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Ogden city negotiating with potential developer to revitalize Rite Aid site

OGDEN — Ogden city officials say there’s renewed interest in a mostly vacant central city shopping plaza they’ve been trying to redevelop for years.


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City going into old Wonder Bread site, building likely to topple in spring

OGDEN — Progress is being made on an ambitious redevelopment plan at the site of the old Wonder Bread factory downtown.


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New loan program to help small businesses navigate 'funding desert'

OGDEN — The city’s Community and Economic Development department hopes a new statewide loan program they helped create will accelerate small business growth in Ogden.


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Alpine highways will close for winter later this month

OGDEN — Northern Utah’s two alpine highways are set to close later this month.


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S.R. 193 project primes road for eventual West Davis Corridor connection

SYRACUSE — State Route 193 is busy — and it figures to get even busier over the next few years.


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New report says I-84 interchange would boost economy, UDOT unmoved

MOUNTAIN GREEN — A new report says speeding up a project to build a full interchange on Interstate 84 in Mountain Green would help pump millions of dollars into the economy.


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New Lantern House yoga class offers hour-long diversion for homeless

OGDEN — Amanda Ballenger says life as a homeless person comes with a bundle of anxieties most people never even think about.


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Layton Crossing project needs, gets another $2 million

LAYTON — A project to ease traffic and bridge commercial zones in Layton is on track to finish by next year, but it will take an extra $2 million to do it.


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Mountain biking program a life-changer for two Fremont High students

PLAIN CITY — It’s not hyperbolic to say mountain biking changed the lives of Andrew Veldhuizen, Caden Halverson and their respective families — in fact, that might even be an understatement.


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Irrigation company can't pay for fix, future in doubt

OGDEN — An irrigation company operating in Ogden for more than 160 years is on the verge of bankruptcy.


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