<p>Jared Page is a reporter working in Deseret Media Companies' integrated newsroom, writing for the Deseret News, KSL and their respective websites. Page has been with the Deseret News since October 2005. Prior to that, he worked for nine years as a reporter and editor at the Standard-Examiner, including a stint as bureau chief of the northern Utah newspaper's Davis County office.</p> <p>Page is an Arizona native who now calls Utah home. The Weber State University alumnus uncovered his love for journalism while working for the school's campus newspaper, The Signpost. He is an avid sports fan, a self-described comics and sci-fi geek, and the proud father of two boys.</p>
Feb 18, 2018 8:41 pm MSTTax reform, finding more money for education still on tap as 2018 Utah Legislature hits homestretch With the session now more than halfway done, the Legislature has some difficult tasks ahead. House Speaker Greg Hughes, R-Draper, said he wants to see a tax cut, though he also wants to funnel more money into education.
Jan 6, 2018 9:48 pm MSTDavis County duo calls for youth involvement among women voters They're retired, politically active, Utah transplants who've made Davis County their home. Spitfires in their 70s, for sure. Today, they share the title of co-president of the League of Women Voters of Davis County.
Nov 9, 2017 5:42 pm MSTCharity drive puts car keys in hands of veterans More than 100 veterans and their families received cars Thursday through Progressive's Keys to Progress charity drive, company officials said. Over the past five years, Progressive has donated more than 500 vehicles to veterans through the program.