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Weber State campus dorms can be found next to the Outdoor Adventure and Welcome Center as well as the Dee Events Center. Photo credit: Summer Muster

The costs of living

Catie Weimer April 18, 2022

Gage Brinkerhoff isn’t at Weber State getting ready for final exams at the end of the semester. Instead, he’s working 40 hours a week to afford his monthly rent.“If I had gone through...

The outside of the Marshall White Community Center, located in Ogden. Photo credit: Kennedy Robins

The community seeks construction

Lissete Landaverde January 14, 2022

The Marshall N. White Center has been a staple in Ogden for decades, but in recent years, the recreational center has run into many issues, leading to many in the community calling for renovations. The...

The Ogden City Council meets several times a month in the Ogden Municipal Building. Photo credit: Jennifer Greenlee

The long, short and local of redistricting

Jennifer Greenlee December 6, 2021

The Utah redistricting process may seem to be wrapping up after the Utah Legislature and Gov. Spencer Cox signed new district maps into law on Nov. 10, but the work is only just beginning for Weber County...

Talking about her history of being part of the LGBTQ community, Marcia White gives advice to her audience about how people should focus on being their authentic selves without fear of what others will think of them. (Kennedy Robins/ The Signpost)

Achieving peace through hard conversations

Makayla Geddes October 18, 2021

Marcia White, the keynote speaker for the Marquardt Speaker Series, Peace and Possibility Project, spoke about the importance of her inner compass, core values and beliefs, and how they have helped her...

One of the many Weber State University Wildcat banners lights up in the morning sun. (Kennedy Robins/ The Signpost)

Painting the town purple

Raymond Lucas October 11, 2021

Because the Weber State University campus sits on an elevated level compared to the majority of Ogden City, Ogden doesn't have the same connection or college-town feel that other Utah cities like Logan...

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Ogden City approves new student housing development and zoning ordinance

Jasmine Pittman June 22, 2017

It is currently a violation in Utah to live in a rental unit with more than three unrelated residents, unless otherwise approved. The Ogden City Council met on June 13 to hear a proposal requesting...

Mayra Camairgo, 17, center, a Dallas high school student stands on the steps of Dallas City Hall with  friends as they protest new immigration laws in Dallas, Texas, Monday, March 27, 2006. (Jeffery Washington/Fort Worth Star-Telegram/KRT)

Ogden communities affirm responsibilities toward immigrants

Chris Nichols June 5, 2017

Amid national tensions toward travel bans and federal borders, members within the Ogden community are making formal and informal resolutions to support and provide aid to immigrants and refugees. Members...

The Ogden City Idle-Free initiative aims to reduce the poor air quality in Utah. (Source: Tribune News Service) Photo credit: MCT

Idle engines are the inversion’s playthings

Leah Higginbotham February 15, 2017

Utah is well-known for many things: national parks, great snow and the Jazz, but Utah is especially known for its bad air quality.While there are numerous contributors to the Wasatch Front's poor air quality,...

XTERRA Championship to come to Ogden Sept 17-18. (Source: XTERRA)

News in Brief 9/12/16

Ezekiel Lee September 11, 2016

XTERRA returns to Ogden The XTERRA Pan America Championship off-road triathlon and the XTERRA Trail Run National Championship will be held at Snowbasin Resort and Ogden, Utah, on Sept. 17-18. XTERRA brings...

News in Brief 9/12/16

News in Brief 9/12/16

Ezekiel Lee September 11, 2016

XTERRA returns to Ogden The XTERRA Pan America Championship off-road triathlon and the XTERRA Trail Run National Championship will be held at Snowbasin Resort and Ogden, Utah, on Sept. 17-18. XTERRA brings...

Luis Lopez of the Ogden City Council serves guests of the Real Men Can Cook competition at Ogdens City Hall Park on Tuesday, July 19. (Emily Crooks / The Signpost)

Make me a sandwich, human

Mathew Walker July 25, 2016

The YCC Family Crisis's mission statement is centered on helping those in the community, and on July 19, the organization was able to accomplish just that by orchestrating their 25th Annual "Real Men Can...

Barry Flitton of Career Services at Weber State talks to those who attended about opportunities in Ogden. (Gabe Cerritos / The Signpost)

Opportunities for professional edge revealed to student audience

Jasmine Pittman March 18, 2016

Imagine you’re sitting in the lobby waiting for an interview for the job of your dreams. You’re dressed to impress, confident and ready to take the job. What if I told you that the other person...

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