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Our View: Light wars in N. Utah

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When it comes to highways and streets that move through cities, we’re all for having traffic lights if they are needed. A current dispute involving the Utah Department of Transportation and

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Our View: Light wars in N. Utah

When it comes to highways and streets that move through cities, we’re all for having traffic lights if they are needed. A current dispute involving the Utah


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Our View: Stay out of UTOPIA, Congress

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Our View: Struggling with math

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Our View: Thumbs up, thumbs down

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Our View: Make Sunday FrontRunner happen

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Our View: Abrupt firing ill-serves residents

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Our View: Remember our pioneers

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Our View: Congress ignores immigration

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Our View: Thumbs up, thumbs down

Thumbs up: To Weber State University students who did well at the Future Business Leaders of America conference in Nashville, Tenn. A winner was Lynda Seneff, a


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Our View: Light wars in N. Utah

When it comes to highways and streets that move through cities, we’re all for having traffic lights if they are needed. A current dispute involving the Utah...