City Council Update: Getting a new Public Safety Building is top priority

One of the top priorities for the council is planning to build a new Public Safety Building for the police department. The current  building is far too small and they recently moved  evidence offsite to make room. The council wants to plan for police force growth in line with the projected growth of the city. One idea introduced in the meeting was to add the Public … Continue reading City Council Update: Getting a new Public Safety Building is top priority

City Council Update: A potential shift in stop signs on 800 East

The Police Chief Dirk Quinney presented the plan to move north and southbound stop signs at 3200 North and 3400 North along 800 East. Currently the stop signs are placed so north and southbound traffic must stop. He said they plan to move the stop signs at both intersections to the opposite directions so east and westbound traffic will have the stop signs. Quinney said … Continue reading City Council Update: A potential shift in stop signs on 800 East

Library Activities

North Branch Library ( for more activities) Feb 13 – Adult Sewing: Felt Phone Cases at 6:30 PM – Register 801-337-2605. Feb 18- Weber County Libraries will be open on Presidents Day Feb 19 – DIY ART: Mandalas at 7 PM call 801-337-2605 Children Programs (look on website for all the available programs) Mondays – Youth Chess Club – ages 4-18. All supplies provided, all … Continue reading Library Activities

Senior Citizen Events

Senior Events North View Senior Center 485 E. 2550 N. • North Ogden, Utah 801-782-6211 Volunteers are needed at the senior center. Lunch:   11:50 AM –                 Mon, Tues, Wed, & Fri. Dinner: 5:00 PM –                 Thurs. (Opens at 1 PM)                 Seniors over age 60 – $3.00                 Seniors under age 60 – $6.00 *Meals include a main dish, fruit, vegetable, and … Continue reading Senior Citizen Events

New Year’s Resolution 2019: NEVER Let Winter Be Boring

Snowshoeing is a great way to get some cardio. I know there are lots of you out there who have brand-new, never-been-used snowshoes hidden away in the back of your closet, waiting for the perfect time to take them out. Now is the time! Outdoor activities in the cold take a little extra preparation. Remember to dress in layers. It’s really cold out there, but … Continue reading New Year’s Resolution 2019: NEVER Let Winter Be Boring

Heiner’s Insurance: Benefits of a Smart Thermostat

by Addie B. @ Acuity According to the U.S. Department of Energy, heating and cooling account for nearly half of a home’s energy costs—over $900 each year. Smart thermostats can help control costs by providing more control over home temperature. A smart thermostat is a Wi-Fi enabled device that automatically adjusts temperature settings in your home for optimal performance.Heat Smart thermostats provide homeowners several other … Continue reading Heiner’s Insurance: Benefits of a Smart Thermostat

Pleasant View Mayor Message

February is bringing a change to the Pleasant View City Council. Councilman Chugg had a wonderful opportunity to purchase a home and property adjacent to his family’s farm in a neighboring city. 
David told me it was a very difficult decision to move out of Pleasant View for a multitude of reasons. Both he and his wife felt like this was a once in a … Continue reading Pleasant View Mayor Message

Early Native Americans

Native American inhabitants settled along the small creeks in the area. Food for their ponies was plentiful and hunting in the Pole Patch area and nearby hills was alluring. Native Americans pitched their tents and found food in Pleasant View long before the first trappers, explores, or pioneers and settlers arrived. Many relics found indicate some may have lived here for extended periods of time. … Continue reading Early Native Americans

Employee of the Month-February

EDylan Hill Dylan Hill has been chosen by his co-workers for Employee of the Month.  Dylan has been with the City since 2014.  Dylan assisted in training two new employees to get their CDLs.  Including coordinating with the CDL tester, practice driving with the employees as well as learning state driving law for the written test. Dylan has been actively rebuilding PRV stations for the … Continue reading Employee of the Month-February

Intervivos: Reviewing Your Estate Plan

By Garrett T. Smith A common question I am asked when helping families set up their estate plans is, “How often do I need to update my trust?” Unfortunately, there is no simple answer. I find myself giving the traditional attorney answer of “it depends.” There is no universal answer to this question because there is such a broad spectrum of family dynamics. As a … Continue reading Intervivos: Reviewing Your Estate Plan

Wasatch Peaks: Do I need an Emergency Fund and a Rainy Day Fund?

Q: Do I need to have a separate rainy day fund and emergency fund?  A: Rainy day funds and emergency funds serve different purposes. It’s important to have both available to tap into as needed. Read on for answers to all your questions on rainy day and emergency funds.  Why have a rainy day fund?  Say your washing machine suddenly needs replacing. You’re looking at an extra … Continue reading Wasatch Peaks: Do I need an Emergency Fund and a Rainy Day Fund?

What to Eat: No Frills Diner

No Frills Diner 449 W 12th St. Ogden, UT 84404 (801) 393-6090 Are you the kind of person that loves hole in the wall restaurants? If so, you will love No Frills Diner. If you’re the kind that likes to play it safe by only eating at national chains, I promise, this restaurant is worth a try. This nondescript and aptly named No Frills … Continue reading What to Eat: No Frills Diner

Pinnacle Accountancy Group

Pinnacle Accountancy Group New 2018 Tax Reforms By Cameron Pibble At Pinnacle Accountancy Group of Utah, tax time is our favorite time of year.  In December 2017, Congress passed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (The Act).  The Act makes sweeping changes to the U.S. tax code and impacts virtually every taxpayer.  These changes are now in effect when filing your 2018 individual and business … Continue reading Pinnacle Accountancy Group

Students of the Month

Students of the Month Shannon Hunstman Weber High Shannon started a group called Faces Not Phones at our school which she asked me to advise. The goal of the group is to get students more involved with personal connections as opposed to being on their phones all the time. As president of the group, Shannon compiled several sanitation and food kits for Syrian refugees who … Continue reading Students of the Month