In Davis County, Sheriff Todd Richardson considers a hotel stay vital to an officer’s well-being in the aftermath of a deadly encounter. Even it costs more than $400 a night.
It will be a good day when the city buys and demolishes a troubled motel on the edge of downtown Ogden.
Getting involved in politics makes us a stronger community. Before you do, however, you need to understand the issues.
This week’s topics: The Ogden Interfaith Concert, Alec Unsicker’s “Smiles Packages,” Weber County’s clumsy handling of a death penalty case, and women who don’t get mammograms.
Twenty years ago, lawmakers found the courage to put politics aside and protect millions of economically vulnerable children. They need to show the same strength today.
A Utah Department of Transportation proposal to increase toll rates for single-occupancy vehicles in Interstate 15 Express Lanes garnered a mixed response among the Standard-Examiner’s Facebook audience. Here’s a look at what they said.
Ben Shapiro gave his speech Wednesday. Opponents shared their disapproval. That’s how freedom of speech works.