A new law says Utah bars and restaurants must post signs saying they’re either bars or restaurants. One reader asks, “Why do we have legislators who continue to treat us like idiots and children?”
“If you are looking for a story that accounts for the political movement behind Donald Trump’s presidential victory in middle America, read ‘Hillbilly Elegy,’” writes Carol McNamara.
The system does a very good job at making one want to avoid seeking their help, inmate Brian Wood writes. Prisoners usually only go when they feel they absolutely have to.
“I wish our representatives would have waited until the numbers were in before they committed us to a law we don’t understand,” writes E. Kent Winward. “Yet because of their impatience, we have no idea how the AHCA will impact us.”
Staff scrubbed Heather Ashton Miller’s cells in the Davis County Jail before outside investigators arrived. Here’s how readers reacted to the story.
The reVIVE Design Competition was a success. Now Ogden needs to fund Lester Park’s redesign, architects say.
“Visitors may not feel as welcome in the United States as they once thought themselves to be,” writes Adrienne Andrews.
Utah’s current recidivism rate is around 70 percent. The recidivism rate for prisoners who earn a bachelor’s degree during their incarceration is less than 15 percent.
The high water is going to last for a long time this year. No amount of human intervention will stem the tide.