White supremacist books turned into art at Ogden exhibit

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The Ogden Union Station Museum hosts “Speaking Volumes: Transforming Hate,” an exhibit out of Montana in which artists have used more than 4,000 white supremacy books to create works of art. The free exhibit opened June 15, and will be in Ogden until Sept. 3.


Weber County primary races to be decided by voters Tuesday

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Up for grabs in voting are six contests on the Republican side, one Democratic contest and three non-partisan school board races.


Ogden Schools: Barker, Smith, Wilkinson, Hueton advance to November election

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According to unofficial results, Barker received 42 percent of the votes and Smith got 32 percent of the votes. Oscar Mata, the third candidate in the race, received 26 percent of the votes.


Tanner, Firmage emerge victorious on Davis School Board district 3 primary race

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In District 6 race, Marie Stevenson and Bonnie Bourgeous were the two candidates with most votes. According to preliminary results, Stevenson received 57 percent of the votes and Bourgeous received 28 percent of the votes.


Widdison, Palen win Weber School Board primary, advance to general election

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Paul Widdison and Stacy Palen emerged victorious on the Weber School Board District 4 primary election Tuesday.


Weber Schools employees learn from woman who prevented a school shooting

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She talked to the gunman and convinced him to surrender. She even told him she loved him and was proud of him. She chose to be compassionate.


Weber Co. gets state grants to help poor kids, fight intergenerational poverty

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The grants, totaling $150,000, will be used at four schools in Roy and at Odyssey Elementary in Ogden.

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