“It is clear that a critical mass of this country feels disengaged, unsupported and without...
“It is clear that a critical mass of this country feels disengaged, unsupported and without voice,” writes Adrienne Andrews. “How can we come together? What can and should that look like?”
“To become a united country, our goal should be inclusion, to the point where the flag symbolizes protection and prosperity for everyone,” writes E. Kent Winward. “Burning the flag shouldn't turn us into a tribal, mindless tweet mob.”
Commissioners voted Tuesday to raise property taxes by 21 percent in Weber County. How did it play with their constituents?
Weber State political science professors Thom Kuehls and Leah Murray will debate the effectiveness of the Electoral College in a Dec. 5 forum at WSU. Here’s an idea of what to expect.
Rocky Mountain Power wants to adjust its rates for Utah customers with rooftop solar panels. But the proposal needs more study, writes David Ferro.
Even in a time of uncertainty, Utahns take care of one another — and that’s reassuring, writes E. Kent Winward.
Crystal Hall knew she was making a strong statement when she burned an American flag. But did she go too far?
“Our economy is actually strengthened by forcing American companies to compete with firms from all over the globe, while also forcing international business to compete head-to-head with the U.S,” writes Jeff Steagall.
Why were the lines at Weber County polling places so long? Because of all the provisional voters, writes clerk/auditor Ricky Hatch.