5 stories for Friday: Deserae Turner goes home; Snowbasin summer concerts

Friday , April 21, 2017 - 6:00 AM

JESSICA KOKESH, Standard-Examiner Staff

Catch up with the top news out of Northern Utah for Friday, April 21, 2017. 

1. Smithfield girl shot in head by teens: 'I'm tougher than a bullet'

A Utah girl who survived being shot in the head by two teens in a crime that shocked her small town left the hospital Thursday after more than two months and said she can’t wait to see her favorite horse, “Junior.”

2. After 50 years, Ogden's 24th Street interchange project tentatively funded

Barring a major change, the 24th Street interchange project long endorsed by Ogden city will finally get money from the state.

3. Clearfield martial arts instructor accused of sexually assaulting underage girl

A former martial arts instructor was arrested Thursday after being accused of sexually assaulting a teen girl under the age of 15.

4. Davis siblings Jesse and Olivia Wade bonded by friendship, talents

If you want to challenge Jesse Wade’s abilities on the basketball court, it’s best not to do so around his younger sister, Olivia.

5. Snowbasin announces lineup for Blues, Brews and BBQ summer concerts

The mountains will soon be alive with the sound music at Snowbasin.

The resort announced the lineup for its fifth annual Blues, Brews and BBQ Summer Concert Series on Thursday.

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