Utah drivers might get the go ahead to run red lights when no other traffic is present if the Utah State Legislature gets its way.
An employee at the DLD helped D. Louise Brown’s mother get her driver’s license back. He lifted her out of hopelessness, Brown writes.
“School slaughters, concert-venue massacres and shopping mall bloodbaths are collateral damage – the price of doing business in these United States of America,” writes Don Porter.
A recent incident involving a black Layton High School student who says he was spit on and called a racial slur at a recent school dance before being suspended himself quickly caught the attention of Standard-Examiner readers.
Here’s how readers reacted to a recent story about how Weber County school districts are preparing for walk-out protests in favor of gun control.
“Peer courts, juvenile court judges, school districts, and others are now navigating significant systemic change. This requires time, resources, and innovation,” write Erin Jemison and Anna Thomas.
Utah Transit Authority officials cited low ridership, the fact that Union Pacific owns the portion of the track that runs from Ogden to Pleasant View, and a $1.4 million price tag to upgrade cars, locomotives and tracks from Ogden to Pleasant View as reasons why service would stop at...
“If this nation’s teens can convince voters to elect candidates that are not beholden to the NRA, maybe progress can be made toward lessening the carnage that so frequently visits our nation’s schools and public places,” writes Don Porter.