One person drowned after jumping off the rope swing at Farmington Pond. Another almost did. So the city had to make sure it didn’t happen again.
People of color have known for ages that there’s a penalty for driving while black or Hispanic, writes Esther J. Cepeda. The question is, why?
John Reynolds actually had some salient points in his last letter (“Democrats, biased media are tearing America apart, June 19), but then he had to go and blow it with his partisan rhetoric again. While it's true our system of government relies on an informed and engaged electorate, you can't...
Deciding who goes free and who dies in prison has got to be hard, but I feel like board members often have to do it with their eyes closed and one arm tied behind their backs, inmate Brian Wood writes.
This week’s topics: BYU’s sexual assault policy is too weak, DACA stays — for now, finger-pointing is unproductive in South Weber and Uintah and Weber County gets its 27-mile loop after decades of work.
“Stopping Trump is imperative, so long as it doesn't require the party rethinking its uncompromising stance on abortion, guns or immigration,” writes Rich Lowry.
“If this bill were truly about health care, Republicans would take all the tax cuts out and use that money to ease the pain their bill would cause. But they won't, because the tax cuts are the thing that matters to them,” writes E.J. Dionne.
I read Our View in the June 16 Standard-Examiner with great interest (“Utahns are lying to keep their driver's licenses. And that puts everyone at risk”). According to statistics cited by the editorial, 280 people died on Utah roads in 2016. Of that number 99 deaths were speed related,...
Healthy Hemp Pet Company uses legal relative of marijuana plant to help with pet’s anxiety and, well, joints.
“Two recent personal events have made me realize just how twisted our public discourse about health care has become,” writes E. Kent Winward.