In Utah, Avenue H can help companies provide insurance for their employees.
I am writing in response to a July 14 letter, “With President Trump, the results speak for themselves.” Here are some of the results achieved/actions in progress by the Trump administration: Working to stop illegal immigration by securing borders and enforcing immigration laws. Since...
The Ogden School District’s graduation rate jumped 7 percentage points in 2017. That’s a stunning improvement.
“Whether they like it or not, white people are now in the uncomfortable position of being on the defensive about their views on race. They should be angry about this,” writes Esther J. Cepeda.
I for one strongly object to the photos the Standard-Examiner publishes of young football players who are depicted as mad and mean. They ought to be portrayed as happy to be participating in a sport they love, not acting like they hate their opponents. The best and most mature coaches encourage...
This week the Editorial Board takes on graffiti “artists,” eclipse traffic, wildfire firefighters and elected officials who block people on social media.
“I’d like to avoid any further branding that might identify me as someone on this side of the law. I know I’m labeled as a felon for the rest of my life whether I like it or not, but I choose not to look the part or embrace the lifestyle.”
“Trump's decision to let go of his right-wing-populist-in-chief Steve Bannon sends a clear signal that the president's ‘populism’ has always been a ruse,” writes E.J. Dionne Jr.
“It's not unthinkable, should this trajectory continue, that a time could come when some Republican officeholders refuse to visit the White House,” writes Rich Lowry.
A wise man by the name of Voltaire once said, "Those who can make you believe in absurdities can make you commit atrocities." The KKK, neo-Nazis and white supremacists believed the hateful rhetoric Donald J. Trump spewed during his presidential campaign. At the start of the Unite the Right rally in...