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Faith

Tickets for Mormon Tabernacle Choir 'Messiah' concert available Tuesday

SALT LAKE CITY — The Mormon Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square will offer repeat Easter performances of their popular concerts featuring Handel’s “Messiah,” but anyone wanting to attend in person will need to act soon to get tickets.


State

Weber County vegetable farmers dependent on Mexican workers

OGDEN, Utah (AP) — While the unseasonal weather is allowing local farmers to start plowing fields in February, the American Farm Bureau is lobbying for better access to foreign labor this summer for agriculture.


Local

Art as resistance: Black artist makes Utah debut with new Weber State exhibit

OGDEN — An internationally renowned artist has brought his work combining West African spirituality with concerns about violence and killings of black men to Utah for the first time with a free exhibit at Weber State University. 


Food

These are the best Northern Utah restaurants for chips, salsa and nachos

National Tortilla Chip Day is Saturday, Feb. 24, so the Standard-Examiner asked readers to tell us where they go for their favorite chips and salsa or nachos.


Food

How to make the best banana bread possible for National Banana Bread Day

With Friday being National Banana Bread Day, some of you might be thinking about making a few of those tasty loaves.


Recreation

Ogden-area ski resorts pleased with weekend snow, upcoming storms

A series of winter storms that started last weekend is reviving this year’s ski season.


Local

Here's how to know if roads are plowed in your area

Motorists who want to check the safety of their travels ahead of time during winter weather can get updates from the Utah Department of Transportation by clicking on udottraffic.utah.gov or downloading the free UDOT Traffic app.


Agriculture

Weber County vegetable farmers dependent on Mexican workers

While the unseasonal weather is allowing local farmers to start plowing fields in February, the American Farm Bureau is lobbying for better access to foreign labor this summer for agriculture.


Local

Visually impaired first-grader a finalist in national art contest

OGDEN — A visual impairment is no setback for Bryson Chadwick, an artistic first-grader at the Ogden campus of Utah Schools for the Deaf and the Blind.


Local

United Way of Northern Utah awards $200K in funding to 31 agencies

OGDEN — United Way of Northern Utah has awarded $200,000 in grants to be distributed to 31 nonprofit agencies in Box Elder, Morgan and Weber counties as well as Oneida County in Idaho.


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