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New gallery on 25th gives ‘freaky’ art a home

Costume shops are popping up all over town, movie theaters have started playing horror flicks to get people in the mood for Halloween, and a new art gallery in Ogden will fit right in. The Pandemonium Art Gallery has opened up on Historic 25th Street and features artwork with more of a “creepy” and “freaky” […]

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Ogden OUTreach reaches beyond community

Ogden OUTreach is working to better the Ogden community as a whole by providing information, programs and support to LGBTQ youth ages 14-23 to help them build happy, healthy lives, and its influence is reaching far beyond its target group. “OUTreach provides low-cost/free diversity training, as well as resources for community groups, churches, businesses, law enforcement, schools […]

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Ogden City residents have been seeing growth and developmental changes in the city for some time, and the city is being recognized for its efforts. The elite entrepreneurial Forbes magazine just ranked Ogden 16th on its list of the best places for business and careers in the United States. Even though over recent years the […]

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WSU student loses mayoral primary

  Joshua Hoggan has had a lot of news coverage lately, because the 18-year-old Weber State University freshman was a running candidate for Roy City mayor. However, he failed to make it through the primary election held in the beginning of this month. Hoggan’s campaign battled negative media attention over his 2012 bomb threat to Roy High […]

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Student loan interest rate now 6.8 percent

Federal Stafford Loan (student loan) interest rates rose to 6.8 percent July 1, because the U.S. Senate was unable to come to an agreement on a bill passed by the House of Representatives, making Congress unable to come to a compromise by its June 3o deadline. A group of bipartisan senators, including Utah Senator Orrin […]

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WSU LGBTQ community celebrates ruling

The gay rights movement celebrated two major victories on Wednesday when the United States Supreme Court ruled on the Defense of Marriage Act and dismissed California’s Proposition 8. The Supreme Court struck down parts of DOMA, making it possible for married same-sex couples to receive the same federal benefits straight couples receive, and because it declined to […]

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