Four police officers risked their lives to save a man in a mental health crisis — a crisis that threatened innocent bystanders. They are heroes.
Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke wanted to drastically raise entrance fees to national parks. Americans told him to take a hike.
Robert F. Kennedy’s words moved an audience of frightened, angry and grieving Americans 50 years ago. They can still move us today, if we only listen.
This weeks topics: A great move by the Ben Lomond High School Clan Chiefs, illegal chicken owners in Ogden and whether Ogden city administration is putting lipstick on a pig with its latest airport idea.
Part of the state’s background check system stopped working for a year and nobody noticed. How many people bought guns they shouldn’t possess? We’ll never know.
A reader called and said she’d be glad to reach out to her lawmakers about newsprint tarifs, but it would’ve been easier if we’d included their contact information. Point taken.
If these tariffs continue, small American newspapers will suffer irreparable damage — and so will the communities they serve.
This week’s topics: An important speech at Davis High School, the Utah Legislature almost solved a problem, and avoiding reckless water use.
While we await additional research, while we wait for expanded prevention initiatives to begin, we have no choice — we must intervene on behalf of our children.