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Opioid abuse an epidemic in Utah

by Becky GINOS bginos@davisclipper.com LAYTON—Americans are slowly self-medicating themselves to death. In 2016, 64,000 died from a drug overdose...


Program provides hope, support for ‘kinship’ caregivers

by Becky GINOS bginos@davisclipper.com CLEARFIELD—Deborah and Jim Jensen were a retired couple in their 60s ready to take on...


Millheim announces retirement from Farmington administration

by Louise R. SHAW lshaw@davisclipper.com FARMINGTON—After almost eight years managing the growth and controversies in Farmington, Dave Millheim has...


Inspired by the world around us

by Louise R. SHAW lshaw@davisclipper.com BOUNTIFUL—Adam Larsen is inspired by childhood, Vince Mattina is motivated by sleepless nights, Frank...


Science of Invention Festival at NHMU this Saturday

SALT LAKE CITY– Some of Utah’s most innovative scientists and inventors will gather on Saturday, Aug. 11, from 10...


Unaffordable housing has become a crisis in Utah

by Lana Medina Davis Clipper Despite an uptick in employment, Utah is becoming more unaffordable for low-income families. According...


25th anniversary event draws 1,200 to Antelope Island

by Louise R. SHAW lshaw@davisclipper.com ANTELOPE ISLAND—The sun had just barely set after sending a burst of rays through...


Vietnam Wall: Replica dedicated in Layton Commons Park

by Becky GINOS bginos@davisclipper.com LAYTON—The Vietnam War was a long and controversial conflict. But for those who served –...


New innovative Farmington High School opens its doors

by Becky GINOS bginos@davisclipper.com FARMINGTON—Walking through the doors of the new Farmington High School is sort of like taking...


Venezuelan creates children’s history book

by Becky GINOS bginos@davisclipper.com BOUNTIFUL—What started as a simple visit to the Bountiful Historic Museum with her children turned...