People entering the workforce today are more concerned about doing something that makes a difference, not just for themselves and their families, but for everyone. In a capitalistic society, the success of a business is not just about profit share but also about public perception.
It’s been said that some things are more art than science, but this summer you don’t have to choose. Through a partnership with various departments on the Weber State University campus, Ogden parks will be home to the Arts in the Parks and Science in the Parks programs.
Over the Memorial Day weekend, over a hundred miniature and Shetland ponies came together at the Golden Spike Arena for the Regional Miniature and Shetland Pony Show.
Rare Brazilian Samba class starts in Ogden by a passionate teacher.
The Ogden Nature Center kicked off their 2016 summer concert series with a performance by The Barefoot Movement, an acoustic, bluegrass band from Nashville.
Business Spotlight - Murray Les Schwab keeps its commitment to customers and the community rolling while it builds a new store at the familiar location on State Street
Two years ago the Salt Lake County Aging and Adult Services approached my office to see if we would possibly have city employees volunteer to help with the Meals on Wheels program. It was offered to our employees and many volunteered to help with this service for some of our residents.
About five years ago, Liberty Elementary parent Niki Mabey wanted to introduce a spring fun run to complement the school’s annual fall turkey trot.
More than 49 girls at Parkside Elementary and 25 girls at Woodstock Elementary were among 110 teams of third- through sixth-grade girls in Utah who took part in a 12-week, 24-lesson program this spring, combining exercise with life skills. Grant Elementary, Twin Peaks Elementary and AISU also had teams.