When a baby is healthy, a family can focus on finding worthwhile jobs, buying homes and becoming part of a thriving economy. That makes all of us stronger.
Influenza activity reached critical mass in Utah during the final week of 2017, according to the CDC. What happens next is, at least in part, up to you.
This week: Randy Julander retires as the federal government’s top snow expert in Utah, local police botch hate crime reports, the First Friday Art Stroll packs downtown Ogden and drivers struggle with snowy roads.
Ogden’s aging schools need to be replaced or updated. Some need to be closed. As a community, let’s develop a plan that ensures a better future for our children.
Sheriff Todd Richardson believed he didn’t need to play by county rules, but his record shows otherwise.
Today, we join with those who celebrate the life of President Thomas S. Monson, a Christlike man who truly lived his faith. We will miss his kindness, humility and compassion.
This week we take on: a bill proposal that would take healthcare from vulnerable children, a Ogden-based addiction recovery program, a ban on using handheld phones for Utah drivers and a stupid reaction to a mundane incident.
Administrators in the Cache County School District need to begin defending art, not acting as censors on behalf of those who misunderstand and fear it.
If Natalie Jex can find the strength to forgive Kyle Yepez, the man responsible for the death of her husband, the rest of us can learn to forgive one another too.