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August 21, 2013

What sets you free?  If it includes riding a bike on the road or in the mountains, taking part in a Wildflower Event is something you need to put on your to do list.  

By Erica Beckstrom
What sets you free?  If it includes riding a bike on the road or in the mountains, taking part in a Wildflower Event is something you need to put on your to do list.  

April 20, 2013

Opening day of the new Wildflower Outdoor store on Old Highway Road brought a healthy stream of shoppers to the new store dedicated to fulfilling women’s outdoor needs.  

Opening day of the new Wildflower Outdoor store on Old Highway Road brought a healthy stream of shoppers to the new store dedicated to fulfilling women’s outdoor needs.  

August 13, 2012

Kacee Waldron was crowned Morgan County Fair Queen Monday night at the rodeo.  Reganne Hales Princess and Taylor Porter Jr. Princess.  With a personality to light up the arena, as well as the backstage, Tiffany Chappell was voted as Miss Congeniality.

Kacee Waldron was crowned Morgan County Fair Queen Monday night at the rodeo.  Reganne Hales Princess and Taylor Porter Jr. Princess.  With a personality to light up the arena, as well as the backstage, Tiffany Chappell was voted as Miss Congeniality.

July 18, 2012

As formidable rivals on both the slopes and soccer field, Stacie Palmer and Erika Beckstrom never fathomed that one day they would not only be best friends, but working together to bring Utah’s premier cycling event, the Wildflower Pedalfest, to Morgan County.  

As formidable rivals on both the slopes and soccer field, Stacie Palmer and Erika Beckstrom never fathomed that one day they would not only be best friends, but working together to bring Utah’s premier cycling event, the Wildflower Pedalfest, to Morgan County.  

April 21, 2012

It’s that time of year when spring is in the air and Evanston Cowboy Days is getting ready for their big rodeo over Labor Day Weekend.  First we must have a queen to reign over the festivities and promote the sport of rodeo.   Evanston Cowboy Days is looking for any young lady ages 16 to 24, living within a 50 mile radius of Evanston, to fulfill this fun and exciting job.

September 15, 2011

Suzanna Curtis, a seventeen year old Morgan High senior from Enterprise, recently won reserve Training champion at the area nine event championships in Greeley Colorado. Suzi rides a seventeen year old thoroughbred mare named Amazing Grace (Gracie).   

 

August 4, 2011

 

Saturday July 30th brought runners and walkers together to experience Morgan’s first  history making marathon.

Runners started at 5:30 A.M. for the marathon, 6:30 A.M. for the Half Marathon and 7:00 A.M. for the 5k run and walk.

Runners came from all over the valley as well as from other areas to run the races.  One lady came all the way from Colorado, visiting the Holcim Cement Plant on a business trip. She heard about this event and wanted to make a run of it.  This was her first time running in three years, as she and her husband had been attacked by a mountain lion, while running in Colorado. 

 

Saturday July 30th brought runners and walkers together to experience Morgan’s first  history making marathon.

July 19, 2011

This past Saturday the Morgan County Horse 4-H Council held their first horse show of the 2011 season. Due to a concerning equine virus outbreak this spring, the horse show scheduled to be held in June was cancelled, leaving only two remaining State qualifying shows.  Any Morgan County horse 4-H member hoping to qualify for the opportunity to attend State Finals in Salina this September understood the increased significance of points earned at this show.

 

July 19, 2011

On Saturday July 23rd twenty-nine cowboys and cowgirls from every county in the state of Utah will take center stage at the Ogden Pioneer Days Rodeo to be honored for their outstanding contribution to the preservation of Utah’s cowboy culture today and for future generations.  The individual selected from Morgan County is Rodney Haslam.