The SparkPoint Center at Cottages of Hope is pioneering a new, integrated approach to helping...
The SparkPoint Center at Cottages of Hope is pioneering a new, integrated approach to helping Northern Utah families become self-sufficient, writes Jeff Steagall.
“The point I was intending to make was not to say prisoners shouldn’t be released, but to say that there are real people that could use some help and are not getting it,” inmate Brian Wood writes.
“The law works best when it provides proper incentives for people’s behavior,” writes E. Kent Winward. “The law performs poorly if it attempts to prohibit or stop behavior.”
An Interstate 15 freeway interchange at 24th Street in Ogden would cost between $80 million and $100 million. Is it worth the investment?
College interns in the Utah Legislature are essentially chiefs of staff, schedulers and gatekeepers all at once, writes Carol McNamara.
The fervor between prisoners and jailers seems to be at an all-time high with police and parolees continually on the news for shooting and killing each other. Unfortunately, the prison culture seems to intensify this adversarial relationship rather than creating an environment that supports the...
“Big Brother didn’t watch so much as just expect everyone to behave the same way,” writes E. Kent Winward.
Dwelling on what has passed is a waste of time and energy. Wisdom suggests we sift through the rubble, pick out the few pieces of knowledge learned worth keeping, then turn to the future.