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Resident requests memorial at Morgan skate park

On Tuesday, June 14, during the citizen comment portion of the Morgan City Council meeting, Crystal Middleton approached the council on behalf of her...

Morgan City debates and approves additional recreation board funding

Sadly, attendance at regular Morgan City Council meetings is pretty sparse other than a reporter and elected officials.  But every so often when residents...

All options for voting in June’s primary election explained

Primary elections this year are a bit tough to understand, admits County Clerk Auditor Stacy Clark, when the Democratic Party has an open primary...

Community rallies to take part in ‘Fran’s Fight’ with heart disease

While 18-year-old Katelyn Lee participated in Morgan High’s School graduation ceremony a few weeks ago, her mother wasn’t in the audience.  But that didn’t...

Governor Herbert visits Mountain Green

After a half-hour meeting at Browning Arms headquarters in Mountain Green followed by another half-hour tour of the facility Monday morning, Gov. Gary Herbert...

Local speech honors 150 years of Memorial Day, 50th anniversary of Vietnam

Every Memorial Day in Morgan, presentations are given at different dedicatory sites. All the services this year were beautifully performed, but one address in...

MHS freshman Kate Netherton presents at International Science Fair

When Morgan High School freshman Kate Netherton began her project for the class science fair in Stacy Floyd’s Earth Science class, she had no...

Roger Fowles’ teaching legacy spans over 44 years

In January of 1972, Roger Fowles became “Mr. Fowles” at Morgan Elementary School and now 44.58 years and 1,215 students later, “Mr. Fowles” is...

Morgan High accepts cash and trophy for preventing vehicle fatalities

Don’t Drive Stupid. The message is spreading throughout our community and is starting at the Morgan High School after a campaign started earlier this year. ...

High school puts on ‘Fiddler on the Roof’

Traditionally spring plays are smaller and slightly scaled back from their fall production counterparts, but this year as drama teacher Candice Wilder prepared to...