Old Fashioned Ogden Eats
Jun26

Old Fashioned Ogden Eats

A local senior living home in Ogden, Utah holds a plethora of old fashioned recipes, waiting to be discovered or maybe revisited. The residents at Legacy House of Ogden, an assisted living and memory care community, have years of experience in the kitchen and secret recipes that will start unfolding here on Indie Ogden, once a month. “Our retirement community has deep roots in Ogden, because of the dear residents we have the...

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Indie Ogden History- Ogden Union Station
Jun01

Indie Ogden History- Ogden Union Station

This slideshow requires JavaScript. At the bottom of historic 25th Street, Ogden’s Union Station is a stunning historic building to the casual passerby. Spanish Colonial arches, tile mosaics, and a sunset-colored, brick façade— all hints of another era.  Massive, retired locomotives and colorful freight cars haunt its borders, quiet shadows of their former glory. The Union Station accommodates a limited amount of freight by rail these...

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Local Spotlight: Ogden arts festival
May21

Local Spotlight: Ogden arts festival

The Ogden arts festival is in its 9th year and there are some exciting things going on this year that you don’t want to miss. John and Mikaela went down to the union station to sit in on one of the meetings  and get some questions from the busy organizers. Be sure to keep an eye out because we will be featuring a ton of new articles all about Ogden  Arts Fest right here on Indie Ogden!   What are your names and what do you...

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Local Spotlight: I am Ogden
Apr30

Local Spotlight: I am Ogden

You have probably seen the ‘I am Ogden’ books around town , know someone whose photo is inside or have a  copy sitting on your table. As a fan of all things O-town i just had to know who was behind this amazing book. Luckily, he wasn’t hard to track down and I was able to get an interview with  him to learn more about ‘I am Ogden’ and what inspired him to create such an amazing book. Tell our readers a...

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Ogden’s native history: The winter of 1854
Mar02

Ogden’s native history: The winter of 1854

‘When the Mormon pioneers arrived in Utah on July 24, 1847, they entered a land already occupied by as many as 20,000 people.  Native peoples – Utes, Shoshones, Paiutes, Goshutes, and Navajos – had called this place their home for generations.  The area around Ogden was no different.  Although this region was frequented by many different bands, the most regular residents were a loosely associated group that came to be popularly...

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