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Located 36 miles north of Salt Lake City, Ogden served as a major railway hub throughout its history, and still handles a sizable amount of freight rail traffic. Due to its location along major east-west and north-south routes, Ogden was also well used as a passenger railroad junction. The largest employer in Ogden is the Internal Revenue Service, with more than 5,000 employees.

Population: 82865
Local Newspapers: Standard-Examiner
Local Sports Teams: Utah Jazz (NBA) Real Salt Lake (Major League Soccer)
Local Colleges: Weber State University Ogden-Weber Applied Technology College

Zip Codes associated with ogden, utah: 84401 84403 84404 84405 84414
Towns/Cities near ogden, utah : Harrisville Riverdale Roy Washington Terrace Marriott Slaterville

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1 news He fled to Mexico after killing his girlfriend in a Utah...

He fled to Mexico after killing his girlfriend in a Utah cemetery nine years ago. Now, he'll spend at least 15 years in prison.

Here's the Key Economic Indicator You Should Watch in 2018

I think this year's top risk is a miscalculation by the Federal Reserve - specifically, that it will tighten monetary policy too much. The Fed is hiking interest rates because its experts believe the economy is close to "full employment."

Where do you want to die? Report ranks best, worst spots in U.S. Updated at

Where do you want to die? When asked, the vast majority of Americans answer with two words: "At home." Despite living in a country that delivers some of the best health care in the world, we often settle for end-of-life care that is inconsistent with our wishes and administered in settings that are unfamiliar, even dangerous.

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.

Trump says U.S. sold planes that only exist in 'Call of Duty'

President Trump's praise of the mysterious F-52 fighter aircrafts recently delivered to Norway wasn't advanced warfare, it was just Call of Duty. Trump during a conference at the White House Wednesday with Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg, claimed the United States had begun delivering two types of fighter jets to its Northern European ally: one real, and one that only exists in a video game, the Washington Post reported.

Seacoast exits Mountain Alarm

Seacoast Capital has exited its investment in Ogden, Utah-based Mountain Alarm , a maker of residential and commercial security and fire alarm systems. No financial terms were disclosed.

North Ogden mayor first to deploy while in office

North Ogden Mayor Brent Taylor, who also serves as a major in the Utah Army National Guard, will be deploying to Afghanistan later this month for an anticipated 12 months of military service. This will be the first known time in state history a sitting mayor deploys for wartime service in Utah.

Josaleigh Pollett

There are several albums from 2017 that have been on my list to get on the site for quite some time. Towards the top of that list is Ogden, Utah's Josaleigh Pollett.

Object that could be small plane spotted in Great Salt Lake

Authorities in northwestern Utah say they've found an object in the Great Salt Lake that could be a small plane that's been missing since late last month. A Cessna with two people aboard didn't return to the Ogden airport after a short sightseeing trip on Dec. 29. Salt Lake City TV station KUTV reports that Box Elder County Sheriff's officials spotted an object Saturday that could possibly be an aircraft.

Utah sees drug court participation decline after reform

Fewer people are enrolling in Utah's drug courts after the state launched a criminal justice reform three years ago that reduced some drug felonies to misdemeanors. The Standard-Examiner reports that participation is down by about 10 percent in the approximately 60 Utah drug courts, which are designed to give addicts a path to recovery.

A.M. Best Comments on Credit Ratings of Great Western Insurance...

A.M. Best Comments on Credit Ratings of Great Western Insurance Company Following Its Announced Acquisition by American Enterprise Group, Inc. A.M. Best Comments on Credit Ratings of Great Western Insurance Company Following Its Announced Acquisition by American Enterprise Group, Inc. A.M. Best has commented that the Financial Strength Rating of B++ and the Long-Term Issuer Credit Rating of "bbb+" of Great Western Insurance Company will remain unchanged following the announcement of the acquisition of Great Western by American Enterprise Group, Inc. through its subsidiary, American Republic Insurance Company .

American Enterprise Group Acquires Utah-Based Great Western Insurance

GWIC is a privately held, family-owned company based in Ogden, Utah. The company, which has 121 employees, focuses on providing pre-need insurance to the funeral home industry and is licensed to do business in 46 states and the District of Columbia.

Winter Market begins Jan. 20 at Ogden's Union Station

Farmers Market Ogden will host an indoor winter market on six consecutive Saturdays beginning Jan. 20 and ending Feb. 24. OGDEN - Farmers Market Ogden will host an indoor winter market on six consecutive Saturdays beginning Jan. 20 and ending Feb. 24. The market will be held at Ogden's Union Station, 2501 Wall Ave., and will feature local vendors with a focus on preserves and canned items. Hours are 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. There will also be local food vendors, artisan vendors, live music, free community yoga sessions and other activities.

6 news Utah woman who locked kids in car trunk while shopping...

A 40-year-old Utah woman charged with locking her two young children in the trunk of her car last year while she went inside a Walmart store to shop has been sentenced to probation. Tori Lee Castillo, of Ogden, was charged in Riverdale Justice Court with two class B misdemeanor counts of reckless child abuse.

Church president was familiar face to generations of Mormons

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Americans' Wages Are Finally On The Rise

Wages are growing in metro areas across the U.S. as businesses compete for workers in tightening labor markets, The Wall Street Journal reports. While the economy has trended upwards for the last eight years, wages in U.S. cities have remained somewhat stagnant.

Police make grim discovery after good Samaritan finds small child...

OGDEN, Utah - A man on his way to play a pickup basketball game led police to a grim discovery and may have saved a little girl. It all started when Marcus King answered the call from a 4-year-old child.

He found a toddler cold and alone in a park. She led officers to her a sleepinga mom, police say

King told Fox13 he was walking to play some pickup basketball with friends when he found a little girl playing in the snow alone at a nearby park in Ogden, Utah. It was around 6 p.m. Wednesday, and the man realized the toddler, wearing pink 'My Little Pony' pajamas, was poorly dressed for the impending cold night.

New visitors' center director to serve at Hill Cumorah and new MTC president to serve in Ghana

Brother Allen currently serves as a stake presidency counselor and recently returned from a mission in Beirut, Lebanon. He is a former president of the Switzerland Geneva Mission, bishop, high councilor, and missionary in the France Switzerland Mission.

Utah Opera Receives Endowment for Education Outreach

Utah Opera is delighted to announce the establishment of the " Elizabeth Brown Dee Fund for Music in the Schools," a $1 million gift that will continue to build and showcase our education outreach programs throughout the entire state. "We are immensely grateful to the Lawrence T. & Janet T. Dee Foundation for their commitment to sustaining our art form, especially our ambitious educational enterprise of bringing classical music to 150,000 Utah students annually," said Utah Symphony Utah Opera President and CEO Paul Meecham.

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