After the county’s previous postmaster accepted a position in Hooper, Morgan was left without a postmaster for a few months. Dave Schroeder has now filled this vacancy and is the new postmaster for Morgan County
Boy Scout Unit 576 of the Mt. Ogden District, Trapper trails Council, has been placing the American flag in the front of various Mountain Green homes for nine years! What a great patriotic service to our community! Plus, those who have subscribed to their service help support our local Boy Scout programs and summer camps. One hundred and eighteen flags are being posted this year for each of the seven flag holidays.
There is a time for everything under the sun; a time for every season. But the season of the family-owned farming operation is on the verge of its last leg on its steady decline into oblivion; losing ground by the day
One of the first things I remember about growing up is that people would always tell me how much I looked like my dad…especially the brown eyes. I always liked it when people said that to me. But, until I grew up, I did not realize how much we were alike in other ways as well…at least in my mind.
Huntsville, UT - Utah's Snowbasin Resort has filed a Master Plan with Weber County's Ogden Valley Destination and Recreation Resort Zone to build a massive resort village at the ski area, finally realizing its plan to become a world-class ski and snowboard resort.
In the Morgan City Council meeting on Tuesday, a public hearing was held for the 2010/2011 budgets. There was light attendance by citizens, however, changes that will affect each resident of the city. In addition to the budget for the city that was discussed and approved, new rates were set for services from the city.
The city council has been keeping their words consistent with their actions over the past several months. After the city repeatedly expressed a strong commitment to rejuvenating Commercial Street, this week they have taken some actions to do just that through more beautification.
In March, FindMyPast.com announced that many of the Chelsea Pensioner records have been digitized and indexed. This is a big deal because they are the records on anyone who received a pension from the British Army from 1760 to 1913. At the end of last week they announced that they had added 100,000 records to the collection.
I’ve noticed as I’ve looked in the mirror lately that I’m looking older…but seriously…do I look like someone’s grandfather? At this point, to ask the question matters not, because I have now become an official member of the “Grandpa Club.”