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Taking a 'Leap of Faith' in Bennett's book on the origins of the Book of Mormon
Former Sen. Bob Bennett wrote a surprisingly good book about the Book of Mormon while serving in the United States Senate. Read more»
Thursday, April 28 2016 5:00 a.m. MDT
Want a ride to the past? Matt Burch will drive you there
For Matt Burch, what began as a hobby — building and restoring horse-drawn carriages — has turned into a full-time labor of love. Read more»
Sunday, May 1 2016 5:13 p.m. MDT

Sports

Golden Gloves National Tournament returns to Utah for 3rd time in 8 years
Utah may not have a lot of recent Golden Gloves champions, but the national tournament returns to Utah for the third time in less than a decade. The tournament opens Monday at 6 p.m. Read more»
Sunday, May 15 2016 9:08 p.m. MDT
A slice of smart: Utah Jazz deliver on Quin Snyder contract
Multi-year deal gives Snyder time to finish what he began, with a team on the verge of the playoffs. Read more»
Friday, May 6 2016 4:50 p.m. MDT
So, another Kaufusi goes hybrid with hoops and gridiron? Let it rip
It isn't that Corbin Kaufusi has decided to give football a try, it's that the BYU football coach pestered him to give it a try. Everyone is a winner with this Kaufusi's decision to Read more»
Wednesday, April 27 2016 8:40 p.m. MDT
The greatest underdog story ever
Forget the Mets, the Miracle on Ice and Hickory High, Leicester City — the Detroit Lions of England's Premier League — just topped them all Read more»
Tuesday, May 3 2016 6:15 p.m. MDT
My mom makes me a better runner
Running may make me a better mom, but my mom has made me a better runner. Read more»
Sunday, May 1 2016 8:46 p.m. MDT

Opinion

The world according to Trump
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Sunday, May 1 2016 12:00 a.m. MDT
Confronting Saudi Arabia's sponsorship of radical Islam
A bipartisan bill is progressing through Congress that revokes the legal immunity typically given to foreign nations when such nations are found culpable for terror attacks that kill Read more»
Thursday, April 28 2016 12:00 a.m. MDT
With unanimous House passage, Email Privacy Act may become real
With our society having evolved from Web pages and social networks to "cloud computing" — in which personal documents aren't stored on personal computers and smartphones, but Read more»
Sunday, May 1 2016 12:00 a.m. MDT
Convention battles, SB54 and medical marijuana
As a longtime supporter of Count My Vote, I was disappointed to see Johnson side with the party machine and attack Herbert because he gathered signatures. Read more»
Sunday, May 1 2016 12:00 a.m. MDT
What happens in Puerto Rico won't stay there
Puerto Rico's troubles will benefit America if the bond market, sobered by a demonstration that government bonds can be risky, becomes a restraint on state legislatures by raising the Read more»
Thursday, May 5 2016 12:00 a.m. MDT
Who starts a newspaper in 2016? This woman does
When I call her, it is with the impression I am about to speak to someone who might have invested in buggy whips just as Henry Ford started his assembly line, or who might have knocked Read more»
Wednesday, April 27 2016 9:00 a.m. MDT
The key to El Paso is understanding
I had to remind myself my purpose was to bring people together, not to vent my resentment over my father’s discrimination years ago. Read more»
Saturday, April 30 2016 12:10 a.m. MDT
Closing the gap between indigenous people and other in Australia
For one of the first times, there appears to be a real desire to engage with the indigenous people to collaboratively look at addressing these problems. But history suggests rhetoric Read more»
Tuesday, May 3 2016 12:00 a.m. MDT
Karma tastes rich in new, humane economy
We raise 70 billion animals a year globally for food. If the human population inflates to 9.6 billion by 2050, as expected, and demand for meat continues to grow, we'll need to look Read more»
Friday, April 29 2016 12:10 a.m. MDT
Food for thought: How hunger and social policy sometimes get tangled, misunderstood
You can view individuals with certain really difficult but largely unseen challenges as starfish on a beach; it turns out that tossing them back into the ocean so they can thrive may Read more»
Tuesday, May 3 2016 12:00 a.m. MDT
Our campaign finance system promotes the wrong values
Whether we have candidates who must beg others for cash or candidates who are woefully distant from the average American, our system is reinforcing the wrong values. Read more»
Wednesday, May 4 2016 12:10 a.m. MDT

Faith

Saying goodbye to loved ones is a mixed blessing
I've never liked saying goodbye. But a recent experience taught me that saying goodbye is better than the alternative — and life can still be grand. Read more»
Wednesday, April 27 2016 5:00 a.m. MDT
Mother's Day is a negative day for me
This reader is struggling with motherhood. She feels like it doesn't come naturally to her and that she is doing a bad job. Read more»
Saturday, May 7 2016 8:41 p.m. MDT
Finding the divine in Wyoming
In Wyoming, Anthony’s Lord Lurks just beneath the skin of things; Like water in a blade of grass. Like the color blue Hiding in the color green. Read more»
Saturday, May 7 2016 5:00 a.m. MDT
Greatest generations require great mothers
Tom Brokaw's "The Greatest Generation" teaches of duty and sacrifice in WWII. Mothers played a critical role training that generation, just as the mothers of the stripling warriors Read more»
Sunday, May 8 2016 5:00 a.m. MDT

Family

Sweet, insightful independent film 'East Side Sushi' on DVD this week
The low-budget, independent film “East Side Sushi,” a sweet little movie that deserves to be seen, is on DVD this week. Read more»
Thursday, April 28 2016 7:25 p.m. MDT
When to buy a better car
I want you to save up cash and get a really nice, barely used car. I never advise buying a brand-new car unless you have a net worth of at least $1 million. Read more»
Wednesday, April 27 2016 5:00 a.m. MDT
Putting the family council to work
Some of our best moments as a family come when we take the time to talk as equals. Read more»
Monday, May 2 2016 8:45 p.m. MDT
Good advice for ending the school year on a high note
Why do kids, especially teenagers, do crazy stuff? Maybe it's because their brains aren't fully developed. At the end of the school year, it would be nice for them to have something Read more»
Wednesday, May 11 2016 5:30 p.m. MDT
All the world's a staged (house)
In honor of the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death last week, I decided to stage not a play but a house. My house. Read more»
Wednesday, May 4 2016 5:00 a.m. MDT