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D.L. Evans Bank Announces New Branch In Logan Utah.

Zehireta Avdic

D.L. Evans Bank announces plans to open a branch in Logan Utah.

During his inauguration Weber State University President Brad Mortensen announced ’CATapult.

Good Company Theatre Announces First Dance Concert

Good Company Theatre

"SPHERE: In Between" with local contemporary dance companies

The Salvation Army Accepting Donations Through Virtual Kettle

Ogden-Weber Chamber of Commerce

Everyone can help The Salvation Army and be a bell ringer by simply posting a flyer in your place of business or within your sphere of influence.

WSU Honors Graduates at 154th Commencement

Weber State University

More than 2,119 Weber State University students have applied for graduation and will be honored during the 154th convocation ceremonies on Dec. 13, beginning at 8 a.m.

Local Humanitarian to Speak to WSU Graduates

Weber State University

Scholar and humanitarian R. Robert “Bob” Harris will be the honored speaker during WSU’s 154th convocation ceremonies Dec. 13.

Weber State Credit Union to become Ascent Credit Union

Weber State Credit Union

A New Name with the Same Great Service

Snowbasin Resort Releases Après Music Line-Up For The 2019-20 Winter Season

Ogden-Weber Chamber of Commerce

WSU Selects New Athletic Director

Weber State University

Weber State University announced Tim Crompton as the new Director of Intercollegiate Athletics, a role he has filled as interim since May 2019.

Four Dynamic Presentations on Marketing Strategies and a Hands-On Creative Workshop

TSS Wins VA Cheyenne UPS Maintenance and Battery Replacement Contract

Titan Specialized Services

Titan Specialized Services (TSS) announced today that it is the recipient of the prime contract award from the Department of Veteran Affairs to provide UPS maintenance services at the VA Cheyenne Health Care System in Wyoming.

WSU Lecture to Examine Digital Culture’s Impact on Politics

Weber State University

The author of the recently released book, “Know-It-All Society: Arrogance, Politics and our Digital Culture,” will discuss his work at Weber State University, Oct. 10 at noon in the Lindquist Hall Haven J. Barlow Lecture Hall (LH 101). The event is free and open to the public.

Opioid Awareness Week Comes to WSU

Weber State University

WSU Invites the Community to Celebrate Homecoming

Weber State University