Before the huge storm that hit Washington Terrace Thursday could even roll away from the Wasatch...
The change in the environment is palpable with quite a bit more camaraderie among inmates. Maybe that’s the reason so many casual fans make the switch and why there’s so much excitement for the season.
The United States can target a drone on a lone desert hut halfway round the world and send a roving vehicle to Mars, but it can’t figure out what to do with the wild horses that overpopulate the West and wreak havoc on local range land.
If you're a political junkie like me — or, heck, even if you aren't — you have been waiting a very long time for Monday night's presidential debate. Estimates are that 80 million to 100 million people will watch - an amazing number given the splintering of TV viewership over the past...
The Standard-Examiner Editorial Board hashes out the positions we take on the Opinion page. Here’s what members recommended last week for praise and criticism:
“He knows as much about the Constitution as he does about taxidermy,” writes Steve Chapman. “The real problem is his disdain for the notion that it should hinder him from doing whatever he wants.
The state scores are about more than morale and, with the scale changing, it’s doing more harm that good. It might be time to drop the altogether.
Before the huge storm that hit Washington Terrace Thursday could even roll away from the Wasatch Front, folks in the community began contacting the Standard-Examiner to ask how to help.
The FDA's “close hold” embargo is an innovation I'd never heard of, however: It forbids reporters to talk to any third parties until the embargo date and time.
No matter what Lester Holt does in the first presidential debate, he'll be denounced. ...But if you know the brickbats will come one way or the other, you might as well do the right thing.