Benjamin Zack, who lives in Ogden and works as a visual journalist at the Standard-Examiner, shares what he loves about northern Utah, what makes him passionate about journalism and more.
D. Louise Brown writes about how a little five letter word can help or hinder life’s littlest and biggest decisions.
Washington Terrace is a bedroom community. We don’t have much of a tax base. Our roads were never designed to support the traffic that we have seen the last few years. I would suggest that the mayor of Washington Terrace send a letter to the surrounding cities asking them to start...
“Romney is not ideal,” writes Jennifer Rubin, “but the GOP passed ideal in March. Romney is a plausible, qualified grown-up.”
It took threats and condemnation to convince the UTA board to honor the Open Meetings Act. And that’s just sad.
The Nation’s Report Card contains some encouraging news, writes Esther J. Cepeda. But it also shows that kids from poor families and underfunded schools simply don’t know as much as their better-off peers.
Caitlin Gochnour and Jim Harvey — candidates for the Weber County Commission — are debating Thursday at WSU. Send us the questions you’d like to ask them.
Just don’t ask the speech-to-text feature on your phone to type the word “porn.” Because, frankly, it’s a pain in the asterisk.
Faced with an election between two candidates they don’t like, what can Americans do? Vote, says Kathleen Parker.