CATEGORY: NEWS


Stewart pushes for three-digit suicide hotline

by Becky GINOS bginos@davisclipper.com WASHINGTON, D.C.—Suicide is becoming a national crisis and lawmakers are trying to implement a new...


Sheriff represents county in Washington, D.C.

by Becky GINOS bginos@davisclipper.com FARMINGTON—Davis County Sheriff Todd Richardson may be coming to the end of his term but...


Address 343 honors those lost on 9/11

by Becky GINOS bginos@davisclipper.com CENTERVILLE—It was all smiles as dirt turned last Saturday for the new Centerville Fire Station...


Woods Cross police chief resigns his post

by Becky GINOS bginos@davisclipper.com WOODS CROSS—In a surprise turn of events at last week’s city council meeting, Woods Cross...


Stewart shares 9/11 memories with Millcreek students

by Tom HARALDSEN tharaldsen@davisclipper.com BOUNTIFUL—Though none of the students themselves were alive when the terrorist attacks of 9/11 occurred,...


Online schools provide alternative to traditional

by Becky GINOS bginos@davisclipper.com WOODS CROSS—Not every child will enter the school doors this year. Some will be booting...


What does the change in Scouting mean to Davis County?

by Nettie H. Francis Davis Clipper KAYSVILLE—On May 8, 2018, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announced...


Local pastor devotes his life to others

by Becky GINOS bginos@davisclipper.com NORTH SALT LAKE—Spend a few minutes with Pastor Alex Lucero and you can’t help but...


Stay alert and slow down in school zones

SALT LAKE CITY—School’s back in full swing and so are kids. The Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) reminds drivers,...


District implements safety measures as school resumes

by Becky GINOS bginos@davisclipper.com FARMINGTON—Teachers and students are back in the classroom in Davis School District and so are...