“In the end my parents did a bang-up job responding to a child who did things differently...
“Encouraging a cat population on our campus places both birds and ourselves at substantial risk,” writes Sam Zeveloff
“What the GOP really wants is to spend a whole lot less government money helping people get health care. But they can't admit it because it sounds heartless,” writes E.J. Dionne.
This week’s topics: Marathons, reenactments with red-face paint, European sports companies and the right way to call out bad officiating.
I attended our monthly Citizens’ Climate Lobby meeting, a grassroots group that advocates for a national carbon fee and dividend program. At that meeting, I learned U.S. Rep. Rob Bishop spoke in favor of language regarding the threat of human-caused climate change in the House military...
The earliest expressions of American spirit came from our Declaration of Independence and the Constitution. We celebrate Constitution Day on Sept. 17. One means of acknowledging the value of this document can be accomplished in an essay contest, something we’ve had a history of doing How do...
“If Trump decides to torch the deal, we will most likely face the choice of watching as Tehran resumes progress toward acquiring nukes or launching another Mideast war in the hope of halting it,” writes Steve Chapman.
The ACA is working in Utah. Replacing it with Graham-Cassidy puts the health of vulnerable Utahns at risk.
“The most important challenge of Banned Book Week isn’t the challenges made against the books, but the challenge to ourselves to open our minds and read,” writes E. Kent Winward
Police officers were justified Feb. 21 when they killed Nicolas Sanchez outside a Roy convenience story, Weber County Attorney Chris Allred ruled. Readers overwhelmingly agreed.