It’s that time of year again when it’s almost warm enough outside to not need a jacket and for school to be a thing of the past. Here are 10 signs that you are ready for the warmth and sunshine of summer. 1. You put on shorts and a T-shirt, only to find coldness and rain outside your...
His young age is an attention-getter in a genre most followed by cowboys older than 55, followers say. But Thatch also holds his own when called upon to perform his classic poetry.
This year, the Ogden Soroptimist nonprofit will provide five $1,000 cash grants to award recipients through grants from the United Way of Northern Utah, according to a news release. The deadline for application is May 15.
Former Sunset Junior High art teacher Ned Shelley can no longer draw, paint or speak on most days as a result of Parkinson’s disease, but he’s still making a difference with his artwork.
Davy Ratchford will replace retiring General Manager John Loomis, who has been at the resort for six years, the company said in a press release Thursday, April 19.
Being a guy who loves to ride an ATV in the backcountry, it never crossed my mind that anyone else in the ATV community would have a different perspective. Imagine my surprise when I got an email from my good friend, Sherry Sheppard, from Fillmore offering just that — a different perspective....
“We’re excited to add Nordic Valley to our family of ski resorts and begin working with the resort staff,” said James Coleman, managing partner of Mountain Capital Partners, in a press release.
Since the week kicked off, readers have been leaving their reviews of the participating restaurants on the Standard-Examiner’s interactive map.
This week, a food drive by the Bank of Utah corresponds with the opening of a new warehouse that will expand the Joyce Hansen Hall Foodbank at Catholic Community Services of Northern Utah.