Help “Build Hope” By Attending Habitat for Humanity Gala
Apr05

Help “Build Hope” By Attending Habitat for Humanity Gala

Habitat for Humanity of Weber and Davis Counties invites the community to their “Build Hope” Gala on April 11th, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., at Hub 801 (3525 Riverdale Road, Ogden, Utah 84405).  Since 2002 they have built 10 homes for local families in need – almost one home each year! They want to exceed that though, and build two homes a year. They also want to help 20 current homeowners per year with home repairs. They...

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10 Free Activities for Families in Northern Utah
Feb18

10 Free Activities for Families in Northern Utah

It’s weird, I feel like I can’t say “Looking for something to fill the time in these dreary, snowy, dark winter months?” Because, it’s been unusually warm and ridiculously full of sunshine the last few weeks.  Nonetheless, you may find yourself wondering what to do this weekend, or any day really.  The Salt Project has compiled a list of 10 FREE places to take your family.  These places are totally worth...

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Indie Ogden adventure guide: Snowshoeing
Oct29

Indie Ogden adventure guide: Snowshoeing

Sunday morning. 9:36 a.m. 19F according to my Jeep. The parking lot at Snowbasin is packed with skiers and snowboarders, with employees directing drivers to their respective spots. One thing that most people don’t realize is there is more to Snowbasin than skiing and snowboarding. To the east of the lodge by the overflow parking lot is the beginning of the snowshoeing, tubing, and cross-country terrain park. It’s...

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Indie Ogden Review: Ogden rox wholesale furniture
Feb24

Indie Ogden Review: Ogden rox wholesale furniture

You may have noticed that the old Ogden Rox building is occupied but the sign is still the same.  That is because Ogden rox adventure sports is now Ogden Rox wholesale retail. (They have since moved to their new location 2048 Washington Blvd. ) Inside is filled with furniture, vacuums, bedding, decor, kids toys and more all at an incredibly discounted price. Their old location on Harrison Blvd (when their name was bear bottom prices) ...

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Indie Ogden Review: Union Station and museums
Feb21

Indie Ogden Review: Union Station and museums

Being a recent transplant to the Ogden area via the Northeast, I was quite charmed by the West and delighted by what I’ve discovered in this great little town. One of the first things that I noticed upon arriving here other than the spectacular Wasatch front mountain range was Union Station. I admit it is hard to miss being in the prime location of Wall Ave. and 25th Street, but I also do have a special place in my heart for train...

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