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Johnny O’s Spudnuts, which incorporates potato flour into its doughnuts, is slated to open a new location in Layton.
There’s a 30 percent increase in the number of pets that go missing due to fearful reactions from the loud noises, the smell of sulfur and bright lights from fireworks.
Lindsay Hassell’s life has been dedicated to sports and fitness. The Mountain Green native and Farr West resident has changed lives through crossfit at the Ogden Athletic Club, but kidney failure has him on the ropes. Luckily, relief is coming thanks to family and friends.
Stay refreshed and liven up your backyard get-togethers with some new twists on classic summer drinks this year.
Two cases at the Utah Supreme Court could settle a nearly 2-decade-old argument about the public’s access to thousands of miles of Utah riverbed.
Just over 100,000 acres burned all of last year. Right now, almost 73,000 acres have burned — and the first month of fire season isn’t even over yet.
Farmington Pond’s rope swing is no more, but Tuesday’s drowning wasn’t the first incident that prompted the tree’s removal.
When she retired, Linda Weiskopf needed a meaningful way to fill her time. This is what she came up with.
To kick off the summer, my best friend and I went on our first adventure by ourselves to Zion National Park here in Utah. For anyone thinking about taking a trip without parents before they turn 18, I highly recommend going somewhere in-state — like Zion — that’s still far enough...
In my freshman year of high school, I didn’t know what my “thing” would be. Everybody had one — something universal that could carry you across different schools and different people and, if needed, could transplant you into a group that would be automatically accepting,...