Rep. Lee Perry fancies himself a Mr. Fix-It for a set of statutes that already seem to work pretty...
Utah elected officials get mixed reviews; Bravo Arts Academy gets called out for acting childishly; and we couldn’t be prouder of a certain Wood Cross police officer.
Gov. Gary Herbert says repealing the ACA without replacing it will hurt Utahns. But do Hatch, Chaffetz and the other Republicans in Utah’s congressional delegation even care?
Rep. Lee Perry fancies himself a Mr. Fix-It for a set of statutes that already seem to work pretty well.
Organizers of the Sundance Film Festival decided Ogden no longer deserves a significant role in Utah arts and culture. They need to reconsider.
This is about more than tax dollars. It’s about providing shelter for the most vulnerable among us — children, domestic violence victims, veterans, substance abusers and the mentally ill.
This week’s focus is on paying it forward, doing good for your neighbor (even if it causes some mild discomfort) and the power of a well-reasoned argument — or a terribly reasoned one, for that matter.