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Bishop "blatantly subservient" to special interests outside Utah

APTOPIX Public Lands Plan

Frankly, I can’t decide who to be madder at — U.S. Rep. Rob Bishop, who is so blatantly...

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God is punishing the United States for Roe v. Wade

Abortion Rights Rally Wichita

You have watched the videos of Nice, Turkey, Paris, Orlando, San Bernardino, Dallas and Baton Rouge, where chaos and mayhem have reigned. What is the worldview of these killers? How do they answer the questions of origin, meaning, morality and destiny, which describe everyone's worldview? Life has...


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$7 million could've been put to better use

House Benghazi Report

When someone is accused of committing an error in judgment, isn't it possible to prosecute the matter without spending $7 million? Repairing our nation's infrastructure could have used a few of those millions. Mona Maggio Ogden


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America's growing racial divide flies in the face of reason

Police Shootings Dallas-1

The remake of a 1977 epic TV miniseries “Roots” required re-examination of data relative to the history of slavery in America. The 2016 version of “Roots” traces the journey of slaves as they became “freemen” then citizens of the USA. Important events along the...


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Trump's "rookie mistake" isn't acceptable

GOP 2016 Convention Trump Pence Flag

According to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, Donald Trump's remarks on NATO can be attributed to a “rookie mistake.” Such mistakes are OK when you are an Ogden Raptor in the rookie league. However, for the person who has control of the nuclear button and is the commander in...


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In the Netherlands, dogs were welcome in restaurants

Bark at the Park

While spending 21 years in the military all over the United States and Europe, I saw many unusual things. In the Netherlands, everyone washed their windows (inside and out) and their sidewalks unless it snowed or rained. They also aired out their beds and bedding on a daily basis. One day I did a...


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Diner delighted by Burger King's arrival in Farr West

Burger King

I am thrilled beyond words that Burger King has finally arrived at 2700 North in Farr West. I have been writing to the corporate office for years trying to get them to realize we needed a Burger King out here. They finally listened to me. I guess the squeaky wheel does get oiled. Many times, I have...


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Bishop "blatantly subservient" to special interests outside Utah

APTOPIX Public Lands Plan

Frankly, I can’t decide who to be madder at — U.S. Rep. Rob Bishop, who is so blatantly subservient to special interests outside our state, or my fellow Utahns, who stupidly keep voting for him. Bishop’s recently released Public Lands Initiative is obviously a stalling tactic....


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Family used S-E map to find all the painted horses in downtown Ogden

Painted Horse 34

I have lived in Ogden almost all of my life. It was a great place to grow up and it is a great place to live. One of my favorite times in the 24th of July, with the Pioneer Days Rodeo and the parade. I love seeing the additions of such things as the Farmers Market, the Horse and Hitch Parade and...


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Is there a relationship between warmer temps, algae bloom on Utah Lake?

Toxic Algae Utah Lake

While our congressional delegation is back at home for the August recess, it’s time for the press to take them to Utah Lake, along with researchers from Brigham Young University, Utah State University and the University of Utah to discuss the relationship between warming temperatures and the...


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Lack of parking shows Ogden leaders don't care about downtown

RL 082914 Ogden City Plaza Towing - Raptors Game-4-4

Let's face it, Ogden leaders have no interest in


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