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Weber County hires law firms, plans to sue opioid makers, distributors

OGDEN — Weber County leaders are planning to file suit against the makers of opioids, hoping to recoup some of the costs the county has incurred in dealing with opioid abuse and addiction.


Utah Rep. Fawson resigning, sets up special vote among GOPers to replace him

NORTH OGDEN — Utah Rep. Justin Fawson has formally tendered his resignation, as had been expected, and a special election has been called to find someone to fill out his term in the District 7 seat through the end of 2018.


Commissioner Gibson cleared in Ogden police probe, won't face charges

SALT LAKE CITY — The Davis County Attorney’s Office has finished its review of the police probe into Weber County Commissioner Kerry Gibson and won’t file any charges.


North Ogden officials support trash fee hike to save recycling program

NORTH OGDEN — North Ogden officials are on board with the proposed 49-cent hike in monthly trash-collection fees to salvage the city’s recycling program.


Ogden judge rejects call for halt to North Ogden amphitheater construction

OGDEN — A judge on Tuesday rebuffed a group of North Ogden residents’ call for a temporary court order to halt construction of a new amphitheater in Barker Park.


North Ogden mulls 49-cent hike in trash fees to cover recycling costs

NORTH OGDEN — North Ogden officials are mulling a 49-cent hike in monthly garbage collection fees to maintain the city’s recycling program, the focus of heightened scrutiny as the value of recyclable items dips.


Weber County officials seek feedback on future development as growth looms

OGDEN — With growth all but inevitable in Weber County in the years to come, county planners are trying to get a handle on the situation before more change occurs.


AAR Corp. expanding Ogden operations to fulfill $909.39M USAF contract

OGDEN — The expansion of a U.S.-based aerospace firm’s Ogden operation will create at least 30 new jobs in the near term.


Weber Co. proposal to hire Layton firm renews debate over use of consultants

OGDEN — Weber County commissioners are considering a contract with a Layton consultant, and the proposal — focused on the county’s anti-poverty efforts — is renewing the touchy debate over use of outside contractors.


Weber County voters can meet the candidates in upcoming events

OGDEN — Those wanting to learn more about the candidates for office in upcoming Weber County elections have a few opportunities to get to meet and know them.

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