Ogden, UT

Randall (Randy) Howard Robinson left this earthly existence on October 7, 2021 to return to his Heavenly Father and the loved ones who awaited him. For those whose lives he touched and impacted here on earth, he will be sorely missed.Randy was born in Ogden, Utah, to Howard Archie and …

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Rex Yarger obituary (1952 – 2021) – Ogden, UT

Rex D. Yarger continued his journey to the next kingdom on October 10, 2021. Rex was born on March 28, 1952 to Dale and Irene Yarger in Pocatello Idaho. He was one of 5 children, he being the oldest. He was predeceased by his younger brother Shane and son Steven …

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Edna Nichols Obituary (2021) – Ogden, UT

Edna Grace Myers and Seward D. Nichols“Still together” Edna “Grace” (Myers) Nichols, 76, was called to Heaven on August 26, 2007. She was born on March 26, 1931 to Ray Wayne Myers Sr. and Edna Viola Smith in Pennsburg, Pennsylvania. She married Seward D Nichols, Jr on October 11, 1956 …

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Transfer Whispers, Dylan Walker, Sea Eagles, Christian Crichton, Ofahiki Ogden, Bulldogs, Tariq Sims, Dragons, Jamal Fogarty, Tom Starling, Raiders, Joe Lovodua, Rabbitohs, Hull FC

The Bulldogs have ruthlessly cut Christian Crichton and Ofahiki Ogden, while Manly star Dylan Walker’s contract extension is not a given as rivals come to the table. Meanwhile, unwanted Dragons star Tariq Sims has all but revealed where he will play in 2022, as the Raiders seek to lock up …

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Give me the ball faster

Cristiano Ronaldo has told Ole Gunnar Solskjaer that Man United need to play faster for him – ESPN’s Insider Diary has the latest. MORE: Football’s push for mixed matches. Go to: Mixed matches in football? | taekwondo champion signs for Barca | Salah’s contract saga booms | Lacazette edges for …

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Riding the rocky steps for a rare disease

Sign up for our daily email newsletter to stay up to date with the latest local news across Philadelphia. A father and son from West Chester are trying to raise awareness about an extremely rare disease and help researchers discover more. Few doctors have treated a patient with Bardet-Biedl syndrome, …

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Joy Sharbutt Obituary (1963 – 2021) – Ogden, UT

Joy Jolene SharbuttJoy was born May 8, 1963 to Ardith and Robert McCully in Ogden, Utah. She passed away peacefully on September 25, 2021 surrounded by the love of her family. She had a brother (Robert McCully) and a sister (Donna Burke).After graduating from Weber High School in 1981, she …

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Strong Crusaders vs. Buckeye Local | News, Sports, Jobs

Andrew Grimm BIG HIT – Catholic Central’s Clara Symington hits Isabella Hepburn and Buckeye Local’s Abby Berze in Monday’s game at Mickey Barber Gymnasium. The Crusaders earned their ninth victory of the season with a sweep. STEUBENVILLE – The Catholic Central volleyball team played a strong overall game against Buckeye …

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Catalytic converter theft hits low-income car owners hardest

OGDEN, Utah (AP) – Utah lawmakers consider a crackdown on catalytic converter theft, in which criminals have seen cars’ emission controls and sell precious metals found inside on a black market booming world. Rep. Ryan Wilcox, a Republican who represents House District 7, spanning North Ogden, Pleasant View and part …

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Obituary of Elaine Celli (1934 – 2021) – Ogden, UT

Elaine Celli, 86-year-old Mom was released from dementia / Alzheimer’s on September 23, 2021 after complications from a fall she suffered that left her with a broken arm. Mom was born at home on a beautiful fall day on November 5, 1934 in Frontier, WY to Frances and Ernest Gordes. …

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Jerry Wanner Obituary (1933 – 2021) – Ogden, UT

Jerry fred wanner Jerry Fred Wanner, 87, died on September 19, 2021, at home surrounded by his loved ones. Jerry was born in Logan, Utah, on October 4, 1933, to Fredrick Dominicus Wanner and Leone Marion Olney. Jerry graduated from Weber High School in 1951 and Weber State College in …

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Cameron Ogden obituary (1993 – 2021) – Bryan, Texas

Cameron Stuart Ogden April 27, 1993 – September 19, 2021 Cameron Ogden, 28, of Bryan, died on Sunday, September 19, 2021 in Bryan. Tours will begin at 2 p.m. followed by the Life Tribute Memorial Service at 3 p.m. on Monday, September 27, 2021, both at First Baptist Church Bryan. …

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WFAAC officials call on community to support local artists

In this week’s Helping the Helpers, the leaders explain how you can help strengthen the Wichita Falls Arts and Culture Alliance and those they serve. by: Shatanya Clarke Posted: Sep 22, 2021 / 8:25 PM CDT / Update: Sep 22, 2021 / 8:28 PM CDT A non-profit organization that promotes …

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Former big bear dresses up with baseball legends | Local

Two decades have passed since Jamie Ogden retired from professional baseball due to a back problem, and he has hardly swing a bat since. However, when Kenosha Kingfish, his team in 1992, invited him to participate in their Legends Weekend alongside several former major league stars, he couldn’t resist. “I’m …

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Teams search for missing Ogden man in Yellowstone National Park

YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK, Wyo. – Search and rescue teams in Yellowstone National Park try to locate a missing Ogden man after his relative’s body was found along the shore of a lake. WATCH: Woman Tooele seeks answers after mysterious disappearance of her Navajo aunt Kim Crumbo, 74, of Ogden, and …

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Obituary Deborah Schultz (1951 – 2021) – Ogden, UT

Deborah Romick SchultzAug 21, 1951-Sep. 6, 2021Hayward, FremontDeborah Romick Schultz was born in San Francisco on a stormy August 21, 1951. She arrived with a thunderclap as lightning bolts across the sky to announce her arrival. Seventy years and 16 days later, on September 6, she passed away from this …

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