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Davonte Neals mug shot taken at Bannock Detention Center located in Bannock County, Idaho. (Bannock Detention Center)

Murder charge clouds ISU

Emily Miller, Sports editor July 20, 2022

One month after Charlie Ragle was hired as head coach for the Idaho State University football program, assistant coach DaVonte’ Neal was added to the ISU coaching staff. Four months after Neal was...

The Colorado River’s Upper Basin Water Supply has decreased from 4.5 million acre-feet per year to below 2 million, and the deficit is 35% from where it was when the 20th century began, according to the Utah Rivers Council. Photo credit: Grace Haglund

Utah’s water: Decisions now, consequences later

Alec Cipollini April 18, 2022

The drought in Utah didn't give any favors in 2022, and it will continue to worsen if nothing is done to stop global warming and the handling of how water is distributed in the state, advocates and experts...

Jaden Hewes is originally from Alaska and started playing hockey at two years old. Photo credit: WSU Hockey

Who’s Hewes?

Jace Cook November 15, 2021

Jaden Hewes, who plays center for Weber State hockey, is making a name for himself with the Wildcats. According to the American Collegiate Hockey Association website, Hewes scored 10 goals in his first...

LGBTQ+ pride flags line the entrances to Weber State University on March 26. Photo credit: Weber State University

Encircle creates connections for the LGBTQ community

Ally Nelson April 12, 2021

LGBTQ youth are three times more likely to attempt suicide than their heterosexual peers. Forty-eight percent of transgender adults reported having made a suicide attempt, according to Encircle’s...

The Wildcats are happy to be back on the diamond on Feb. 12 after a long year off. Photo credit: WSU Athletics

Wildcat Softball’s finally stepping back on the diamond

Miles Shaw February 12, 2021

The Weber State Wildcat's softball team’s opening day was Feb. 12, in Phoenix, Arizona at the Grand Canyon Kickoff Tournament. Nearly a full calendar year has passed since the reigning Big Sky...

Weber State alumnus Pete Sands is chosen as Guardian of the Year by Time magazine for his work in helping the Navajo Nation during the COVID-19 pandemic. Photo credit: Pete Sands

WSU alumnus receives Time magazine’s Guardian of the Year award

Kierstynn King January 20, 2021

Pete Sands, a Weber State University alumnus formerly known as Halbert Pete, was selected as a "Guardian of the Year" by Time magazine for his work in helping the Navajo Nation during the COVID-19 pandemic.When...

The fresh faces of football

The fresh faces of football

Raymond Lucas February 9, 2018

Weber State University football coach Jay Hill and the rest of the program spent National Signing Day hosting an event at Stewart Stadium to announce the new additions to the Big Sky Champs. WSU is bringing...

Pluto was declared a dwarf star, instead of a Planet, in 2006 by the International Astronomical Union. (Source: Pixabay)

Science Weekly: Scientists push to redeem Pluto’s planetary status

Kellie Plumhof March 21, 2017

In August 2006, Pluto lost its planetary status when the International Astronomical Union officially declared Pluto a dwarf planet. For those who grew up with nine planets, not eight, the news came...

Danielle Craft, Zharia Hale, Payton Whitmore, Dominique Williams and Gina OBrien  (left to right) are the five incoming freshmen for Weber States womens basketball team. (Gabe Cerritos / The Signpost)

New blood hits the court

Harrison Epstein September 27, 2016

Every year, there are changes to rosters — that’s the nature of college sports. The Weber State University women’s basketball team graduated three players last season and will be adding...

Robots clash at Weber State

February 22, 2015

Robots, coaches and capable young minds filled the Swenson Gym at Weber State University on Saturday  to compete in the FIRST Tech Challenge. The FIRST Tech Challenge is a robotics competition that allows...

Big Sky men's basketball MVP signs with Italian team

July 25, 2014

Former Weber State University student and reigning Big Sky Conference MVP Davion Berry will be taking his talents overseas this season after signing with PMS Torino of the A2 Gold Basket Series. “I...

Utahns discuss daylight saving time

July 14, 2014

Clark Planetarium hosted a public meeting on daylight saving time Thursday afternoon. This was part of an ongoing effort by the Governor’s Office of Economic Development (GOED) to obtain the public's...

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