Op-ed: Navajo people have already been restricted enough
I, as a member of the Navajo Nation, with ancestors tied to different regions to Dinetah, the "Navajo Land," am opposed to the Bears Ears National Monument.
Greg Bell: Are Utahns' wages increasing to reflect low unemployment?
Harold Myerson, executive editor of American Prospect, has written that the reasons that middle-class wages have not risen are globalization, jobs being replaced by technology, and the profound decline of union membership and power.
Arthur Cyr: South Korea election confirms democracy
Seoul has the high ground regarding Pyongyang not only in moral terms, but in the hard realities of economic and military strength. Above all, we should let South Korea take the lead.
In our opinion: America must remain vigilant in the 21st-Century battle of cyberattacks
The latest attacks reinforce the need to be vigilant in building defenses against cyberassaults and vigorous in shutting down those who mount them.
Letter: More considerate to others
I will be more considerate of others and more kind to them. Will you?
Letter: Thanks for hard work
We have felt an overpowering sense of gratitude for all the farmers, ranchers and dairymen who provide us with an abundance of fruit, vegetables, grain and meat. Thank you for your dedication and hard work!
Frank Pignanelli & LaVarr Webb: Washington circus impacts public policy and Utah delegation
I had high hopes that with Republicans in charge, they would enact pro-growth tax reform, reduce regulations, improve health care and even get control of entitlement spending.
In our opinion: With education, the Beehive State can learn from the Finnish model
While many have used Finland — which doesn’t impose standardized tests until high school — as an excuse to eliminate testing, in reality, they use far more low-stress diagnostic assessments.
Bill Marriott Jr.: The Mormon gospel of opportunity
In looking back over many decades of choices and consequences, I firmly believe that one of the greatest accomplishments that I made professionally or personally was creating opportunities for people to learn and grow.
Carmen Rasmusen Herbert: 4 tips, advice for graduating young women
Go for your dreams, but be prepared to realize new dreams, too. It is never too late to try and do something you love. I truly believe anything is possible in life.