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Volume XVIII Issue XIII The Ogden Valley news Page 11 December 15, 2010 Utah Wildlife News Possible Change for Coyote Trapping—Trap-check time might be lengthened Festival of Lights in Old Town Eden members of your Regional Advisory Council one of two ways. Then, RAC chairmen will share the input they receive with members of the Utah Wildlife Board when the board meets in Salt Lake City on January 4. RAC meetings - You can attend your upcoming RAC meeting. Date, time, and location for the Northern Region is December 15 at 6:00 p.m. in the Brigham City Community Center, 24 N. 300 W., Brigham City. E-mail - You can also provide your comments to your RAC via e-mail. E-mail addresses for your RAC members are available at <www.wildlife.utah.gov/public_meetings> The group each RAC member represents (sportsman, non-consumptive, etc.) is listed under each person’s e-mail address. You should direct your e-mail to the people on the RAC who represent your interest. After a trapper sets a trap to catch a coyote, when should he be required to visit the trap again to see if he caught anything? That’s a question you can help answer at a series of public meetings. Currently, trappers in Utah must check all of their foothold traps within 48 hours of setting them. Lethal traps, such as neck snares, must be checked once every 96 hours. An idea that’s being proposed would lengthen both of those times to seven days. Members of Utah’s Central Regional Advisory Council have asked the Utah Wildlife Board to lengthen the times. At the board’s December 2 meeting, members of the board See Hundreds of Wild Elk directed the Division of Wildlife Resources to Hyrum -- You can take a sleigh ride that gets take the idea to the public. you close to as many as 600 wild elk. The rides More information about the proposed change are available four days a week at the Hardware is available at <http://go.usa.gov/1nL> Ranch Wildlife Management Area. Share your thoughts - After reviewing the Now that winter weather has arrived, more proposal at http://go.usa.gov/1nL, you can share WILDLIFE NEWS cont. on page 13 your thoughts about the possible change with North Ogden Revealed in Historical Context in New Book New from Arcadia Publishing’s Images of America series is North Ogden. In over 200 vintage photographs, the North Ogden Historical Museum shares the history of the area in this new book. North Ogden is a quiet community nestled in the foothills of the Wasatch Mountains. The majestic Ben Lomond Peak silently towers over the city to the north with Lewis Peak standing guard to the east. Beautiful panoramic scenery is enjoyed in all directions. During the early 19th century, the city and surrounding areas were inhabited by the Spanish and Native Americans, and explored by trappers. North Ogden City was established in 1851 and the challenges facing the pioneer families were numerous. Settlers encountered Native Americans, hungry wild animals, devastating grasshopper invasions, extreme weather conditions, and depleted food supplies. Regardless, the city’s population thrived. Farms, orchards, and businesses prospered. The perseverance of these early settlers is linked to the rich heritage treasured by the citizens of today. For the publication, staff and members of the North Ogden Historical Museum Board have selected photographs dating back to the first century of the city’s existence offering a glimpse into the past. The images are drawn from the museum’s archives and from the generous citizens of the community, many of whom are descendents of the original settlers. The North Ogden Historical Museum is dedicated to preserving the history of the city. Authorship of North Ogden Community members working on the museum project state that the goal, from the inception of The North Ogden Historical Museum in 2006, has been to preserve North Ogden’s rich heritage, and to educate the community about the legacy left by their ancestors and the community’s founders. The book proudly showcases many of the photographs and histories preserved in the Museum’s archives today. The organization of the museum began with a committee formed by Mayor Gary A. Harrop (2005-2009) and his late wife Linda. Board members state, “Since obtaining status as a nonprofit 501(c) 3, great efforts have been made to establish a North Ogden museum for all to enjoy.” Museum board members include Aloma and Richard Blaylock, Penny Clendenin, LaVern Cottrell, Holly and Curt Fuller, Amber Hansen, Susan and Dean Holbrook, Debbie Jones, Rosemary Jones, Leslie Liechty, Todd Perkins, Bruce Spackman, Lana Tolman, and Alice Wyatt. Many of these board members are descendents of the original settlers of North Ogden. “The book was written and compiled by Holly Fuller and edited by Lana Tolman. The entire Museum staff was among the generous contributors of photographs, histories, and assistance. Proofreaders included Denice Barker, Dennis Chamberlain, Doris Cox, Amanda Cottrell, Jenica Jacobsen, and Steve and Marie Warren. With this combined effort, we are pleased to present a photographic history of the great city of North Ogden. We hope to bring back fond memories, and inspire the community to preserve photographs, along with family histories and stories. “The members of the North Ogden Historical Museum would like to take readers on a journey through the times of the early settlers and the first 100 years of North Ogden’s history. With this book, we hope to encourage an enthusiastic connection to the past and an appreciative awareness of our city’s natural surroundings and peacefulness.” “North Ogden” is now available at area bookstores, independent retailers, online retailers, or through Arcadia Publishing by calling (888)313-2665 or visiting <www.arcadiapublishing. com> This soft-cover book is priced at $21.99, and includes 128 pages. A portion of the profits from the sale of the book will be donated to the North Ogden Historical Museum. Happy Holidays to ogden Valley We are the solution to your neW year’s resolution! Great Stocking Stuffers! Gym-Only memberships for only $25 per month.* Month to month memberships are now available. * Some restrictions apply. Call for details. Call (801) 745-1700 to sign up now. 4776 East 2600 North ~ Eden Located down behind the old car wash at the end of the cul-de-sac. 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