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Obituary of Teresa Galvan (1962 – 2021) – Ogden, UT

Teresa Vasquez Galvan June 19, 1962 ~ September 15, 2021 Teresa Vasquez Galvan, who had many hats, Ama, Vieja, Abuela, friend and family member, left her loving family on Wednesday September 15, 2021. Teresa was born in Huaniqueo de Morales Michoacan, Mexico on June 19, 1962 to Aurelio Galvan and …

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VisionTrack Honda signs Scott Ogden and Josh Whatley for a …

Promising young Britons Scott Ogden and Josh Whatley have been named as the first riders to compete in the brand new VisionTrack Honda team formed to develop the burgeoning British talent on the international stage. >Have you ever wondered what MotoGP technology applies to road bikes, well, click here and …

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Lucy Beal Obituary (1963 – 2021) – Ogden, UT

Lucy Geneise Beal, 57, died on September 9, 2021. Lucy was born on October 15, 1963 in Ogden, Utah, to Reola Bell Beal and Billy Joe Beal Jr.Lucy will always be remembered for her warmth and generosity, her commitment to humanity in the community and to individuals, her brilliance and …

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Lady Tigers sweeps Okay on senior’s night

September 17 – Tahlequah had a perfect senior night on Thursday at the Tahlequah Multi-Purpose Activity Center. The No. 7 Class 5A Lady Tigers swept Ok’s fourth-place 3A in straight sets (25-22, 25-22, 25-17) after honoring five seniors – Lola Brownfield, Dorothy Swearingen, Lydia McAlvain, McKinley Thompson and Faith Springwater …

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New chef for the captive EIM

Florida-based Energy Insurance Mutual (EIM) has announced that Megan Ogden will be the new COO of its Captive Protected Cell Energy Insurance Services (EIS). She will succeed Randy Martin upon his retirement at the end of March 2022. Ogden comes from another subsidiary of EIM, Energy Captive Management (ECM), which …

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Patricia “Patt” Spiers Cude | News, Sports, Jobs

March 11, 1937 – August 23, 2021 Our beloved mother and grandmother, Patricia “Patt” Spiers Cude returned to her Heavenly Father on August 23, 2021, after a long illness. She was greeted at the gates of Heaven with loving arms and had a happy reunion with her parents (George Albert …

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Nancy Gibson (1939 – 2021) obituary – Ogden, UT

Our beloved mother, Nancy Helen Sorensen Gibson, returned with honor to her heavenly abode on August 21, 2021. She was born on June 8, 1939 in Ogden, Utah, daughter of Lorraine Wright and Earl LeRoy Sorensen. Nancy was sealed to her Eternal Companion Ronald Charles Gibson on November 7, 1957 …

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GJ Rockies sweeps Ogden in a double-roll | Sports

The Grand Junction Rockies looked set to suffer a second straight loss to Ogden on Saturday, led 5-1 with two strikeouts in the sixth inning in Game 1 of a doubles program at Suplizio Field. But the Rockies (42-33, 16-12 in the second half) rallied, scoring seven points with two …

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Marion Wolthuis Stuart | Obituary

Marion Wolthuis Stuart Marion Helen Wolthuis Stuart passed away peacefully on August 2, 2021, surrounded by her five sons. Marion was born on August 16, 1932 to Frank and Leyonna Wolthuis, the first of four children. She enjoyed her childhood in the South Ogden with many wonderful experiences with good …

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Ogden, UT Doctor publishes crucial self-help book

Love Deficiency Diseases: Abortions, Addictions, Abuse and Divorce, a new book by Lawrence H. Taylor, MD, has been published by Dorrance Publishing Co., Inc. More than half of marriages end in divorce. Nearly a million abortions a year rob our country and our families of the new love that all …

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Laurent Louis Carrillo | Obituary

Laurent Louis Carrillo July 11, 1931 ~ July 19, 2021 Lawrence Louis Carrillo, born July 11, 1931, passed away peacefully in his sleep on July 19, 2021. He reached his 90th birthday a week ago and we, his family, are so honored to have had many wonderful experiences with this …

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Round 3 helps Crusaders impound Bulldogs | Sports

There was every reason to have doubts before the match. Just over two weeks earlier, these two teams had met in Ogden, where the Ogden Bulldogs were able to claim victory. Since then, the two teams had made their way through the district tournament and were ready to meet again. …

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Zagarella, Ogden trial postponed once again | New

TEWKSBURY – The trial of the two suspects in connection with the October 2016 death of Ethan Costello, a student at Tewksbury Memorial High School, faces another delay. Joseph Zagarella, 21, is charged with manslaughter, and Thomas Ogden, 54, is charged with providing alcohol to minors and permitting the consumption …

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North Ogden City: “Vandalism hits record high”

NORTH OGDEN, Utah (ABC4– City officials are urging citizens to be on the lookout for suspected vandals after various parts of northern Ogden were discovered disfigured on Friday. “We’ve all heard the saying ‘it takes a whole village to raise a child’, haven’t we? Well, it takes a community to …

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Drink a Pint Help a Puppy at Ogden River Brewing | Food

Ogden River Brewing LLC and Ogden City Department of Animal Services have partnered with Weber County Animal Services to bring the Ogden animal lover community together for Pints ​​for Pups, a dog adoption and fundraising event. fund on Saturday July 10, 1-4 pm at ORB. A $ 25 ticket includes …

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Interstate Bank President and COO retire

Interstate Bank Announces Retirement of President and Chief Operating Officer Joe Ogden Interstate Bank has announced the retirement of President and Chief Operating Officer Joe Ogden. Ogden has been with the bank for 41 years and has served as President and Chief Operating Officer since February 2014. “His dedication and …

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Texas judges to review $ 110 million verdict on paper mill

