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Gravel trucks present danger in Ogden Canyon

Gravel trucks present danger in Ogden Canyon

Editor, What is it going to take for the highway department to restrict double and triple gravel hauling trucks through one of the most dangerous highways in Utah? Probably some politician to get

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Substitute teacher gives thumbs up to schools

Editor, For the past twelve years, I have had the experience of being a substitute teacher. I taught several years in the Ogden School District and then in the


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Let's all teach with integrity

Editor, School has already started for some of our beloved children. Some are scared and unsure of their transitions, whether to a new grade or a new school. Our


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Connections Academy looks forward to new school year

Editor, As we usher in a new school year, Utah students have exciting new opportunities to explore their potential. As principal of Utah Connections Academy,


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'Unarmed boy' robbed store, bullied clerk

Dear Editor, "Unarmed“ is not disarmed. An unarmed criminal suspect who is shot or beaten in an attempted arrest may still be dangerous, the suspect may have


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Stop leaving trash in front of resident's house

Editor, People have been coming down our road all summer and dumping their trash in front of my house. We have rented many Dumpsters from the city, but several


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Reminder: Cops lives at stake whenever they approach someone

Editor: Not always do I agree with the philosophy in "Our View" but when I read the opinion in the Aug. 21 issue, "We need to respect police," I was very pleased.


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God is either unjust or unreal

Editor, President Obama has rightly decried the brutal death of American journalist James Foley, beheaded by the Islamic State of Syria. “No just God would


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Please keep your private business to yourself

Editor, Why do some discuss their private bedroom lives to people who would like to keep that a private matter? It’s invading  people’s comfort


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Why government openness matters

Editor, One of the fundamental lessons of the 9/11 tragedy was that our government carried a share of blame for the failure to stop the attacks. Not because it was


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Don't wait too long to start West Davis Corridor

Editor, Regarding the Aug. 12 news story, “West Davis Corridor decision delayed 6 months,” hello, "Utah to smarts,“ you already have a corridor


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