Give firefighters a break. Don’t start another 20 fires on Pioneer Day.
“Markets are our hammer,” writes E. Kent Winward. “It is up to us to decide if we are going to use them to build something beautiful or bash in our own skulls.”
If Ogden is going to remain one of America’s best small cities, it needs a world-class municipal airport. And that means fixing Ogden-Hinckley.
“In his acceptance speech, Trump drew lusty cheers as he blamed Clinton for all the trouble in the world,” writes Steve Chapman. “The stark irony is that if anyone in the race is likely to uphold the traditional Republican strategy, it's Clinton.”
Standard-Examiner columnist Mark Saal buys his first Stetson after years of covering the Ogden Pioneer Days Rodeo.
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...
County commissioners might raise property taxes to pay for raises in the Weber County Sheriff’s Office. “Better do something,” one reader says.
Republicans say they revere Ronald Reagan. Then why did they just choose a nominee who rejects his ideals?
Cruz, McConnell and Ryan represented the anti-Trump faction in Cleveland, writes Charles Krauthammer. On the loyalist side — Gingrich, Pence, Giuliani and Christie.
Ivanka Trump’s speech was a home run, writes Chris Cillizza. But will undecided voters recognize the grim portrait of America painted by her father?