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06/26/2019 - 10:17am
Iowa is a rural state and its people have great pride in the bustling communities that dot our state. Countless Iowans grew up and continue to live in small-town Iowa because of the great quality of life that our rural communities offer. As state lawmakers, it is our responsibility to ensure that Iowans living across our state continue to have abundant opportunities to live, work, and raise a...
06/26/2019 - 10:13am
The Ogden Ambassadors made two stops in one when they visited both Made to Gaze and The New Moon Mercantile on June 20. Located at 325 W. Walnut, both businesses operate under the same roof. Made to Gaze, owned by Amber Trusler, is a screen-printing business that specializes in clothing. While Trusler does make bulldog apparel to have on hand, the...
06/26/2019 - 10:08am
06/26/2019 - 9:41am
The Ogden Reporter is hosting a fun event for all of Ogden to participate in! Each week during the month of July, we will publish five trivia questions about all things Ogden (25 questions total) for participants to answer. Each correct answer will be counted as an entry to a drawing to win either a first or second place prize. To enter, cut out...
06/26/2019 - 9:36am
As part of his effort to reach all 99 counties during his first term, Iowa’s Secretery of Acriculture, Mike Naig, paid a visit to Ogden on Thursday, June 20. Hosting a round table discussion at the Lucky Pig, Sec. Naig spoke on some of the common topics affecting the ag community as of late, before taking questions from a room full of locals...
06/26/2019 - 9:30am
The first person to cross America on a motorized vehicle was a man named George A. Wyman, when he rode from San Francisco, California to New York City in the year 1903. Riding on a 200cc, 1.25 horsepower “California” motorcycle designed by Roy C. Marks of the California Motor Company, Wyman embarked on an epic 50-day transcontinental...
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