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Horse pulling contests were popular competitions in Layton during the early 20th Century.
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In the early 1920s, the first road paved in Layton was Sugar Road, to aid truck traffic from the Sugar Plant. The route to Main Street, along Gentile Street, was paved soon after, although this paving only involved a single travel lane.
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Important safety, emergency preparedness tips
Rocky Mountain Power has three DON’T do suggestions and seven DO suggestions for homeowners: -Don’t overload outlets with too many plugs. -Don’t run electric cords under furniture or rugs. ... more
Posted on October 31, 2014
Antelope Drive related work to close US-89 lanes Wednesday to Friday
The Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) advises motorists that one lane will be closed in each direction on US-89 in East Layton, from Wednesday night, Oct. 29 through Friday morning, Oct. ... more
Posted on October 29, 2014
A look back: Halloween in Layton used to be all about tricks, not treats
Halloween in Layton a century ago, in 1914, was all about pranks and parties, not candy. Just like the rest of the nation, trick-or-treating didn’t catch on until the late 1940s, after World ... more
Posted on October 27, 2014
Regulations for adding a shed to your yard
Did yard equipment and toys accumulate around your home over the summer? Thinking of building a shed, or purchasing a pre-made shed and having it placed on your property? Your ... more
Posted on October 23, 2014
FEMA Revised Floodplain Appeal Period
Layton City has received a letter from FEMA stating the appeal period will start after the second publication of the “notification concerning the appeal process” in the Standard Examiner and the Davis County ... more
Posted on October 21, 2014
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