Tim Vandenack

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Ogden lawyer, S. Ogden veterans advocate vie in GOP primary for Utah House post

OGDEN — As a family law attorney, Lorraine Brown regularly comes into contact with people struggling to make ends meet, to find affordable housing, to secure a job that pays a living wage.


Police & Fire

Weber Co. sheriff hopefuls cite turnover, morale, trust as key concerns

OGDEN — The three hopefuls running for Weber County sheriff seem to agree on at least a couple of things — retention and recruitment of deputies rate among the top issues the office faces.


Politics

Weber Co. Commission hopeful Froerer rebuffs questions, criticism in campaign

OGDEN — Gage Froerer, candidate for Weber County commissioner and owner of a real estate firm here, would relinquish a contract his firm has with the county if he’s elected.


Transportation

South Ogden 40th Street upgrade nearly done, other segments also getting work

SOUTH OGDEN — Coming soon — a smoother, wider 40th Street corridor connecting Wall Avenue and Harrison Boulevard.


Local

Weber Co. commissioners pick Kerry Gibson replacement pending special GOP vote

OGDEN — There’s a new face on the Weber County Commission — temporarily.


Politics

Weber Co. Commission hopefuls spar on taxes, business growth, spending

OGDEN — As he stumps for a second term on the Weber County Commission, James Ebert has focused on county efforts under his leadership to spur business development.


Politics

Weber Co. Republican Party rebuffs 3 convention winners, endorses runners-up

OGDEN — No. 2 can apparently be No. 1.


Politics

Weber Co. hopefuls for Utah House, sheriff, commission discuss issues at forum

WASHINGTON TERRACE — Twelve Republican hopefuls for office in Weber County — county commission, sheriff and three Utah House slots — gathered here Tuesday, touching on everything from taxes to economic development to public trust.


Politics

Kerry Gibson to take Utah DNR job, step down from Weber Co. Commission

OGDEN — Kerry Gibson will finally be going to the Utah Department of Natural Resources.


Politics

North Ogden mulls $700K more in amphitheater upgrades despite simmering lawsuit

NORTH OGDEN — As a lawsuit filed by foes of the Barker Park Amphitheater upgrade project lingers in court and critics call to halt work on the project, North Ogden leaders are mulling nearly $700,000 in additional upgrades.


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