Opinion

Our View: Abrupt firing ill-serves residents

Pleasant view

Residents of Pleasant View city were ill-served by the manner in which that city’s police chief, D. Scott Jackson, was abruptly fired by two members of the city council and a mayor. In an

Our View

Our View: Abrupt firing ill-serves residents

Residents of Pleasant View city were ill-served by the manner in which that city’s police chief, D. Scott Jackson, was abruptly fired by two members of the


Our View

Our View: Remember our pioneers

Today is Pioneer Day and there are many opportunities statewide to attend events that remember the pioneers who crossed the nation to come to Utah. The Mormon


Smart Sales , Guest Commentary

Utah statehood was a long sales process

Happy Pioneer Days and happy birthday Utah as we celebrate our 118th year as a state. The process to gain statehood required 50 years of sales strategy, patience,


Success Strategies , Guest Commentary

Are you the boss everyone wants to work with?

“The key to being a good manager is keeping the people who hate you away from those who are still undecided.” ~ Casey Stengel Unfortunately, employees


Our View

Our View: Welcome a planned rehab center

Residents in South Ogden should not fear a proposed residential addiction treatment facility replacing what was once a monastery property for nuns. Some residents


Letters

Congress should spend vacation meeting with constituents

Editor, Just a thought——since Congress doesn’t work the whole year anyway, and when they do, they do not have a clue regarding what the people


Letters

Many in Pleasant View don't support firing chief

Editors, Pleasant View city was abuzz Tuesday evening, July 22, centered around the meeting of its city council. Little old Pleasant View had made the headlines of


Letters

Traffic, safety are concerns with rehab center

Editor, The residents in South Ogden do not fear a residential facility for disabled persons. The paper and the cartoonist, Mr. Val Bagley have skewed the


Letters

Constitution is our country's 'initial point'

Editor, The greatest hazard lives in oneself. It can occur very quietly in the world. Almost as though it were nothing at all. Many people follow Obama because he


National Commentary

Republicans can capitalize on Obamacare rulings

Obamacare, the program, has been operating in violation of Obamacare, the law. That’s what the U.S. Court of Appeals in Washington ruled Tuesday morning: The


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