Every year, a committee of home builders and Realtors find a lot that’s either donated or...
“These kids are excited by the future. Even if they don’t all become engineers and scientists, they will make a difference,” writes David Ferro.
My wait during this period of lockdown made me realize how grateful I am for the privileges I currently have and what my “time” is like at the moment compared to what it’s been, inmate Brian Wood writes.
A sheriff’s deputy was charged with a misdemeanor in the death of a Northern Utah police dog. To some readers, that doesn’t go far enough.
Every year, a committee of home builders and Realtors find a lot that’s either donated or deeply discounted and build a home for a family in need.
With the help of modern technology and transportation, it’s not nearly as difficult to say goodbye to family as it was centuries ago.
“Ogden is most fortunate to be a place in which civic leadership abounds. Leaders here care about results, not credit,” writes Jeff Steagall.
“It doesn’t really matter whose idea it was to conduct such an interview,” inmate Brian Wood writes. “The point is someone wants to know, and the caseworker ended up getting to know me a little.”
“Our dialogue and discussions rarely start from the fundamentals upon which we agree, but rather jump right to ideological conflicts,” writes E. Kent Winward.