“Utah has a political culture and tradition of civility, and it is time to call on that tradition in the post-2016 election era,” writes Carol McNamara.
“The law and the government work best when the populace is informed,” writes E. Kent Winward. “Get informed. Get active. Pay attention, and not just to partisan sources.”
Donald Trump will be our next president, and that has some people in Northern Utah worried — especially minorities. Trump’s supporters say they need to get over it.
“Part of our challenge on the northern Wasatch Front is managing a decades-old secondary irrigation system which doesn’t monitor individual use,” writes Tage Flint.
“The end of an election is a time for new beginnings,” writes Adrienne Andrews. “This means we have to collect ourselves and find a way to communicate with each other after a long season of communication breakdown.”
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