No special session can fix naked legislative greed. That is, if a special session ever happens.
By expanding access to contraception, Utah can save money, reduce the abortion rate and help low-income women overcome poverty. And that’s truly remarkable.
This week’s topics: Beloved local legend Ruby Price, the Utah Sheriffs’ Association and the Ogden School Board.
Promontory Point Resources desperately doesn’t want you to know its plans for a landfill on a lonely peninsula in the Great Salt Lake. Which means it’s time to start paying attention.
In Utah, more than 390,000 people live in food insecurity. You can help them Saturday by participating in Scouting for Food.
The students who walked out of class Wednesday didn’t create this violent culture and flood it with easily obtainable military-style weapons. But now they’re our best hope of fixing it.
Ideas always benefit from critique and refinement. But when a candidate goes unchallenged, so does that candidate’s ideas.
This week’s topics: Utah jail deaths, state lawmakers and their embarrassing rap video, town hall meetings in the Ogden School District, and a rumor about WSU’s head basketball coach, Randy Rahe.
Communities in Northern Utah started recycling because it’s good for the environment. That’s still true. Now it’s up to us to begin recycling effectively.