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Located about 25 miles north of Salt Lake City, Layton's population was only about 600 in 1940. It was then that the Hill Air Force Base arrived, followed by World War II. War workers started populating the area and the 1950 census counted 3,456 people. Layton altered from a farming town to a city with a large residential base. After the war, those not working at the Air Force base commuted to the Salt Lake City or Ogden areas.
Local Newspapers: The Salt Lake Tribune Deseret Morning News
Local Sports Teams: Utah Jazz (NBA) Real Salt Lake
Local Colleges: Weber State University
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GOP official in Utah appears to question women's right to vote
'The more I study history the more I think giving voting rights to others not head of household has been a grave mistake!' Casey Fisher posted. Casey Fisher, a precinct chair with the Davis County, UT, Republican Party, made the comments Sunday and was met with swift condemnation, so vicious that he shut down his Facebook page.I-15 in Davis County to close intermittently in January for construction
Utah Department of Transportation crews will close two northbound lanes and one southbound lane on I-15 between Hill Field Road and Antelope Drive Monday night as crews pour concrete in the median. The freeway will then be closed between the two roads for three consecutive nights as crews place steel beams over I-15 as part of the Layton Crossing bridge construction.Ground broken for new FamilySearch Center in Ogden, Utah
With a Jan. 8 groundbreaking ceremony, the Church has commenced construction on a new FamilySearch Center on the corner of Grant Avenue and 22nd Street, near the Ogden Utah Temple in the heart of this northern Utah City. Like similar facilities that have been constructed recently in other locales such as Salt Lake City, Layton and St. George, Utah, the new facility, expected to be completed in the spring of 2019, will offer fun and innovative family history activities free of charge to patrons of all ages.2 news Former director of Salt Lake City's 911 dispatch center...
Freitag, 38, of Layton, was charged in Davis County Justice Court with class B misdemeanor driving under the influence of alcohol, class C misdemeanor open container/drinking alcohol in a vehicle, and class B misdemeanor carrying a dangerous weapon while under the influence of alcohol. Matthew Rojas, spokesman for the Salt Lake City mayor's office, said last week that a review of Freitag's schedule indicates that he was on the clock at the time of the arrest - 1:25 p.m. on Jan. 3 - though he added that Freitag's schedule is somewhat fluid, due to occasional long days.Layton mother in search of missing memorial wreath
A mother's memorial for her daughter, killed by distracted drivers, has disappeared. She is looking for answers and has a reminder for all drivers and pedestrians.Six lanes still planned for U.S. 89
The Utah Department of Transportation still plans a six-lane expressway along 9 miles of U.S. 89 between Farmington and I-84 in Uintah, Weber County. Although keeping the highway at four lanes was considered, the change was not included in newly released revisions to a draft state environmental study for the $275 million project expected to be completed in 2021.Kaysville councilman says he won't resign after censure
Following no public discussion, the Kaysville City Council voted to censure Councilman Dave Adams and call for his resignation Thursday night in wake of reports he's being investigated for extortion. Newly elected Kaysville Mayor Katie Witt warned that people disrupting the meeting would be removed under the city's public decorum rules.Layton police seek public's help identifying alleged sex offender
Police are asking the public to help identify a man who they say exposed himself to two women and tried to grope a third at an apartment complex near the Layton Hills Mall. Each of the reported incidents happened between 5:30-6 a.m. at Layton Meadows Apartments, 540 W. 1425 North, police said in a prepared statement.Salt Lake City 911 dispatch director arrested for DUI, then fired from his job
Scott Freitag, allegedly found to be over twice the legal limit, had an open mixed drink in the car, police say. Salt Lake City 911 dispatch director Scott Freitag - who is also a Layton City council member - was arrested Wednesday afternoon while allegedly driving drunk in a government vehicle.Kaysville expected to censure councilman, call for his resignation
Kaysville City Councilman Dave Adams talks about his firetruck and city funds used in a repair of the truck at his home on Monday, July 11, 2016. KAYSVILLE - In the wake of reports that the Davis County Attorney's Office is investigating Kaysville City Councilman Dave Adams for extortion, the City Council is expected to censure the councilman and ask for his resignation.1 news Kaysville city councilman's theft accusation leaves him the...
Councilman Dave Adams claimed a businessman stole his trailer, and later asked the Davis County sheriff to reinvestigate after prosecutors declined to file charges. After the Davis County attorney's office declined to file charges on theft allegations brought by Kaysville Councilman Dave Adams, prosecutors began investigating Adams for allegedly extorting the accused trailer thief, according to a recently unsealed affidavit for a search warrant.Photo Flash: Aladdin Jr. Opens at On Pitch Performing Arts
OPPA! in Layton Utah opens the magical children's classic Disney's Aladdin Jr. January 11th with shows running through January 13th. Are you ready to take a Magic Carpet Ride with OPPA! well... Disney's Aladdin Jr. is full of all the magic and wonderment that we all remember and is completely performed by 20 of Layton's MOST TALENTED KIDS! When the street urchin, Aladdin, vies for the attention of the beautiful princess, Jasmine, he uses a genie's magic power to become a prince in order to marry her.School supplies business to close its doors after 120 years
One of Utah's oldest retail companies is preparing to make its final sale after more than a century of doing business. Utah-Idaho Supply/Map World announced Wednesday that it will close its doors in early 2018 "due to competition from national-chain, big box stores and ever-expanding online vendors."4 news She was late just once to her job at Hill Air Force Base. So...
She was late just once to her job at Hill Air Force Base. So when the 75-year-old didn't show up last week, her co-workers began to worry.Utah firefighters continue to serve in Thomas Fire
More than 100 firefighters from 20 Utah fire agencies are on a two-week deployment to the Thomas Fire in Ventura County, Calif.Utah film lovers get a deal, and sometimes problems, with MoviePass service
Justin Roylance likes to go to two or three movies a week - and thanks to a new subscription service, he's not busting his budget. Roylance, a satellite technician in Ogden, is one of the approximately 600,000 subscribers to MoviePass , a service that promises nearly unlimited movie tickets for $9.95 a month - roughly the price of a single ticket.
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