Column

Women to Women Foundation promotes higher education for single mothers

Tired young mother holding 6-month daughter and drinking coffee

Group of Davis County women try to make a difference in the lives of single-parent homes.

Homefront

The Homefront: Parents who defend guilty kids harm everyone

Antique Faded Blue Private Property No Trespassing Sign

Police in Massachusetts served a sixth-grade girl with a no-trespassing order after neighbors complained she was cutting through their properties to get to and from her school bus stop.


Column

ATV Adventures: Lost Springs Mesa reveals rugged terrain and 'Mexican skirts'

Lost Springs Mesa bridge

Lost Spring Mountain, called Lost Springs Mesa by the locals, is in the Arizona Strip of the Southwest. It is offers beautiful scenery and rock art.


Column

Utah's Rep. Jason Chaffetz putting distance between himself and Trump

Congress Chaffetz-10

With Chaffetz, we can probably blame his early exit on nothing more complicated than the man’s boundless ambition. Speculation getting the most traction is that he’s going to start early on his campaign for governor — or a regular gig at FOX News.


Standard Deviations

Women to Women Foundation promotes higher education for single mothers

Tired young mother holding 6-month daughter and drinking coffee

Group of Davis County women try to make a difference in the lives of single-parent homes.


Column

Swedish study says shorter workdays are better for your health. Well, duh.

Sweden More Men

A Swedish study says that a six-hour workday is better for workers than the eight-hour workday. Well, duh. 


Column

Columnist: Head off that midlife crisis before you buy that flashy buggy

Midlife crisis stock photo

“A major issue for my age group is mental health. It’s during this time in our lives, much as in our teenage years, when hormones either kick in or kick off.”


Column

Anasazi water glyphs mark good camping spots in Arizona Strip

Fred Newton at Lost Spring Mesa

ATV Adventures columnist takes an off-road trip to find a kind of Indian petroglyph called a water glyph.


Outtakes

Outtakes columnist Don Porter: He's 'intelligent,' 'witty' and 'tweaked'

Don Porter Zombie Crawl

During the past six months, with the nation and Utah in a political uproar, the Don Porter column that prompted more reader emails than any other was a late-September entry about live-trapping a mouse in his kitchen.


Tech Matters

Tech Matters: Microsoft ends support for Windows Vista

Cybersecurity NSA

On April 11, Microsoft officially ended support for this operating system version, meaning Vista users will no longer receive new security updates, nonsecurity hotfixes, free or paid assisted support options, or online technical content updates from Microsoft. If you’re a Vista user,...


Column

C'mon, hardened felons. Can we at least take a little pride in our appearance?

fuzzy bunny slippers on white furry rug and wood floor

The profession of robbing banks certainly isn’t what it used to be, says columnist Mark Saal.


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