In our opinion: The country needs leadership that reunites
We hope the remainder of Trump's presidency is marked by the kind of leadership that unites the nation in effectively confronting the domestic and foreign challenges facing the country.
Jay Evensen: Does flying have to be an insulting hassle?
This is an important question in the Salt Lake area, a hub city for a major airline and a place where a new airport is under construction.
Op-ed: To stay in teaching, you have to love it
I write this to remind everyone that teachers sacrifice a lot for a career that does not seem to recognize their sacrifices. To stay in teaching, you have to love it.
Richard Davis: The new tea party activists ... the Democrats
Republicans should not be too quick to criticize the Democrats’ current tactics. Many Republicans are likely to do the same thing once Democrats take over again in four or eight years. The cycle will be repeated.
Derek B. Miller: Utah hasn't forgotten the power of free enterprise
We recognize that free enterprise has created the most opportunity, the most freedom, the most choices and the best quality of life for more people than any other time in history.
In our opinion: Safety is and ought to be our first priority
Whether we like it or not, the responsibility of keeping the peace in that corner of the world has fallen to the United States, and THAAD represents the best tool available to keep our allies safe from attack.
Op-ed: The Aussies got it right
The real fault line between nations is not ethnic, religious, linguistic or racial. The true fault line is over sex, more specifically, the situation and status of women in society.
Jay Evensen: Trump's efforts unlikely to settle Western lands issues
The American West, with its unparalleled natural wonders, its generous reserves of energy resources and its vast tracts of federally owned land, is unlikely ever to reach a final settlement of the contentious issues involved in managing that land.
Robert J. Samuelson: The bumpy road to adulthood
Growing up isn't what it used to be. There's a yawning gap between the end of adolescence and the beginning of adulthood: a period when millions of 20-somethings and 30-somethings have many adult freedoms without all the responsibilities.
In our opinion: Utah housing crunch needs to be rectified with affordable housing
The real estate market on the Wasatch Front is in the midst of a dynamic trend toward escalating prices, causing a serious shortage of affordable single-family homes available to first-time buyers.