CATEGORY: NEWS


Memorial honors Rachael Runyan

by Becky GINOS bginos@davisclipper.com SUNSET—It’s been 36 years since the abduction and murder of little 3-year-old Rachael Runyan rocked...


‘Centerville Cares’ promotes overall well-being

by Becky GINOS bginos@davisclipper.com CENTERVILLE—Centerville Mayor Clark Wilkinson is not only concerned about the city but for the residents...


Unique storage units could help affordable housing crisis

BY BECKY GINOS bginos@davisclipper.com FARMINGTON—Living in a shipping container – crazy right? EcoBox Fabricators don’t think so. In fact,...


Youth program saving troubled kids

by Becky GINOS bginos@davisclipper.com BOUNTIFUL—There’s a group of dedicated people who are quietly working to save troubled youth in...


Sharing the history of Layton is a passion for museum director

by Louise R. SHAW lshaw@davisclipper.com LAYTON—Bill Sanders has a way of making history interesting. August will mark 20 years...


Students return to newly remodeled schools

by Becky GINOS bginos@davisclipper.com BOUNTIFUL—As students headed back to school on Wednesday, many found themselves in new surroundings. Several...


DTC makes leadership changes

KAYSVILLE—Changes are taking place in the leadership at Davis Technical College. The Utah System of Technical Colleges (USTC) Board...


Leeman appointed to fill vacancy on Farmington City Council

by Louise R. SHAW lshaw@davisclipper.com FARMINGTON—Alex Leeman was appointed to fill a vacancy on the Farmington City Council, after...


Transplant games celebrate life for recipients

by Louise R. SHAW lshaw@davisclipper.com LAYTON—For Brayden Seymour, the best part of participating in the Transplant Games of America...


Adams announces bid for Senate President

by Becky GINOS bginos@davisclipper.com LAYTON—Although the next legislative session is still a few months away, lawmakers are preparing for...