Outdoor retailer Patagonia joined a series of lawsuits against President Trump after he reduced the...
“To maintain a great northern Utah, all of us must maintain a sense of community. We must be conscious of one another’s needs, work together and support each other,” writes Robert Hunter.
Outdoor retailer Patagonia joined a series of lawsuits against President Trump after he reduced the size of two national monuments in Utah. Here’s what readers had to say about the cuts.
“Adults eventually discover the sublime truth that sincere, earnest gift giving is the real essence of the season,” writes D. Louise Brown.
“The civics lesson for the day was this: No matter how morally loathsome and intellectually deficient our president has proven himself to be, the choice made by our Beehive State leaders has been to embrace Trump,” writes Don Porter.
“December offers many opportunities to honor and celebrate your friends, neighbors and even strangers,” writes Adrienne Andrews.
“Simply ask who financially benefits, and the heavy curtains of partisan politics pull back, revealing the wizard for who he really is, along with the lever-pulling lobbyists,” writes E. Kent Winward.
People agree that too many young Utahns are killing themselves. But they disagree about the reasons why.
EDITOR’S NOTE: This is a weekly column from members of the Ogden Police Department addressing public safety issues. A driver stops at a local convenience store and goes inside for a gallon of milk. He comes back outside to his car, which he left running unattended. His car is gone. Also gone...
“We live in a bizarre world. But honestly, I can’t really tell if it’s significantly worse than what we’ve been through the past 50 or 75 years, or whether this is just a new kind of wretched,” writes Don Porter.
We’ve made progress, but we still still need to encourage more women to become engineers, writes David Ferro.