In our opinion: New report about water deserves serious consideration
Since Utah's precipitation and parched plains won’t be changing, this means twice as many people will need to live on an already shallow supply of H2O. It will take the state's best thinking to properly distribute and conserve this critical resource
3 things an ex-con can teach leaders about how to build strong cultures
Culture is the backbone of any organization, and if you believe in people to accomplish dramatic change, stellar performance and revolutionary results, they will make it happen — even if, at one point, these people were considered “unemployable.
Kathleen Parker: Sometimes a small gesture of kindness can change someone's day — or life
Sometimes a small gesture of kindness can change someone's day — or life. If the cumulative effect of evil acts brings us down, mightn't the cumulative effect of good deeds lift us up?
Lois Collins: We think we know a lot of things we don't
People tend to view their own lives in a better light than others — and to speculate on things about which they know nothing. While the stories may be fake, the pain the can be real.
Jim Dabakis: Open letter to new Democratic state party chair
We must not only dwell on the differences, we need to celebrate our common love for America and Utah. We need to remind everyone that our shared core values have created the greatest country on earth.
Letter: Stop the unfair coverage
It is well past time to stop the unfair complaining about President Trump and start printing the correct and balanced information on what he and his administration are doing.
Letter: Common good
The public has consistently taken the long view, supporting a public school system for over a century that educates all students, using public funds, accountable to the public, all for the common good.
Enemy of the people
Journalists, get off your fat butts and out of the White House press room. Tell us what is happening in the world and what should happen with the U.S. and NATO.
Letter: Corrupting public education
Public education should be free of political pressure. It would go a long way to demonstrate our respect for teachers.
Letter: Use fireworks safely
I advise everyone to follow the safety rules, obey the fireworks laws where you are using them and have the products used by a sober adult who conforms to the rules.