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Police Blotter 3/16

Police Blotter 3/16

Lucas Moore, News editor March 16, 2023

Rogue hockey puck A hockey game attendee was struck in the head with a hockey puck that was deflected into the stands back on Feb. 16. A laceration was found on her head, but the bleeding had stopped and...

Police Blotter 1/19

Sky Mundell, News editor January 19, 2023

Drug bust On Jan. 8, shortly after midnight, a WSUPD officer responded to a complaint made by RAs at University Village Building 5. The RAs told officers that they had smelled the odor of marijuana coming...

The Dee Events Center bus stop.

Wildcats’ new ride

Alexandrea Bonilla, Managing editor August 29, 2022

Weber State University students can wave the Wildcat Express goodbye after over 40 years of service. But fear not, the Wildcat Express is being replaced by Ogden’s new Bus Rapid Transit system called...

The summer semester on WSUs campus was quiet, but not silent when it came to crime.

Summer 2022 Police Blotter

Lucas Moore and Breanna Hart August 29, 2022

Weber State University’s campus this summer was pretty safe overall, but the summer months still had hints of affliction. Our campus safety is a big priority of the university police, and we are most...

A view of the Central campus bus stop from a window in the Browning Center building.

OGX: Ogden’s eco-friendly public transportation solution

Sky Mundell, Reporter June 13, 2022

Often referred to by its nickname, “Junction City,” Ogden has a long and storied history as one of the American west’s first major passenger railroad junctions. Union Station opened its doors in...

Bea Lois Delos Reyes and Sherwin Calabio show off their new bandaids after receiving their first COVID-19 vaccination on Mar. 16 in Ogden, Utah. They are just two of over 1600 vaccinations administered daily. (Brooklynn Kilgore/The Signpost) Photo credit: Brooklynn Kilgore

Don’t hesitate, vaccinate

Adam Rubin March 24, 2021

Public mass vaccination has taken the dedication, resilience and cooperation of local health professionals.As the country moves through this vaccination process together, there are some steps toward progress...

The Ogden/Weber Municipal Building sits on Washington Boulevard. (Wikimedia Commons) Photo credit: Wikimedia Commons

Police officer fatally shot in Ogden

Francia Benson May 30, 2020

Nathan Lyday, an Ogden police officer, was fatally shot while responding to a domestic violence call in Ogden on May 28. Another officer with adult probation and parole was also struck with gunfire and...

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Police Blotter

Jennifer Greenlee February 6, 2020

More than just a head rushA student at the Wildcat Center passed out upon standing up on Jan. 21. When the student woke up, he could not recall the fall as well as some other recent events. He was transported...

Police Blotter

Police Blotter

Jennifer Greenlee October 30, 2019

Medical CallA student felt faint after hitting their head on a soda dispenser in Wildcat Village on Oct. 26. A second student helped her onto the ground. Medical responded and transported her to McKay...

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Police Blotter

Jennifer Greenlee August 29, 2019

Medical Emergencies During the Late Night at Weber event on Aug. 23, an attendee passed out and hit her head on concrete. Police responded and called Ogden Fire for a medical response. When medical arrived,...

#27 Zan Hobbs looking to score against BYU. (Sara Parker / The Signpost)

’Cat hockey fights cancer, pummels BYU

Colton Pack October 25, 2018

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and Wildcats splashed a little pink into the purple and white on their jerseys. On Oct. 20, the Weber State University hockey team pulled out a...

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Trend between teens and Tide Pods is troubling

Adam Livingston February 3, 2018

The consumption of Tide Pods, a line of laundry detergent pack from Proctor & Gamble’s Tide brand, is a new viral trend among teenagers. Community members demonstrate that the craze is happening...

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