Standard Deviations: Stop the presses! Get your very own press equipment

Gale Printing

Or let’s get it into a museum. The son of a longtime Ogden printer is looking to donate his...


Utahn says he prefers flaws over corruption in a presidential candidate

APTOPIX Campaign 2016 Trump Grand Junction

Our choice in the presidential election is clear. We have two major candidates. One candidate is severely flawed, and the other candidate is absolutely corrupt. Which one would you vote for? I prefer flaws over corruption. A third party vote is a wasted vote. David Child Mountain Green

Guest Commentary

Sexual harassment happens in Utah, too. Here's one woman's story

Campaign 2016 Trump Apprentice

Top managers believed Shannon Sebahar and her co-workers when they said they’d been sexually harassed. “I hope your wife, sister, daughter, coworker or friends are believed, too,” Sebahar writes.

Our View

When it comes to brewing, could Ogden become the next Boulder or Fort Collins?


Brewing is a natural fit for places like Fort Collins and Boulder. Does Ogden now find itself poised for a brewing boom, too? 

National Commentary

Donald Trump and the lying media

Campaign 2016 Debate Trump Media

“Trump spouts brazen misinformation every time he opens his mouth, and he resents being called on it,” writes Steve Chapman. “But when he makes war on the truth, he shouldn't be surprised to find the news media mounting a defense.”

National Commentary

Trump confirms everyone's worst fears

Campaign 2016 Debate Trump

“Clinton's core claim is that Trump is a dangerous man who lacks respect for American institutions and American democracy,” writes E.J. Dionne Jr. “On this central issue, Trump chose to prove Clinton right.”


Column: Have a Heart — donate food for the community

Jen Kirchhoefer

This year’s food drive for Ogden’s Salvation Army, which organized by a committee of the Northern Wasatch Association of Realtors, is going on now. Organizers hope to gather 100,000 food items.


Winners and losers from the final presidential debate

Campaign 2016 Debate-6

(c) 2016, The Washington Post. I watched the final presidential debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. I tweeted, took some notes and picked some winners and losers. My choices are below! Winners Hillary Clinton: This was the Democratic nominee’s best debate performance. She finally...


Burton will bring positive, innovative ideas to Ogden School Board

Ogden School District Logo

The Ogden City School Board election is Nov. 8, and we are proud to support Sue Ann Burton. Born and raised in Ogden, Sue Ann attended Polk Elementary, Central Middle School, and Ogden High School. She received her bachelor’s degree in education from Weber State University and is a former...


Blair will be an informed, experienced leader on the Ogden School Board

Ogden School District Logo

Seeing lawn signs around town that support Nancy Blair for Ogden School Board, District 5, makes me glad and hopeful. She was an instrumental teacher for both my sons and gave them a love for learning and for school that has served them throughout their lives. After a very bad first grade...


Story about Trump, locker room talk did not belong in sports section

Campaign 2016 Debate St. Louis

I was shocked to see the large, bold-type headline on the front page of the Oct. 11 sports section: “Athletes to Trump: That's not how we talk in locker room” This headline and your political cartoons show an obvious anti-Trump bias. I wonder if this liberal prejudice has been...

Older ›