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Student volunteers assemble dental hygiene kits. Photo credit: Alexandrea Bonilla

Many hands make light work

Alexandrea Bonilla January 24, 2022

What was planned to be a two-hour service project became a 30-minute activity when 25 students gathered to assemble over 600 dental hygiene kits for the Ogden Weber Community Action Partnership. On Jan....

Masks are required in all counties with high transmission rates of COVID-19, now including Weber and Davis county. Photo credit: Utah Department of Health

New COVID-19 guidelines are released for Utah

Braxton Brownlee October 26, 2020

The Utah Department of Health and Governor Gary Herbert announced new COVID-19 guidelines on Oct. 14 after a daily average of 1,204 new infections per day last week. The guidelines took effect Oct. 17.As...

Axes and a logo adorn a wall within the building. (Joshua Wineholt / The Signpost)

Choose your weapon: as long as it’s an axe

Brandon May September 7, 2018

Not very many people can say they played darts with heavy axes. Ogden’s Social Axe throwing has been a popular place for locals and Weber State students. Social Axe’s owner Brayden Floyd...

(Joshua Wineholt / The Signpost)

’Cats advance to second round of FCS playoffs

Jake Mcmahon November 26, 2017

For the first time in school history, Weber State University hosted an FCS football playoff game in Stewart Stadium, beating the Leathernecks of Western Illinois University by a score of 21–19 on...

Wildcats waiting to make their way onto the field. (Joshua Wineholt / The Signpost)

Weekly Wildcat Sporting Events

Jake Mcmahon September 14, 2017

With fall semester finally here, students have the opportunity to witness many Wildcat athletes in action. Whether it is Women’s Soccer showing no fear in taking on the Bruins of UCLA who are currently...


Weber State spins “hole-in-one” with disc golf course

Jake Mcmahon August 27, 2017

In an effort to bring the community together and inspire outdoor activity, a unique addition to Weber State’s campus is in the works: a disc golf course. As a part of the preventative maintenance...

(Source: Tribune News Service)

Stressed? You’re in good company

Japheth Pleasant April 13, 2017

Three cities within the state of Utah are among the top 15 most stressed cities in America: Provo (2nd), Ogden (8th) and Salt Lake City (15th), according to Herb Scribner of the Deseret News. The main...

Santa and Mrs. Claus wave to children and their parents during Ogdens Christmas Village Opening Event on Saturday, Nov. 26th.

Christmas Village opens with a parade and fireworks

Tara Carrasco November 28, 2016

Ogden City has one of the best Christmas scenes in the state: The Christmas Village. Rows and rows of small houses are set up by different companies, schools, clubs and banks. It’s a great way to...

Ogden seeks its first poet laureate, for which applications are due for Oct 1. (Source: Tribune News Service)

Ogden seeks its first poet laureate

Rachel Badali September 25, 2016

Ogden is searching for someone to serve as the poetic voice of the city. Applications are open now until Oct. 1 for the first-ever position of a poet laureate, an official ambassador of literary culture...

Shimmy Mob dancers perform at Harvest Moon Celebration in Ogden on Saturday, Sept 24. (Emily Crooks / The Signpost)

Harvest Moon Celebration brightens up downtown

Mathew Walker September 25, 2016

The Ogden Downtown Alliance and local businesses drew a crowd to the Harvest Moon Celebration Sept. 24 on Historic 25th Street, despite stormy weather that downed trees and destroyed homes in South Ogden...

Weber State Universitys Facilities Management works to clear a snapped tree blocking the path to the Social Science Building following the storm Thursday, Sept 22. (Emily Crooks / The Signpost)

Fall storm causes a mess on campus

Daniel Ray September 23, 2016
Tornado touches down south of campus; wind damages cars, trees on campus
A couple dances as Mark Chaney Trio plays Jazz at the Station on Wednesday, Sept 14 (Dalton Flandro / The Signpost)

And all that jazz

Chris Nichols September 18, 2016

Grab your saxophones and fedoras because Ogden City’s Jazz at the Station is geared up to entertain. Jazz at the Station is a reoccurring event that takes place on the second Wednesday of each month. ...

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