“We have not yet found the right solution for health insurance,” writes Jeff Steagall.
The fishing season will be different this year. It’ll be harder. But we can’t complain about having too much water.
The United States is No. 14 on the United Nations’ list of the happiest countries. If the US did its own report, where would Utah end up?
The circumstances as to what will bring an offender back to prison fluctuate greatly, inmate Brian Wood writes, and sometimes even small violations can send a parolee back to prison.
No matter how fast information comes at us, writes E. Kent Winward, we still care most about the news that affects us personally.
The Standard-Examiner argued U.S. Rep. Rob Bishop needs to return to Northern Utah to explain why it’s OK to leave 52 million Americans without health coverage. Here’s how readers reacted.
Food is our best friend and worst enemy. It’s vital for survival, yet it can kill us. Though it’s a great emotional comforter, food can also turn our bodies inside out.
“Even when our national political life seems unsettled and unsettling, we can tend to our state, our cities and our own communities,” writes Carol McNamara.
“I believe I’m ready for the hardest part of all this, and that will be accepting that people will have varied opinions of me,” inmate Brian Wood writes.
Any way we can make life more humane and compassionate for those caught up in the criminal justice system will, in the end, benefit society, Nolan Taylor writes.