Lagoon Day Pass Information, Tickets and Tours ticket price, $36 --$45.74 at the gate Lagoon Meal Deal ITT ticket price $41 -- $53 at the gate Lagoon Season Pass $90 at ITT   Flowrider, iFly, iRock at the Solomon Center in Ogden $45 for a $50 gift card to use at any one of the three locations   Boondocks in Kaysville At ITT: $22 for a $30 gift card to use for activities   Hogle... Read more
UFC 113, May 8, free admission, limited food menu and drink specials beginnig at 7 p.m. Fight starts at 8 p.m. Members can reserve tables beginning May 3. Memorial Weekend All-Night Dance Party, with new sound system and lighting system, May 30. Wristband sales begin at 7 p.m., DJ starts at 9 p.m. DJ Panama is back spinning your favorites. Members free; $8 cover charge for nonmembers. Mother's... Read more
Auto Hobby Shop, State Safety Inspections and Emissions Inspections both for $43. Call for an appointment, at (801) 777-3476. The 22nd Annual Rod Run has been set for Aug. 15, 10 a.m.-4 p.m., at Centennial Park. Pre-registration: $20 before Aug. 12, on-site, $25. Free admission for spectators. Bring the whole family. Registration fee includes T- shirt and dash plaque. Awards will be presented in... Read more
Summer reading fun at the library is just around the corner. Our theme this year is "Voyage to Book Island" so hop on board and explore the tropics through books, interactive programs and special guest performances. Cool prizes can be won each week when kids meet their reading goals. The program is open to kids ages 5 to 11 and will run from June 8 to Aug. 3. Registration begins May 3 at the... Read more
1st Sgt. Cindy George, a member of the 419th Medical Squadron, assists Zoe Waits as she tries on a protective vest. Catherine McNally/U.S. Air Force
Catherine McNally, Hilltop Times Staff
Social media is definitely not the newest fad to hit the streets, but it's definitely the newest fad to hit the runway. Thanks to a memorandum from the Department of Defense, the Air Force in March opened up access to social media sites for various bases and currently plans to open up access Air Force-wide sometime this spring. "The Air Force views the use of social media sites as a positive way... Read more
Home School: Monday-Thursday 1 p.m.-2:30 p.m. and Friday 12:30- p.m.-1:30 p.m. -- for "home school" and "traditional school" families with children 7 years and older. Get together for a variety of activities to include physical education, science, computers and cooking. If successful, will continue in September. Teen Time: Monday-Thursday, 2:30 p.m.-3:30 p.m. -- during this time the Youth Center... Read more
Hill Aerospace Museum volunteer Carol Mooney is recognized for her service by Commander of the 75 ABW Col. Patrick Higby. (Todd Cromar/USAF)
Catherine McNally, Hilltop Times Staff
On the morning of April 19 Team Hill members and leaders gathered at Club Hill to recognize the efforts and dedication of Hill's volunteers at the Volunteer Recognition Breakfast. Five nominees were recognized for their outstanding service: Edna Berg, Ogden Air Logistics Center, for her work at the tax center; William Dewey, 75th Force Support Squadron, for his work with the Outdoor Adventure... Read more
MSgt Christopher Hayes, section chief of Fuels Operations at Hill Air Force Base, discusses synthetic fuels at his office. Mary Lou Gorny/Hilltop Times
Mary Lou Gorny, Hilltop Times Editor
As aircraft after aircraft in the Air Force becomes certified in the new blend of biomass fuel, the focus is growing on the areas opening up by such synthetic fuel developments. Hill's own Master Sgt. Christopher Hayes, section chief of fuels operation, played his part in one such test at McChord Air Force Base, Wash., as the C-17 Globemaster III was prepared for a certification flight more than... Read more
388 CMS Amn Jatelvis Sharpe and Mike Tully, 75 ABW SA Robby Hedrick, 388 CMS Joe Martinez, 526 ICBMSG Capt Richard Brown (Mary Lou Gorney/Hilltop Times)
Mary Lou Gorny, Hilltop Times Editor
A conversation across a board of 64 squares -- that's a brief description of the game of chess two participants agreed upon before play in the Air Force 2010 Chess Program Base-level Tournament at the Youth Center April 10. "Even though you don't say a word to each other, there is a conversation taking place across the board and personalities show through, too," said John Minnoch, current... Read more
Keynote speaker Eileen Hallet Stone, an oral historian and author, addresses those gathered. (Alex R. Lloyd/U.S. Air Force)
Lee Anne Hensley, Hilltop Times Correspondent
Members of Team Hill and the local Jewish community convened at the Hill Air Force Base Chapel Annex April 14 to memorialize the millions of Holocaust victims and pay tribute to the U.S. and Allied soldiers who helped defeat Nazi Germany and liberate the Holocaust survivors more than 65 years ago. The inaugural Days of Remembrance event at Hill AFB was held in the middle of the week designated by... Read more