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Thumbs up: To 92-year-old Morgan resident Keith R. Little: The World War II Navy veteran received some well-deserved medals and ribbons recently. Long overdue, they were earned during his service for

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Our View: Keep three Weber commissioners

On Wednesday, there will be a panel discussion and Q&A on whether Weber County should change its governing body from a three-member commission to a council of


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Our View: Be aware of depression

The death of Robin Wil­liams re­cently has re­newed aware­ness of the in­creas­ing prob­lem of those who suf­fer from men­tal


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Our View: Ballot issues for UTOPIA

It’s certainly a good idea to let residents of UTOPIA-affected cities have a say on the broadband Internet initiative’s future, but it won’t be on


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Our View: Digital solitude

The at­trac­tions of the dig­i­tal life are both amaz­ing and tan­gi­ble. To men­tion a cou­ple of ex­am­ples:


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Our View: Make it fair for food trucks

There’s something inherently universal, and pleasing, about seeing food trucks offering meals on the streets of Ogden and other Utah locations. Along with


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Our View: Thumbs up, thumbs down

Thumbs up: To the Farmington City Council, which finally allowed MMA promoter SteelFist Fight Night to have a beer permit for its mixed martial arts card at the


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Our View: Demilitarize law enforcement

The Box Elder County Sher­iff’s Of­fice has a gre­nade launcher. We await, with some trep­i­da­tion, the need for law


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Our View: Social media is part of news

Social media, Twitter, Facebook, smart phones with photo and video capability, are part of media today. To disagree with that is to deny the social media reporting


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Our View: We need to respect police

We need to respect the police. It’s that simple. There are occasional bad exceptions, of course, and we read about them in the media, but the overwhelming


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Our View: Utah, get Medicaid expansion!

Utah is losing out on the benefits of Medicaid expansion. Our state leaders are denying tens of thousands of our residents the opportunity to have affordable health


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