September 29, 2022
101 North Commercial Street Morgan, Utah 84050
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Changes in MSD helps keep our students safe

Recently a popular social media page run by locals in Morgan expressed concerns about the safety of the schools in Morgan following the latest school shooting in Texas. “Safety is our number one priority in the district,” stated Superintendent Doug Jacobs. Each month a safety board for the district meets that is made up of […]

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Community Calendar

August 1-online registration opened for MGMS August 4- online registration starts for MHS August 8- online registration starts for MMS August 9- Weber-Morgan Health department is unveiling new campaign at Riverside Park 1p.m.  August 10- High school pictures, student IDs and Chrombook checkout.       In-person school fees at MMS       MGMS […]

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Morgan School District Board of Education

Public Notice Pursuant to Utah Code 52-4-102 the Board hereby gives notice of an open meeting to be convened as outlinedbelow. The Board may move into a closed meeting for discussion of specifics as outlined in Utah Code 52-4-205.A video/audio recording of the meeting will be available at http://www.morgansd.org the following day. In compliancewith the […]

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Driver Uninjured in Vehicle Collision with Cougar

A mountain lion was hit by  a vehicle traveling westbound through Weber Canyon, Friday, July 15. The driver, Isaac Beus, who is a local resident of Mountain Green, was involved in the incident.  When interviewed for comment, Beus shared his account of  the unfortunate event.   During his test drive of a Dodge Charger, Beus made […]

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Historical train depot restoration and construction updates

Driving along Commercial Street, the presence of construction workers at the historical train depot is a good sign that the rehabilitation is well underway. Having been on Morgan City Manager Ty Bailey’s project list for the past two to three years and the Morgan County Historian Rachel Turk’s list for even longer, it is a […]

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MHS students participate in a national competition

Skills USA is a weeklong competition held in Atlanta, Georgia, with approximately 12,000 competitors from around the country, all who have won state titles in their respective fields. Everyone that made it to nationals took gold at state. Two students from Morgan High School had the opportunity to participate this year. The event was held […]

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Mane Attraction staff bids fond farewell to stylist

Times have changed, faces have changed, and even hairstyles have changed. After many years, RaeDell Giles has retired from Mane Attraction. Giles’ enthusiasm for life will remain the same; she is a very talented, caring and a beautiful lady.  She has helped to make Morgan more beautiful with her amazing talent.  Giles started doing hair […]

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Boundary Changes announced for Morgan wards

Boundaries in three wards for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the Morgan Stake were realigned. The Morgan 10th ward, 12th and 2nd wards were adjusted and the Morgan 4th ward was formed. The new bishopric is Bishop Chris Hales, First Counselor Jason Lott, and Second Counselor David Donaldson.

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Teacher Spotlight Marcus Hadlock MMS

Marcus Hadlock was born and raised in Vernal, Utah. After graduating from Uintah High in Vernal, he attended Ricks College earning an associate’s degree before attending Utah State to earn a Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education. He also has a master’s degree from Weber State University in Curriculum and Design. Hadlock in currently in his […]

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