Monthly Archive: August 2016

Meet Annie Roe, Our New Blogger

Hello Ogden! My name is Annie Roe, and I’m going to start writing articles on the Union Station blog. Why? For practice, experience, and fun. Here’s a little background about me. I’m 13 and I have lived in Ogden my whole life. I love writing and I want to be an author. I’m fairly new …

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Saving Irene Woodhouse

Found a fun news clip about Irene Woodhouse today. Or, more accurately, by Irene. Irene was a historian in Ogden who, for many years, wrote a regular column in the Standard-Examiner called “Ogden Anecdotes.” They were stories about the past, as seen from the 60s and 70. We do stories about the “good old days” …

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Riding in Style: Nobody Lives Like This Any More

I had the incredible pleasure of showing Ann Roe, niece of one of our employees, around our new “Riding In Style” exhibit in the Utah State Railroad Museum. Ann wants to learn to write, so she’ll be doing some blogging for us. I wanted to show her the new exhibit because it is a good …

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Telitha Lindquist Greiner carried on her family’s legacy

I read, with great sadness and a bit of loss, the obituary of Telitha Lindquist Greiner in the Standard-Examiner recently. (Click here.) Sadness because I know her husband well. Jon Greiner was former Ogden Police Chief, a former Utah State Senator, and heck of a nice guy, now running Ogden’s Airport. You hurt for a guy …

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