Former Sunset Junior High art teacher Ned Shelley can no longer draw, paint or speak on most days...
His young age is an attention-getter in a genre most followed by cowboys older than 55, followers say. But Thatch also holds his own when called upon to perform his classic poetry.
This year, the Ogden Soroptimist nonprofit will provide five $1,000 cash grants to award recipients through grants from the United Way of Northern Utah, according to a news release. The deadline for application is May 15.
Former Sunset Junior High art teacher Ned Shelley can no longer draw, paint or speak on most days as a result of Parkinson’s disease, but he’s still making a difference with his artwork.
This week, a food drive by the Bank of Utah corresponds with the opening of a new warehouse that will expand the Joyce Hansen Hall Foodbank at Catholic Community Services of Northern Utah.
Saturday groundbreaking ceremony offers evidence of “explosive” growth coming to Habitat for Humanities of Weber and Davis Counties. The agency has increased yearly production by an estimated 600 percent in two years.
Northern Utah Chapter American Red Cross looking for volunteers to install 300 free smoke alarms Saturday, April 14, in Ogden.
Weeklong activity is designed to engage Weber State Univesity students and Ogden residents in performing acts of civility.
Volunteers and participants will gather to eat and socialize for the first spring Free Community Meal May 12 in Ogden. Needed are more volunteers and donations of books and hygiene supplies.