Law360 (June 18, 2021, 5:11 p.m. EDT) – The Texas Supreme Court on Friday agreed to review an appeals court decision that slashed $ 110 million from a $ 125 million verdict against International Paper Company in a dispute with a contractor regarding damages related to unpaid invoices. The case …

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Ogden Southern Art Museum to Showcase Nail Salon, a Collection of Works by Christian Dinh That Reorients Stigma and Celebrates Vietnamese-American Culture

NEW ORLEANS (press release) – The Ogden Southern Art Museum is pleased to highlight the 2020-21 work package, Nail salon, by New Orleans ceramist Christain Dinh. Drawing on his personal experience as a first generation Asian-American, Dinh created this series with the intention of reorienting stigma and celebrating Vietnamese-American identity …

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Dare County News | Dare County, North Carolina

Each year, the Governor of North Carolina recognizes individuals and groups of people who have made significant contributions to their community through their dedication to volunteer service. Applications are submitted to the Governor’s Office for different types of volunteers (senior, youth, faith, family, group and corporate) as well as for …

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Larry H. Ogden | The Gazette

LARRY H. OGDEN Oxford Larry H. Ogden, 80, of Oxford, formerly of North Liberty, died at his home surrounded by his family on June 1, 2021. Larry was born July 11, 1940 to Clarence Ogden and Emma (Meyer) Ogden in Clarence, Iowa. In his early years he developed a love …

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Constance “Connie” Leigh Edward Leggett | Obituary

Constance “Connie” Leigh Edward Leggett March 8, 1940 ~ May 31, 2021 Constance “Connie” Leigh Edward Leggett died on May 31, 2021. She was born on March 8, 1940 in Ogden, Utah, to James Robertson and Arleen Bower Edward. Connie has lived in Ogden her entire life, attending Ogden Town …

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Cruiser Connect – a new take on summer school

By Rick PalsgroveGroveport Editor Groveport Madison officials and teachers are looking to improve student education in a different way this summer with the district’s Cruiser Connect Summer Experience program. “Although we have offered summer courses in various formats in the past, this is the first year for Cruiser Connect,” said …

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Montana Sports Scoreboard: Six-Player All-Star Rosters

FOOTBALL PREPARATION SIX-MEN ALL-STAR FOOTBALL GAME in Highwood Friday RED TEAM Zack Soloman, Denton-Geyser-Stanford; Isaac Johnson, Cold-Medicine Lake; Colt Miller, Cold-Medicine Lake; Walker Ator, Cold-Medicine Lake; Derrick Zimmerman, Grass Range-Winnett; Jaden Sargent, North Star; Payne Ditmar, North Star; Stanley Jarvis, North Toole County; Nick Widhalm, Power-Dutton-Brady; Tyce Erickson, Power-Dutton-Brady; Aidan …

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Lottie Jean Sonnenfelt | Obituary

Lottie Jean Sonnenfelt Lottie Jean Sonnenfelt, 95, a loving mother and grandmother, passed away Thursday May 27, 2021. She was born October 25, 1925 to Carl Leslie Powell and Sara Alberta Hull, in Ogden, Utah. She grew up in Ogden and attended Ogden High School. On February 1, 1949, she …

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Ogden church says vandals strike 3 times in a month

OGDEN, Utah (ABC4) – The assistant pastor of an Ogden church says a recent wave of vandalism attacks directed at the church caused more than $ 2,000 in damage. This church leader tells ABC4 what he is doing now in hopes of stopping future vandalism. Get the latest Utah news …

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Obituary – Lonnie “Bob” Lane – The Licking News

Lonnie R. “Bob” Lane of Licking, Missouri, passed away peacefully Tuesday, May 25 at his home surrounded by family. Bob was born in Big Piney, Missouri on April 10, 1936 to Claude Lane and Clara Smith Lane. Bob’s mother died aged 21 months and he was raised by his aunt …

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Allen W. Ogden Elliott | Obituary

Allen William Ogden Elliott passed peacefully from his earthly life to the presence of his beloved Savior and God on Thursday, May 20, 2021 at the Canterbury Center in Shepherdstown. Born April 2, 1932 in Gore, Virginia, he was the eldest son of Reverend Clark Elliott and Olive Mae Smith …

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Veva Lavon Stathos Terkelson | Obituary

Veva Lavon Stathos Terkelson March 22, 1925 ~ May 22, 2021 Veva Terkelson won her wings on May 22, 2021 at the Crestwood Care Center, with her sister by her side, with a family visiting daily. She was born on March 22, 1925 in Eureka, UT to Nick and Ida …

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Ogden Museum appeals to contemporary Louisiana artists

The Ogden Museum of Southern Art is calling for artists to participate in its contemporary Louisiana exhibition. Presented by The Helis Foundation in 2012, the competition aims to showcase Louisiana artists using this unique medium. Since its launch, Louisiana Contemporary has presented 729 works by 450 artists. The call for …

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Nancy Porter | Death notice | standard.net

Nancy Porter March 14, 1945 – May 17, 2021 Beloved mother, grandmother, sister and friend Nancy Porter Morse passed away on May 17, 2021. Heavenly Father brought her home with him. She will be missed by those who knew and loved her. Nancy was born on March 14, 1945 to …

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I could do “ great things ”

UFC legend Conor McGregor has said he will do “great things” with Manchester United if he buys the club. The Premier League club is owned by the American Glazer family, which fans have been protesting against since their debt buyout in 2005. Protests have escalated in recent weeks after news …

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Persistent Drought Concerns Ogden City Officials | Local News

OGDEN – A persistent statewide drought has put officials in the town of Ogden on high alert. According to the National Integrated Drought Information System, 100% of Weber County is in “severe drought,” the third most important drought classification according to the NIDIS monitoring system. NIDIS reports that 65% of …

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