If your children studied under Maggie Huddleston or Susan Sommerkorn, they learned from two of the best. But meanwhile, motorists are still hitting kids in crosswalks.
Elaine Jensen saw more than a decade ago that without the Two Rivers child care lab, some young mothers in Weber County don’t have a chance. It’s still true.
You told us what you liked about the new Standard-Examiner and what you’d like to change. We’re listening.
Nearly 20 percent of Weber County children don’t know where their next meal is coming from. It’s Hunger Action Month — let’s do something to reduce that number.
Suicide is the leading cause of death among Utah children ages 10-17, and the rate is exploding. This is a public health crisis.
An aggressive new program in Davis County could reduce opioid overdose deaths. Meanwhile, we need to catch the Farmington arsonist before somebody dies in a fire.
A police commander says Ogden gangs “have the same mindset as ISIS.” That doesn’t help the community address its gang problem.
If you plan to travel for the Labor Day weekend, by all means, enjoy yourself. Just be careful — and patient.
Sooner or later, a Caleb Schwab will die at Lagoon or another Utah amusement park, simply because the state trusted its parks to govern their own safety. And then Utahns will wonder why their elected lawmakers weren’t paying attention.
Ogden is rebuilding Lester Park, which will undoubtedly be beautiful. But so is the city’s renewed commitment to democracy.