Phyllis Savage and Alice Glenn started teaching at Dee Elementary when it opened in 1970. They have...
Phyllis Savage and Alice Glenn started teaching at Dee Elementary when it opened in 1970. They have a lot of fond memories.
You, too, can understand media coverage of the law, writes E. Kent Winward. Just remember these three simple rules.
A reader took President Obama to task for ordering public schools to accommodate transgender students in bathrooms. “Obama Derangement Syndrome is real,” a Facebook user wrote in response.
Programs like E3 and AWE! can help young women become business leaders. But personal encouragement is important too, writes Dr. Jeff Steagall.
“There are two spiritual dangers in not owning a farm. One is the danger of supposing that breakfast comes from the grocery, and the other that heat comes from the furnace.” — Aldo Leopold It was frustrating to read a story in the Standard-Examiner that focused on the important contributions of the...
Google and Congress changed the way business is done last week. You’ll notice eventually, writes E. Kent Winward.
The president of the Ogden NAACP says he still has questions about what happened in a history class at South Ogden Junior High. Readers say the civil rights group needs to stay out of it.
Whoever wins the GOP primary becomes the next Weber County commissioner. Voters need to pay attention, writes Carol McNamara.
Common Core and SAGE testing have become major issues in the Utah Republican governor’s race. Surprisingly, it was Utah Gov. Gary Herbert who raised the bar when he called for eliminating Utah’s Common Core standards and some SAGE testing in Utah.