6 ways to be more hirable — and 1 that could land a job today
If you’re in the job market (or even if you’re not!), here are our six best tips to be a better candidate, by tomorrow and one that could land you your dream job today.
Frank R. Pignanelli and LaVarr Webb: Special election squabbles and Dem congressional losses
Most citizens aren’t interested in this abstruse quarrel. They just want a fair special election — which is what they’re getting.
Ralph Becker: Agenda for a better public lands future in Utah and the West
As a starting point for changing the current dynamic, from one rife with conflict and hostility to one that is more pragmatic, collaborative and creative, I suggest Utah leaders adopt the following road map for managing our public lands.
Paul Sharp: Public transit is a 'phony' miracle
Salt Lake City isn't London, Tokyo or New York and never will be. Transit will never provide solutions comparable to the power and convenience of individual transportation on adequate roads and highways.
Charles Krauthammer: The great Muslim civil war — and us
The U.S. shoots down a Syrian fighter-bomber. Iran launches missiles into eastern Syria. Russia threatens to attack coalition aircraft west of the Euphrates. What is going on? It might appear a mindless mess, but the outlines are clear.
Hal Boyd: Netflix, YouTube, Spotify won’t save us from our sins
Feudal farmers once waited weeks for traveling troubadours to sing them ballads, but now Spotify will stream some 30 million songs to your smartphone.
Lesli Allison: Trust and common interest can solve rural and wildlife challenges
We’ll never resolve the issues associated with the ESA so long as we continue to fight with one another at the 11th hour before species go extinct. We can only succeed by making conservation a part of how we all do business and working together.
Jay's Jokes: Why Utah doesn't have a robust two-party system, plus hot weather and Russia
A lighthearted look at news of the day.
Robert Grow: Let's make sure Utah's housing shortage doesn't become like California's
We’re not building enough housing in Utah. For the first time in memory, we added more households than housing units.
In our opinion: Backroom deals for transportation fund distribution need to end
A state audit into the disbursement process might make for interesting reading. The amount of money is certainly significant enough to warrant some kind of public accounting now, and going back to the origin of the fund.