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Letters

Teen suicide needs to be addressed

Editor, Suicide in this state has become a serious problem. Will no one probe into the real reason this is happening? I have worked with a child very close...


Guest Commentary

Our plan for fixing health care

Wednesday, the Supreme Court will hear oral arguments about whether the Obama administration used the IRS to deliver health insurance subsidies to Americans in...


Letters

Firing squad could test new state gun

Editor, I would like to take this opportunity to comment on a letter to the editor dated, Saturday Feb 28, 2015, titled Ray doesn't represent views of constituents....


Sports , Staff Columns

Getting defensive: Jazz D starts with Gobert

By now those who follow the Utah Jazz – fans, media types, opposing scouts, etc. – are keenly aware of the team’s transformation from...


Guest Commentary

High rabbits in Utah a possible risk of medical pot

WASHINGTON — Utah is considering a bill that would allow patients with certain debilitating conditions to be treated with edible forms of marijuana. If the...




Standard Deviations

2015: The Year of the Motorist

It takes an awful lot to make mass transit look appealing to the masses. But a perfect storm of impending motorist headaches could accomplish that feat this spring....


Our View

Our View: Thumbs up, thumbs down

Thumbs up to a drive to preserve the old Ogden stockyards with an economic development initiative centered around the growing outdoors industry. The city is working...


Letters

Legislature may right vote on Count My Vote

Editor Kudos to the Utah Legislature for recently voting down measures that targeted last year’s Count-My-Vote compromise. Although I have been an ardent...


Guest Commentary

Now natural gas trucks can help clean up Utah's air

Truck transport is vitally important to Utah. Heavy-duty trucks keep our economy humming, especially with increased on-line shopping. A booming economy means more...


Our View

Our View: Healthy Utah bill should be heard

What a bunch of cowards. We believe a decision by the Republican-dominated House not to consider Gov. Gary Herbert’s plan for expanding Medicaid is to...


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Our View: Black Diamond brings back jobs

During the Great Recession many U.S. companies pursued outsourcing arrangements overseas to take advantage of lower labor costs and reduced taxes. Now the economic...


High rabbits in Utah a possible risk of medical pot

WASHINGTON — Utah is considering a bill that would allow patients with certain debilitating conditions to be treated with edible forms of marijuana. If the...