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Letter: Biden and Garland flaunting the separation of powers

The recent vote of Congress to find Merrick Garland in contempt brings up this issue of the Constitution and our form of government in the United States of America. Three "separate but equal" divisions of our government were set out as the Executive (President), Legislative (Senate and ...

Letter: Police should target street racers, not elderly women

I have a question for the North Ogden Police Dept. Why is nothing being done about the cars racing up and down north Washington every night — screeching and howling and making the public nervous, to say nothing about the sound? Where are your police officers? Could they be giving a ...

Letter: From Iran to the US, the fight for reproductive freedom must continue

As an Iranian American woman who immigrated to the United States in search of freedom over my body, rights, and voice, I am deeply troubled by the current state of reproductive rights in both Iran and the United States. In November 2021, Iran's government passed the "Population Rejuvenation and ...

Letter: Ode to Brent Johnston, a talented native son

The passing of a local boy-made-good went unremarked. A tribute was held on June 1, 2024. I submit this memorial. Brent Johnston was the “love child” of Liberace and Carol Channing. Or so he told people. He was also a gem; a Davis County boy wonder. Yes, I am his relative. But who ...

Letter: Mike Lee putting Trump loyalty above the law

Senator Mike Lee has spoken. He is against the rule of law. After six weeks of testimony and presentation of various documents, a jury of twelve of our fellow citizens unanimously found Donald R. Trump guilty of 34 felonious acts. As a result, Mike Lee and seven other senators have signed a ...

Letter: Strate deserves to keep serving on school board

Brent Strate is a career-long educator who is running for re-election to the State School Board, District 3. He has honorably served in that position as a representative of South Ogden, Layton, South Weber, Clearfield, and Clinton. While there may be issues with other states' education system, ...