Lois M. Collins
Lois M. Collins is a reporter and columnist for the Deseret News. While she writes primarily on family issues for the national and news sections, she also writes a biweekly column and her work appears often in the feature section. Collins spent most of her childhood in Idaho Falls and graduated a long time ago from the University of Utah with a degree in communications. She's won numerous national, regional and local writing awards, but is most proud of the fact she once stepped out of a perfectly good airplane in midair for a story. She and her husband, Beaux, have two nearly grown daughters and live in Salt Lake City. She uses her middle initial because there are a LOT of Lois Collinses out there.
Jun 5, 2019 8:00 am MDTLois Collins: Patriotism and forming opinion based on philosophy, rather than fact My close friend Carolyn and I were having a warm, but contentious pre-D-Day discussion of patriotism, and why we vote the way we do. Turns out, if friendships required we agree philosophically, we'd probably be mortal enemies. I see a better way.
May 29, 2019 9:01 pm MDTThe World Health Organization says people who feel burned out at work aren't imagining it. Do you have the symptoms? The World Health Organization says people who feel burned out at work aren't imagining it. It's a real contributor to stress and anxiety with a set group of symptoms that impact health. Do you have them?