Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Watch the girl on the bike but "Hang On!!!"

You will need to turn up the volume to hear her hit the pole.

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Happy Halloween

Woman stole neighbor's food storage, charges state


This just cracks me up...would you call the cop or would you help a neighbor out?

SALT LAKE CITY — A 56-year-old woman is facing charges of theft and burglary for allegedly stealing from her neighbor's food storage.

According to charges filed in 3rd District Court, the woman's neighbor reported to police that he was returning to his home on Sept. 30 when he saw his neighbor exiting the home. The woman was carrying two trash bags full of groceries.

When the man went into the house, he discovered a number of items missing from his food storage, the charges state. It is estimated the value of the food that was stolen did not exceed $500.

The woman, who is from Herriman, was charged with burglary, a second-degree felony, and theft, a class B misdemeanor.



Driver dead in I-84 crash at Weber Canyon

Driver dead in I-84 crash at Weber Canyon

SOUTH WEBER -- A rollover accident this morning at the mouth of Weber Canyon left the driver of a propane truck dead, a Utah Highway Patrol spokesman said.

A tanker truck full of propane was heading west on Interstate 84 out of the canyon around 10:15 a.m. and appeared to be taking the interchange to get onto Highway 89. The truck somehow ended up facing eastbound.

The UHP spokesman did not identify the driver of the vehicle. More details will be posted on the Standard-Examiner website as they become available.

This is such a rough area for traffic...

Closing today love these guys to death


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5 Days to Halloween in Utah - Night at the Museum » Union Station

TICKETS | Tickets are $15 each.  Purchase in the Union Station business office or online.          PURCHASE  TICKETS ONLINE

TOUR INFORMATION | Tours last about 45 minutes.  This is a walking tour through Union Station upstairs and downstairs into the basement vaults, in the dark.  You will be guided by professional paranormal investigators who have investigated the Station. Guides will tell you their experiences, show you their methods and detection equipment in action as you go along on a real ghost hunt.  You are welcome to bring your own equipment and camera’s.  Age 14 and up only.  Groups are limited to 10 people. Tours meet in the Grand Lobby, please arrive at least 15 minutes before your tour.

Night at the Museum
Get your scary on and prepare to hunt ghosts inside and under Union Station. Professional paranormal investigators lead tours of small groups of up to 12 guests through the dark hallways and into the vaults under the Historic Train Depot. Tours start in the Grand Lobby and leave every 20 minutes from 7pm to midnight. You may bring your camera and recording devices and try to capture your own evidence. Guides will have their equipment for you to see in action. To tour you must be at least 14 years old or over and able to climb up and down stairs. Tours last about 45 minutes. Arrive at least 15 minutes prior to your tour.
Friday, October 28, 2011 at 7:00 PM
Ogden Union Station
2501 Wall Ave
Ogden, UT 84401
Phone: (801) 393-9890

Why a Home Buyer Needs an Inspection

If you ever watch any home buying or remodeling shows on satellite or cable TV, you know what kinds of secrets a home inspection can reveal about a seemingly-safe house! Home inspections are crucial before finalizing any real estate purchase. The purpose of a home inspection is to evaluate the physical condition of the home for sale and identify anything that needs to be repaired or replaced as well as to estimate the remaining useful life of the structure’s components.
Don’t confuse appraisals with inspections! An appraisal is for a lender to estimate the value of the home, and to make sure it meets minimum FHA standards. The FHA does NOT guarantee the value or condition of your would-be new home. If you find problems with your home after closing, don’t expect the FHA to help. It’s your responsibility to inspect the home for problems before closing.

My go to home inspection company is Troy Thompson from Nook and Kranny. They have always been a great help for my buyers to understand any issues that may arise. Troy checks for radon and/or meth making this a very important investment.

Inspections are completed after signing as long as your contract states that the home sale depends on the inspection.

Also Troy will complete a pre listing inspections giving you the confidence you need and time to make any repairs that may be de-covered prior to closing.