Family and friends watched as 35 people from 24 countries received their certificate of U.S. citizenship during a naturalization ceremony Tuesday, Nov. 21, 2017, at Hill Aerospace Museum.
Story by MARK SAAL • Photos by SARAH WELLIVER • Standard-Examiner Staff SOUTH OGDEN — Harold “Hal” Golde may not be the oldest person to perform the national anthem at…
Hal Golde has been singing since he was 5-years-old. Now at 94, the WWII veteran has no intention of stopping anytime soon. Listen as Golde sings “Indian Love Call” in memory of his wife Mary, and talks about his passion for music.
Story by Mitch Shaw • Video and photo by Benjamin Zack • Standard-Examiner staff OGDEN — Music has quite literally been Andrew Wiscombe’s saving grace. The 34-year-old Henefer resident was diagnosed…
Marine veteran and Mountain Ridge Assisted Living resident Belle Willis had one wish on her 94th birthday; driving the community bus. With help from Bonneville high school, the Ogden City Police Department and the “Livin’ the Dream” program, Willis found herself behind the wheel Thursday, July 6. “I’m just floored,” she laughed, “I didn’t think they’d go for it.”
During World War II, Ogden native Ray Hobbs served in the U.S. Air Force as a B-17 pilot. In the final weeks of the war, Hobbs flew in Operation Chowhound…
Sonja Stewart, mother of Matthew Stewart, talks about the past five years since Matthew was involved in a shootout with police officers in Utah.
Music by Chris Zabriskie.
Motorcyclists rode as part of the funeral procession to commemorate Robert Tyler in Ogden on Friday, April 8, 2016.