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Blue Blood: Cougars at a crossroads as they visit Boise State Friday night 

It saddens me to admit it this week, but it appears that BYU was really a one-man show this year! I was probably in denial, once Taysom Hill was lost for the season, in believing that BYU could still pull it together and win the majority of this year’s scheduled games. I considered all the factors, […]


Relationship Connection: My irresponsible daughter wants me to pay for her wedding 

Question Our 28 year-old daughter lives at home with her five year-old son with my husband and I. She wants us to throw her a wedding with her boyfriend. Problem is she has a mediocre job, he lives with his mom still, and has a job. I’m against spending money on a wedding without a plan for […]


On the EDge: Crossing political lines, or Why I voted for Ronald Reagan … twice 

OPINION – With the election just around the corner, I was talking to a friend the other day about voting, the candidates, the issues. Needless to say, this being Utah, all things are not equal. Whether you are on the winning or losing side of that equation doesn’t matter. Without dialog, opposition, a choice, elections […]


Bleeding Red: Change of offensive heart has Utes riding high 

Mid-season grades for the Utes are now out And as always, the defense has been stout While the passing game is famine or feast When running the ball Booker is a beast! COMMENTARY — Bonnie Tyler’s “Total Eclipse of the Heart” is a classic song from that decade affectionately known as the Awesome 80’s. Two […]


Perspectives: Lesson from feminist vs. university; free speech, natural rights 

OPINION – When a feminist speaker recently canceled a scheduled engagement at Utah State University, her decision should have been easily understandable. Instead, it has created significant confusion in the minds of some about what exactly the First and Second Amendments are and how they protect our natural rights. The issue began when an emailed […]


Blue Blood: Cougars showing heart as they battle through rash of injuries 

COMMENTARY — Even with its second consecutive loss, BYU has NO give up and some positive things to build on moving forward in the 2014 season! It was a disappointing last Thursday night to what I think is a very competitive and tough football Central Florida program. I see UCF having another great year, following its […]


Relationship Connection: Our marital stubbornness is keeping us stuck 

Question My husband and I are both stubborn, and have different perspectives on a lot of things. We seem to end up in stalemates where neither of us feels our desires or needs or opinions are being respected or included.  We try to work things out, but it seems that we just repeat the same […]


On the EDge: Note to GOP: Don’t bite the hand that feeds you 

OPINION – The party line in Red State America is that the feds give too many handouts; that there is too much “big government;” that we are taxed too much; that too much money goes to “government programs” whether for so-called entitlement programs or for aid; that too many go to the federal government with […]


Bleeding Red: Utes not saying who QB will be Thursday night vs. Oregon State 

Sleight of hand and now playing hide the ball Utah refuses to announce the call Who will be the quarterback Thursday night? Not until Thursday will we see the light COMMENTARY — You’ve got to love moving up four spots in the polls on a bye week just because you didn’t lose. That’s right, Utah […]


Perspectives: Obedience to the civic religion 

OPINION – If you were walking down the street and a total stranger politely instructed you to alter your pace or to jump in place, would you do it without question? Most of us would require a solid reason to obey. Now, how would you react if that stranger was wearing an official-looking uniform? Would you […]


ON Kilter: Analyst or advocate; examining the Lake Powell Pipeline 

OPINION – On Oct. 30, Citizens for Dixie’s Future, with the help of a generous grant from the international outdoor outfitter, Patagonia, will be hosting a water workshop from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Entrada. Read more: Local nonprofit teams up with Patagonia to host Water Workshop You care about this. Here’s why: The Washington County Water […]


Blue Blood: Time for BYU to prove it can thrive, even without its leader 

COMMENTARY — Not much is needed to be said about BYU’s loss to Utah State 35-20 last Saturday, but I do feel the need to express a few thought before moving on to this weeks game versus Central Florida. This loss has the potential to turn a lot of things upside down for the Cougars […]


TWIR9: Hurricane Tigers flying high, but tough games remain 

COMMENTARY — If w take a stroll back through the STGNews sports section archives, we find a few pages back an artticle entitled “Media touts Pine View, coaches tab Desert Hills during 2014 football media event.” Scanning through the story, we see that the media covering the preseason “Region 9 Media Day” event picked Pine […]


Relationship Connection: How do I move on from a lost relationship? 

Question How do you get over a past relationship with someone you love that doesn’t love you back, while still having to work with and be involved in their life? Answer Obviously, you have to move forward with your life and not stay stuck in the regret and longing to be with this other person. […]


On the EDge: Still a long road ahead for LGBT equality 

OPINION – One of the pearls I would always offer my reporters when I was an editor was “Never be surprised by a decision a court hands down.” You can watch all the “Law & Order” reruns you like, but it will still not make you an expert on the law. That’s why I had […]


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