North Ogden’s Spring Clean Up

N Yard Waste  • Appliances  • Electronics •  Recyclables • Tires May 18 & May 25 from 8:00am to 4:00pm • May 20-24 from 8:00am to 4:00pm Proof of current North Ogden residency is required (driver’s license or City utility bill) NOT ACCEPTED • NO commercial waste or dumping • Household garbage that belongs in your weekly garbage pick up • Hazardous waste or materials … Continue reading North Ogden’s Spring Clean Up

Household Hazardous Waste Program:

The household hazardous waste program at Weber County Transfer Station (867 W Wilson Lane-Ogden) is for all Weber County residents. The program is FREE for household quantities of hazardous waste. Small business owners may be assessed a fee depending on quantities brought in. The hours and months of operation are everythird Saturday of the month beginning in April and ending in September. Hours of operation … Continue reading Household Hazardous Waste Program:

Art Contest Winners!

Vote Winner: Airrman Kinmont by Robyn Kinmont Editor’s Choice: Hyper Realistic M&M’s by April Crestani Honorable MentionsL-R: 5,000 Fed, Ministering to One by Justin Thompson • Stars by Kayla Boatwright • Mrs. Van Gogh by Sierra LarsonL-R: Hayfield in North Ogden by Celstia Whitehead • Going Down by Tom Redding • The Next Stage of Grief by Bria O’Ferrell Continue reading Art Contest Winners!

What to Eat: Bombay Grill

Sometimes your food destination can bring you to a place that is unique and totally unexpected. An urban adventure! From the curb, Bombay Grill has an eclectic vibe to its location on Washington Boulevard in Ogden. It’s a type of place that makes you ask, what exactly is in there? When Jaspal Singh opened his establishment in 2007, he chose this location after having noticed … Continue reading What to Eat: Bombay Grill

Teriyaki Pork Bowls

Teriyaki Pork Bowls By: Shauna Havey Liven up your springtime dinner menu with this protein and veggie packed dish.  Made with lean pork and cauliflower rice, it’s the perfect start to lighter, seasonal eating. Bold teriyaki sauce and a variety of crunchy toppings finish off this healthy family meal.  Feel free to sub in regular white rice if you like. Serves 4 1 1/2 pounds … Continue reading Teriyaki Pork Bowls

Easter Fluff Bars

These soft and gooey cookie and marshmallow bars are as irresistible to eat as they are to look at! A simple, store-bought sugar cookie dough becomes a festive and fun Easter treat when topped with a layer of lemon-flavored homemade marshmallow. Easy enough for the kids to make and pretty enough to grace your Easter table, you’ll have a hoppin’ dessert even the Easter Bunny … Continue reading Easter Fluff Bars

Wasatch Peaks Credit Union Car Loans

Feeling Stuck in your Car Loan? While some bills can’t be changed, with a little legwork, other bills can and make a big difference in your monthly payment. Refinancing your vehicle loan can lead to a lower monthly payment, a shorter payment term, or both! Here are three common life changes that may mean it’s a good time to refinance your vehicle. 1. Your credit … Continue reading Wasatch Peaks Credit Union Car Loans

Intervivos Gun Trusts

by Garrett T. Smith Gun trusts are becoming increasingly popular as more restrictive gun control laws are being implemented, the last of which was by executive order in July 2016. Certain firearms are restricted under Title II of the National Firearms Act (NFA). The most common Title II weapons include suppressors, short barreled rifles and shotguns, and automatic weapons. A gun trust protects the privacy … Continue reading Intervivos Gun Trusts

Heiner’s Insurance

4 Things to Consider When Finishing a Basementby Acuity Insurance So, you have decided that finishing your basement is this year’s big winter project. Where do you start? Before you begin framing out walls or putting up drywall, there are a few steps you should take to make sure your basement is ready for a makeover. Moisture Test. The first and one of the most … Continue reading Heiner’s Insurance

Weber High Performing Arts Tour

W120 students from band, choir, orchestra and journalism enjoyed 5 days in sunny California Hopping on a bus with limited air conditioning, Wi-Fi, and foot space as you travel from Utah to California in the middle of the night for ten hours isn’t what a teenager would usually choose for fun. However, when the destination is Universal Studios, Disneyland, college tours, and workshops with 120 … Continue reading Weber High Performing Arts Tour

What’s Happening….

New and Upcoming Businesses and Housing Projects in North Ogden By Lisa Arner Have you heard the latest buzz in the City? Do you know there will be new places to grab food and drinks? What do you know about the construction going on? Some of it means new housing choices, so maybe you’ll want to plan that move you’ve been considering. Curious about some … Continue reading What’s Happening….

Munchkin Mansions Headed to North Ogden

By Ken Young The City Planning Commission and City Council are currently grappling with a proposed land development on the City’s western border which is unlike any other to this date. The proposed development is purported to help with the area’s critical need for affordable housing and also increase tax revenue. At first glance this may seem to be a win-win for all citizens but … Continue reading Munchkin Mansions Headed to North Ogden

Students of the Month

Weber High School Sydney Simmons took the theme of kindness to heart. Sydney decided to make T-shirts with “Be Kind” written out in ASL. Granted, part of this was to support her efforts to earn a trip to Disney; however, it goes further than this. She is a person who is always helpful and kind to others, and is often seen including people from various … Continue reading Students of the Month

Calendar Of Events

SCHOOL EVENTS Weber High School April 1-5: SPRING BREAK 2019 NO SCHOOL April 8-12:  Mr. Weber week April 9: 3:30-5:30 baseball @Davis, 3:30-5:30 Boys soccer @Weber April 10:  3:00-5:00 Track & Field @Weber, 3:30-5:30 Baseball @Weber April 11: State Drama Competition, Girls golf 12:00-5:00 @The Barn, 3:30-5:30 Boys soccer @Layton, 3:30-5:30 Boys Tennis @ Weber, Softball 3:30-5:30 @Northridge April 12: Baseball 3:30-5:00 @Davis April 13: … Continue reading Calendar Of Events

Mrs. Cavanaugh’s Chocolates

Marie Cavanaugh was convinced she could raise money for a local project selling chocolates by using her mother’s recipes and with her friend’s help. She was right! In 1963 she wanted to continue making chocolates and had the idea to start a business. She approached the local banker with an unlikely request for a woman in a small community. She took in a box of … Continue reading Mrs. Cavanaugh’s Chocolates

April Employee Of the Month: Lynn Bexell

Lynne Bexell is one of the City’s administrative assistants and has been specifically assigned to the Planning Department.  Lynne first started working for the City in January of 2018, but has lived in North Ogden for a while. Lynne has a wide variety of skills and has improved several of the city’s applications along with proofreading printed material.  Lynne has great customer service skills and … Continue reading April Employee Of the Month: Lynn Bexell

Message From the Mayor Brent Chugg:

April is named after the Greek goddess of love, Aphrodite.  In the Roman calendar, the fourth month April is spelled Aprilis, meaning “to open.”  The name Aprilis then fits April because in so many places in the Northern hemisphere April is the month when trees and flowers begin to bloom. The birthstone for people born in April is the diamond.  The diamond is one of … Continue reading Message From the Mayor Brent Chugg: