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Shani Allen DuttonBack when Weber High had windows!! What a gorgeous building.

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Randy ChambersOh my goodness!! The Dreaded Fish! I never knew anyone that actually 'Rode the Fish' but the fear was real.

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Katie HarrisI made a copy of this. This is where my husband went to High School. (Not in 1927, however! haha)

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David ButlerThat's where my mother (born 1915) attended Weber high School.

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Gary AtteberyThey probably did. I remember wrestling there when I was at Davis High.

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Norma Klein..as viewed from the parking lot of McDonald's!

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Russell CrookWhere was this building?

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Jalene Nelson PrinceThat is where I went to school 1950

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Sandi BrownMy dad was in the first graduating class of '27

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Larry McKainMemories.....

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Jenell Garner Geilman"Good old Weber"

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Jake ChambersRandy Chambers Craig Chambers, did you guys go to this building?

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Florence Snooks (1885-1978) helped with the primary boys for many years in North Ogden. ... See MoreSee Less

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The fourth grade North Ogden Elementary students in 1950 are shown in their classroom. Do you see anyone you know?
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People are standing on an avalanche that came down in the winter of 1929 in North Ogden. The snow slid down to 3100 N. in the vicinity of Bates Elementary (about 900 E.) Alice Wyatt remembers sledding for 7 consecutive weeks on snow-packed North Ogden roads during that winter. ... See MoreSee Less

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Terry Debbie JonesLove this picture of my Dad, Bill Bailey. It's fun to see his friends too. I had never seen it before! Thank you for sharing!๐Ÿ’—๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ’—

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Tammy Shriber MontgomeryI love this picture! I could have picked some of them out with the names written there. โค๏ธ

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Larry McKainGreat photo!

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Mike MorbyHonor to know some of these folks

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Susan Deamer HolbrookWhat fun they they had

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Shannon Bailey ReidJames Bailey

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North Ogden Historical Museum added 2 new photos.

Who remembers this North Ogden landslide? Several homes were damaged. The slide happened Sept. 7, 1991 near 1375 E. 3075 N. after a few days of heavy rain.
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Larry McKainI vaguely recall it. Wasn't it the result of a fire that burned off all the vegetation in that area ?

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Roger BriggsOff topic, But wasn't there a home in NO hit by an avalanche mortar? 1970s, Launched over the mountain from Wolf Creek.

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Amber Skeen WilliamsThis was my house. We lost pretty much everything we had. I was 10 & still remember every little detail. We were inside the house and by many miracles made it out alive. An event like this really pulls people together & you see the greatness of everyone coming together & helping out.

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Cami ParryI remember going to Stake Conference that Sunday morning, and President Chugg getting up, and telling us we had work to do, and that he wanted all who could, to go home get dressed in "grubbies", take buckets, and gloves, and help clean out those houses. It was the shortest Stake Conference I have ever attended. We went and worked for hours. I had blisters on every joint in my fingers, but I felt awesome afterward. North Ogden is a great community.

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Anthony P. AmmanI remember it well....100 yr flood. The rain fell like a solid wall of water for at least 3 days straight. Camarron Cove was hit hard. Five days before that storm hit I had a dream that was a full on premonition and then it happened for real.

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David ShepherdLots of sandbagging! What a mess! Lots of volunteers out doing what they could. A tragedy for so many but it was inspiring to see citizens come together to help!

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Laci Horspool JonesI totally remember. Our house flooded and filled up with 4 feet of water in the basement. People were canoeing down our road. There was water up to our door .

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Erin Green ClawsonWe have a home video of this and all the damage. We lived just down the street. I remember packing up a bunch of our house for both the flood and the fire. Putting sand bags around the house during the storm and then doing cartwheels in the mud right across the street from this house. I think I was 7 or so.

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Craig M. WalesCaused by a fire during the spring that caused trees to fall creating an unknown damn that filled with water and burst when the rains came. If i remember correctly. I could be wrong

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Brad AllenSpent hours upon hours upon hours filling and delivering sand bags with my mother and dozens of others. I can still remember when the Red Cross showed up over at the gravel pits with sandwiches and cookies. They were soft chocolate chip and wrapped in cellophane. It was a very stark counterpoint to everything going on. I haven't thought about those floods in years.

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Kim StrankI remember the water running down our driveway on 2850 and it flooding our basement. The amount of rain that came down in such a short amount of time was amazing as it ran off the front of the house like a waterfall. It flooded our breezeway, garage and backyard.

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Valerie FergusonTalking of sand bags and slides, we moved into Cold Water estates early 80s with sand bags in back yard.

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Danielle Draper PaceI remember wading through waist deep mud and how everyone was out helping bail out homes and what ever else was needed.

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Alyssa FlemingI ened up with a pet salamander out of that flood lol. It was in our window well

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Raney StrebelWe moved here in 2000, but I remember my new friends telling me about it. We moved into Cameron Cove

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Alyssa FlemingYep I remember it I was a only 10 but went around with my dad helping bucket water out of basements

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Clint WirickTyler Wirick and Brady Wirick you might remember just a little ๐Ÿ˜‰

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Grant RoylanceI talked to the homeowner of the house in the bottom photo. He said it was a pretty helpless feeling watching it all happen. Basements and lower levels are the first to flood. If at all possible, move your favorite treasures higher in your home.

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Marilyn Crawford RandallI remember watching that from my house

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Shantel Janett ClarkI remember. It was neat to see neighbors come together.

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Jill Bryan BerniOh yes, I remember it well๐ŸŒง๐ŸŒง๐ŸŒง

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Sharon Kay Henderson MillerI remember!

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Monty YoungWas there helping clean up

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