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Valentines Day decorations inside of Color Me Mine next to empty shelves that had pottery pieces on sale.

OPINION: I know a spot: Ogden Valentine’s date ideas

Jacey Roe, Culture Reporter February 13, 2024

Chocolates and roses add a touch of sweetness to Valentine's Day, but no gift can match the value of quality time and affection. As we approach this day of romance, here are five date night ideas in Ogden...

A Red-Tailed Hawk peeking through her enclosure.

Ogden’s wildlife rehab rescinded

Sky Mundell, Asst. News Editor June 13, 2023

Since 2009, the Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Northern Utah has operated in Ogden as the only facility in Northern Utah of its kind, providing residents of Ogden and beyond a place to bring wild animals...

Students gather around the dogs at Mental Health Day.

Self-care spotlight

Nathanael Stout, Reporter November 1, 2022

Weber State University held its 5th annual Mental Health Day event on Oct. 25. Students who visited the Shepherd Union Atrium could learn more about mental health. Several tables were covered in charts,...

Many of the large geese in the Ogden campus pond swim alongside regular-sized geese and ducks. (Kennedy Robins/ The Signpost)

Not-so-Signpost: Big duck energy

Kennedy Robins March 31, 2022

Reports of sightings of abnormally large ducks and geese on Weber State University’s Ogden campus have been made to the university’s campus police. The abnormally-sized ducks and geese are...

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Police blotter Feb. 11

Rebecca Baggett February 9, 2022

Who let the dogs outTwo instances of animals roaming campus off-leash occurred last week. The first happened around noon on Feb. 2. Weber State University police received a call that a dog was wandering...

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Police Blotter June 16

Joshua Kamp June 21, 2021

Each police blotter contains highlights from the previous weeks' police calls and reports.Racing around WSUA Weber State University officer was dispatched to the Dee Events Center due to a report of three...

Going green for St. Patricks Day

Going green for St. Patricks Day

Ashlynd Greenwood March 22, 2019

In the spirit of St. Patrick's Day, the Ogden Nature Center hosted Going Green as part of their Wild Wednesdays program on March 13. The event was created to teach community members about all things...

Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp presents users a mobile way to play the acclaimed game. (Flickr)

Animal Crossing app separates the mice from the men

Chris Nichols November 30, 2017

Ditch the sleeping bag and tent because a new way of camping just became a popular mobile game. “Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp” now lets you experience taking care of woodland animals from the...

Therapy dogs destress students

Kylie Coats October 15, 2015

Students gathered at the fireplace lounge in the Shepherd Union on Wednesday to pet and play with over half a dozen therapy dogs, as a way to destress and find comfort through some furry friends. The...

Hogle Zoo: Recreation meets education

Tanoya Poulsen October 1, 2015

Conservation, education and recreation are the three goals of Utah’s Hogle Zoo located in Salt Lake City. Community events usually fall into one of these three categories. There has been a zoo in...

Carver's Cove Petting Farm

June 15, 2015

$40,000 is how much a small farm spends exclusively on hay per year. With hay ranging from $8-$12 per bale, it is easy to see how quickly the numbers can add up. Carver’s Cove Petting Farm is one of...

Unconventional things I miss about home

March 16, 2015

Moving out is something that, ideally, we all eventually do. We may do it for different reasons and at different ages, but that doesn't change the fact that there are things we miss about home. The...

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