Where to get a free meal this Thanksgiving in Ogden

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Volunteers have organized six upcoming free Thanksgiving meals for those in need in the community...


Local Santa posthumously honored in Ogden's Christmastime kickoff

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Mike Wiggill, who died of brain cancer last February, being honored during downtown Ogden’s Nov. 25, 2017, holiday events.


Restaurants open for Thanksgiving Day 2017

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Whether you’re traveling, celebrating on your own or just looking to avoid the hustle and bustle of not only shopping, but cooking, Thanksgiving dinner, there are several restaurants catering to you.


For some, Turkey Bowl games are an important part of Thanksgiving celebration

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Every year for the past 15 or so, Nic Cronin has organized his dream Thanksgiving football game.


Thanksgiving recipes: Loaded Sweet Potato Casserole

Loaded sweet potato casserole

This gorgeous sweet potato dish replaces the cinnamon and marshmallows in your traditional sweet potato casserole with all the flavors of a loaded baked potato.


LDS Church President Dieter F. Uchtdorf dedicates Meridian temple

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As part of the dedication activities, 6,000 local youth participated on Saturday, Nov. 18, in a cultural celebration honoring Idaho and Church history.


Teens sound off on Trump supporters, bigotry

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Since the November 2016 presidential election, the United States has seemed, to a lot of people, more politically divided than it has been in a long time. One could argue that the root of most of the divisiveness comes from the debate between people who support Donald Trump — and the people...


Macy's parade tops off band leader's long career

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For the last 30 years, Steven Hendricks has been teaching important lessons about life through music, but now the time has come for him to retire from his career as band director and move on to the next stage in his life. But before he moves on, Hendricks is giving the Davis High School Marching...


What traditions define your Thanksgiving?

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What do you do to celebrate thanksgiving? The first Thanksgiving was a celebration of the fall harvest. The colonists and the Native Americans in early America had a feast and gave thanks for the meal. They ate many foods you see on your Thanksgiving dinner table today such as turkey, ham, potatoes,...


The TX. 10: Favorite Thanksgiving foods

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1. Stuffing 2. Mashed potatoes 3. Turkey 4. Pumpkin pie 5. Ham 6. Squash (brown-sugared) 7. Corn on the cob 8. Cranberry sauce 9. Sirloin steak 10. Hamburgers — Kade Combe, DaVinci Academy


Bottom Line trivia

TX. Cranberries

Ripe cranberries will bounce; there are small air pockets inside the berries.

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