OGDEN — After the approval of a $500,000 business loan to a local startup company, Ogden City says it’s avoided any conflicts of interest connected to one of the company’s principals being a city attorney’s brother.
OGDEN — The Ogden City Council approved a $500,000 city loan for a local startup company during their March 21 meeting.
OGDEN — After a weekslong, nationwide search, the Ogden City Council has named a new executive director — and she’s coming from in-house.
UPDATE: The Ogden City Council voted to approve the $500,000 loan to Destination Express at their March 21 meeting.
WILLARD — Despite a developer’s reassurances to the contrary, the owners of a longtime Box Elder County nursery worry an asphalt plant might be built next to their property.
March 12-18 is Sunshine Week, recognized by journalists and nonprofits as a time to focus on and highlight the importance of government transparency. This year, we’re providing how-to guides to explain which records Utahns ought to have access to, according to state laws. These records have a number of critical public-facing purposes, including protecting consumers and preserving civil liberties.
NORTH OGDEN — Right now, North Ogden’s skate park sits in pieces, tucked away in a corner of one of the city’s parks.
NORTH OGDEN — The face of North Ogden, particularly its commercial epicenter, could look very different in the next few years.