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NOT REAL NEWS: A look at what didn't happen this week

Not Real News

A roundup of some of the most popular, but completely untrue, headlines of the week. None of these stories are legit, even though they were shared widely on social media. The Associated Press checked these out; here are the real facts: NOT REAL: Texas Church Shooter Was Antifa Member Who Vowed To...


Recreation

Curtis Creek to Randolph – fast and fun

Don Erekson on the trail to Randolph at Roundup Spring

I always enjoy learning about a new trail, so when one came up in a conversation with Mike Sheridan of Ogden, I was ready to go. I talked my neighbor, Don Erekson, into going with me. We loaded up and headed to Monte Cristo to meet Mike at the snowmobile parking lot near Ant Flat Road on Highway 39....


Local

Ogden's SHARE, Inc. closing after 42 years of emergency food delivery

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An organization of volunteers delivering emergency food supplies to the hungry, SHARE Inc., is ceasing operations.


Recreation

Northern Utah ski resorts gearing up for winter season

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Quickly cooling temperatures and snow dusting Northern Utah’s peaks can only mean one thing: Ski season is coming.


Environment

ATVs could be coming to Antelope Island State Park

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The Utah Department of Natural Resources is mulling the idea of guided tours on some trails.


Faith

Quiz: How well do you know religious holidays?

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Take our quiz and test your knowledge of holidays observed throughout the year by different faiths.


Recreation

Upgrade ski, snowboard equipment during the Ogden Ski Swap this weekend

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There are still a few weeks to upgrade or trade in your skiing equipment before Northern Utah’s ski resorts open for the season.


Local , Health & Fitness

Mountain biking program a life-changer for two Fremont High students

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“I knew the struggles he was having just a few months earlier (and) for him to ride that six miles of that course with all the other riders — I was super, super proud of him.”


TX

Jazz up daily life by seeking new adventures

TX. Adventures

Last summer, I found myself falling in love with the old cities and awe-inspiring architecture of Italy, Switzerland and France. It was an experience I will never, ever forget. From the colorful buildings of Cinque Terre to the waterfalls of Switzerland and the Eiffel Tower itself, I was going on...


TX

Forget Zion and Bryce — ever been to Pando?

TX. Pando clone

Growing up and living in Utah can certainly be a unique experience. Many of our state’s most remarkable and admired features are the exceptional outdoor vistas, ranging from expansive mountain fronts to diverse national parks full of numerous unique rock formations. While Utah’s five...


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