From the Editors

Friday FAQs: Why does the Standard-Examiner put sticky ads on its front page?

As part of an initiative to be more transparent, build trust and give our readers a behind-the-scenes look into our newsroom, the Standard-Examiner is running a weekly series answering questions from our readers.


Food

Ogden Restaurant Week reviews: Here's what you thought

Ogden Restaurant Week is in full swing as diners taste the best 25 local restaurants have to offer.


Local

North Ogden power outage affects more than 5,500 customers

NORTH OGDEN — More than 5,500 Rocky Mountain Power customers lost power just after 11 a.m. Wednesday in North Ogden.


From the Editors

Friday FAQs: How does the Standard pick businesses, activities in list stories?

As part of an initiative to be more transparent, build trust and give our readers a behind-the-scenes look into our newsroom, the Standard-Examiner is running a weekly series answering questions from our readers.


Police & Fire

Bomb threat leads to evacuation at 2nd District Courthouse again

Editor’s note: This story was updated at 4:20 p.m. 


Guest Commentary

Readers react: McKay-Dee Hospital removes sugary drink options

OGDEN — Don’t mess with people’s sugary drink options.


Police & Fire

Ogden Fire Department: Late-night fire causes $30K in damages

OGDEN — Nineteen firefighters responded to a structure fire just after 10 p.m. Monday, April 9, at 179 35th St., according to the Ogden City Fire Department. 


Police & Fire

Clearfield Police ID man from fatal industrial accident

Clearfield Police officials released the identity of a man who died after an industrial accident Saturday, April 7, at PolyExcel.


Police & Fire

SWAT arrests man who barricaded himself inside Roy home

ROY — A man is in custody Monday, April 9, after he allegedly barricaded himself in a home following a family dispute and then assaulted a police officer in Roy.


From the Editors

S-E publisher, executive editor discuss publishing decisions in wake of Sinclair must-runs

From March 23-30, local Sinclair Broadcast Station-owned KUTV Channel 2 ran a scripted promotion 19 times discussing “fake news” and the “troubling trend of irresponsible, one-sided news stories plaguing our country,” according to an Alliance for a Better Utah study. 


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