We just emerged from a six-year drought. If we learned anything from the experience, we cannot...
Congratulations to the Utah Legislature and Gov. Gary Herbert. You found a way to further restrict the consumption of alcohol. And, as a bonus, you found a way to cripple Utah’s economy.
The Emmanuel Church of God in Christ is a small Ogden congregation that serves Sunday breakfast to the homeless. It needs our help recovering from a burglary over the weekend.
Whatever happens to the homeless now living in Salt Lake City, Lantern House can continue to help people find food, shelter and medical care. Perhaps more important, it can help some of those clients find jobs and long-term housing.
We just emerged from a six-year drought. If we learned anything from the experience, we cannot begin wasting water. Not for a single day.
This week’s issues: State funding for Weber State University’s social sciences building, bicyclists who don’t share trails, advocates for Latino students in Ogden’s schools, and Salt Lake’s confused approach to new homeless shelters.
We published footage of a shooting death for a single, compelling reason — it documents what happened the night of Tuesday, Feb. 21.
Federal and state law guarantees your access to government meetings and public records. The rest is up to you.
In response to Sage the cat’s death, PETA wants to put up a Clearfield billboard about keeping pets indoors. That would only haunt Sage’s family.
If U.S. Rep. Rob Bishop believes it’s morally acceptable to leave 52 million Americans without health insurance, we deserve to hear why.