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Raymond Uno did not simply prevail over unjust imprisonment during World War II, fueled by the blind anger and terror of his own government — he showed the unlimited potential of the human spirit.
The Standard-Examiner Editorial Board hashes out the positions we take on the Opinion page. Here’s what members recommended last week for praise and criticism:
The state scores are about more than morale and, with the scale changing, it’s doing more harm that good. It might be time to drop the altogether.
Before the huge storm that hit Washington Terrace Thursday could even roll away from the Wasatch Front, folks in the community began contacting the Standard-Examiner to ask how to help.
The city whitewashing one wall and looking the other way — or even helping to fund — the painting of another would be a normal course of city business if the process by which it’s done was clearer.
Three athletes from this area brought home hardware from Rio — what could we learn from their examples?
Nurture the Creative Mind’s pianos make downtown Ogden a vibrant places. Meanwhile, Utah politicians took more than $1 million from drugmakers even as opioid deaths in the state became a crisis.