We don’t have water to waste, even after a good winter.
This is about more than tax dollars. It’s about providing shelter for the most vulnerable among us — children, domestic violence victims, veterans, substance abusers and the mentally ill.
This week’s focus is on paying it forward, doing good for your neighbor (even if it causes some mild discomfort) and the power of a well-reasoned argument — or a terribly reasoned one, for that matter.
Building a new Community Outreach Center in central Ogden could help lift families out of intergenerational poverty and escape crime.
DUI arrests were down on New Year’s Eve in Northern Utah. And even better, no one died in alcohol-related crashes.
Diesel emissions testing finally begins in Weber County. Meanwhile, when it starts raining inside your arena, it shouldn’t take an hour for Idaho State to suspend its basketball game with Weber State.
Gov. Gary Herbert didn’t mention sexual violence in his inaugural address last week. Here’s what he should’ve said.
Rep. Stephen Handy has a plan. Utah has the money. This is the year to clean up Utah’s air by getting rid of dirty school buses.
Rep. Brad Dee resigned early to give his successor an advantage in the 2017 Legislature. That only invites payback in 2018.