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Our View: Light wars in N. Utah

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When it comes to highways and streets that move through cities, we’re all for having traffic lights if they are needed. A current dispute involving the Utah Department of Transportation and

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Our View: Light wars in N. Utah

When it comes to highways and streets that move through cities, we’re all for having traffic lights if they are needed. A current dispute involving the Utah


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Still searching for non-idiotic infertility comments

Delicacy has never been a strong skill of mine. Nothing about me is petite, subtle or ethereal. Instead my mouth is gaping, inappropriate behavior robust, and I


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Passion is the fuel of success

“The most powerful weapon on earth is the human soul on fire.” - Marshall Foch Are you passionate about your life? Do you love what you do? Are


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Happiness, productivity and economic growth

On Jan. 9 of this year, Pew Research reported that 69 percent of bosses and 48 percent of employees are satisfied with their jobs. However, only 40 percent of


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Our View: Stay out of UTOPIA, Congress

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Problems created by Grant Avenue beautification

Editor. I would like to know just who did all the planning and decision making on the beautification of Grant Avenue. It seems as if no attention was given to the


Letters

Family appreciative of help, support in loss of teen

Editor, Our daughter recently went missing and was found in Pineview Reservoir (July 21, “Body found in Pineview was teen runaway”). We would like to


Letters

Power company likely doesn't want to lose coal

Editor, Rocky Mountain Power Corporation (RMPC) is asking the Utah Public Service Commission (PSC) for permission to add a monthly charge of $4.65 to those who


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D'Souza's 'America' is two films; one more partisan than the

Dinesh D’Souza is a talented political documentary filmmaker, arguably a Michael Moore for the right-wing. His latest film, “America: Imagine the World


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Our View: Struggling with math

The current controversy over practices and changes with the Development Mathematics Program at Weber State University is more of an indictment of the lack of


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