Jay's Jokes: What the solar eclipse is really all about, and why we need glasses for it
A lighthearted look at news of the day.
Op-ed: Blessed are the peacemakers
In churches throughout our land, our children learn a simple song: “red and yellow, black and white, all are precious in His sight.” This song captures the spirit, not only of the gospel of Jesus Christ, but of what has made America truly grea
In our opinion: 3rd District primary retaught Utahns important lessons
The Republican Party has mounted several legal challenges to SB54 and continues to argue against its importance. This election ought to make it clear that such efforts should cease.
Mike Lee and Lane Beattie: Collaboration is our blueprint for success
We know that some of the best solutions come when the business community, lawmakers and community partners come together and formulate a vision of what Utah can be.
Op-ed: College isn't the only way to achieve the American dream
Policymakers are finally starting to understand that while in a perfect world every student would emerge from 12 years of public education excited and prepared for the rigors of college, this just isn't realistic.
Letter: Denounce violence
"Every group from the Alt Right to Antifa needs to denounce the use of violence, including intimidation and property destruction. Any person or group participating in such activity must be punished to the full extent of the law."
Larry Pressler: I will be pursuing two passions in India this September
I define the “Octopus” as all the reaching tentacles of the military industrial state from the Pentagon to the arms builders to the huge law firms and consulting firms that support the military industrial state.
Op-ed: Religion's global voice gains a hearing
The quiet efforts that will unfold over the next year among religious entities, think-tank personnel and policymakers themselves will not make headlines. But it's encouraging to be aware nonetheless that the basis of global cooperation is growing.
Letter: Where does monument removal end?
Racism in any form is, or should be, unacceptable, but it appears that to some, the hatred in one form of racism is OK.
In our opinion: A balanced work setting is vital to well-being
The survey provides evidence that many employees find their work experience stressful, unproductive, unfulfilling and even intimidating. That such attitudes are common is cause for introspection for those who are bosses, managers or colleagues.