We’ve got work to do in 2018, according to the Weber State columnists who write for the Standard-Examiner.
“Let’s deal with the hard issues in front of us, but let us not punish those that have done no wrong other than having been brought to America as children and youth,” writes Paul Widmark.
One year, David Ferro’s dog drove the family’s VW bus into a tree. But that didn’t stop the Ferros from making their annual Christmas visit to New York.
Technology allows for warrants to get signed by a judge electronically — but does that cut corners on the justice system?
“A handful of people from the Ogden Valley are encouraging the Weber County Commission to circumvent the petition we have started and for the commissioners themselves to initiate the study process. This would be a mistake,” write Brent Taylor and Oscar Mata.
“We love the idea of good girls and boys getting gifts for good behavior. Those rules make sense. But for Santa Internet, the rules changed this week,” writes E. Kent Winward.
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