Some people believe North Ogden has a people problem — not a deer problem.
“This year I’m thankful for Roy Moore and Al Franken, because they remind me that skeezy pervs come in all political persuasions.,” writes Don Porter.
“Our politicians have shifted from exaggeration for effect to simply using large lies instead of small ones,” writes Jeff Steagall.
“The opioid epidemic is real and with the influx of fentanyl, death is a likely outcome,” writes Lt. Jake Sube.
“The fox has firmly entrenched itself back in the henhouse, and one of the last watch dogs on the job just stepped down,” writes E. Kent Winward.
“I’m genuinely pleased Lee and Romney are condemning Moore. I just wish they would apply the same standard, consistently, to the president of the United States,” writes Don Porter.
“Regardless of the form of government we choose for ourselves, we must remember that it takes a vigilant, actively involved, well-informed public to elect good leaders,” writes Robert Hunter.
“As we mourn yet another mass shooting, we need to realize that our safeguards and reporting systems failed,” writes E. Kent Winward.
“At the end of the day, when we are civil, we are respectful. When we finally value differences, our civility will be recognized,” writes Adrienne Andrews.
Readers share their thoughts on the Ogden school bond proposal, which lost by fewer than 200 votes — and what should happen next.