After 44 years in business, the Bookateria is closing its doors. The used book store in Ogden is selling off around 450,000 books for one dollar a piece.
Filming for Mormon musical “Saturday’s Warrior” took place at Ogden’s Union Station from Friday, Sept. 11 to Wednesday, Sept. 16.
The Weber County Fair, open though Aug. 8, 2015, offers everything typically found at the yearly gathering: golden-fried funnel cakes, spiral fries, foot long corn dogs, Greek and Korean goodies, and fresh-squeezed lemonade and limeade.
Hundreds of people attended the first ever Ogden Pride Festival at the Ogden Amphitheater on Saturday, August 1, 2015.
The Ogden Pioneer Days Rodeo continued with the third night of action on Wednesday, July 22, 2015.
The Utah Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum has a collection of nearly all of the Ogden Pioneer Day Programs dating back to the first celebration in 1934. Curators are trying to track down the programs for 1940-42.
A stage coach robbery, vintage tractors and local produce and farm animals all made an appearance at the first official Downtown Ogden Farmers and Art Market Saturday, July 11, 2015.
The older photographs are from the Armistice Parade of 1919 that took place in Ogden. They include photographs of the troops returning from war, various women’s groups, and school children. These photographs were donated by Richard Roberts.
The new photos are from the Standard Examiner photographers. These pictures depict various patriotic events that have taken place through Davis and Weber county.
Best photos from the Standard-Examiner staff over the month of June