The global economy is surprisingly stable. But Brexit could change all that, writes Jeff Steagall.
The grounds crew at Lindquist Field called themselves the “Drag Queens.” After the Orlando massacre, at least one fan considered the act inappropriate.
Before Dodd-Frank, financial advisers used to be able to do what was best for them, not their clients. Going back to the old rules would be a mistake, writes E. Kent Winward.
In Utah, writes Carol McNamara, almost everybody knew Olene Walker. Now you can preserve your memories of her on the Olene Walker Storyboard.
“Legislation by extremism” won’t solve northern Utah’s water issues, writes Tage Flint, general manager of the Weber Basin Water Conservancy District. Discussion and planning are required.
The American judiciary doesn’t tolerate bias, writes E. Kent Winward. So if Donald Trump truly feels he has a case against Judge Gonzalo Curiel, he needs to do something about it — in court.
In the Ogden School District, only two-thirds of the class of 2015 graduated. Was a lack of state education funding to blame, or was it something else?
“Juneteenth is a national day of reconciliation and healing. And this year, more than any before, we in Utah have a cause to celebrate,” writes Adrienne Andrews.
In response to the June 5 opinion piece regarding last year’s graduation rates, ”When just 66 percent of Ogden seniors graduate, we're failing our children,” I feel it important to add my voice to the dialogue on what we must do to support the educational success of our most...