“If this nation’s teens can convince voters to elect candidates that are not beholden...
“Peer courts, juvenile court judges, school districts, and others are now navigating significant systemic change. This requires time, resources, and innovation,” write Erin Jemison and Anna Thomas.
Utah Transit Authority officials cited low ridership, the fact that Union Pacific owns the portion of the track that runs from Ogden to Pleasant View, and a $1.4 million price tag to upgrade cars, locomotives and tracks from Ogden to Pleasant View as reasons why service would stop at...
“If this nation’s teens can convince voters to elect candidates that are not beholden to the NRA, maybe progress can be made toward lessening the carnage that so frequently visits our nation’s schools and public places,” writes Don Porter.
“The nation’s leaders are making checks and balances, a key aspect of America’s identity and success, irrelevant. Along the way, they are destroying confidence in our important institutions,” writes Jeff Steagall.
“Depression and anxiety, just like love, are the brain’s ways of telling us on what is going on in the outside world. Any view that looks only to the internal workings of the individual is myopic at best, and horribly flawed at worst,” writes E. Kent Winward.
D. Louise Brown’s grandparents exchanged love letters during the Great Depression, but they never once used the words “I love you.”
“Why,” asks Don Porter, “have Republicans – and members of Utah’s delegation in particular – been so willing to enable, forgive and ignore this administration’s awful conduct? Is the reversal of the Obama agenda worth their moral sacrifice?”
Utah never sufficiently honored Tom Welch for his role in bringing the 2002 Winter Olympics to Utah, writes Robert Hunter.
“I don’t spend my day reading the financial pages, but when I do, I walk away dismayed, more than a little frightened, and convinced high finance is a world with no real connection to the lives of everyday Americans,” writes E. Kent Winward.