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Tom Welch is a hero for his work on the 2002 Winter Olympic
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Shop local. Eat Local. Give local. Think local.
Q: Should we change our form of government? A: It’s all about the people
WSU’s Walker Institute encourages and celebrates civility
Former Director Carol McNamara Editorials
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Millennials? Apolitical? Not at Weber State
Utah Legislature shows how to govern locally
Millennials may be the key to breaking through America's political impasse
There are internships. Then there are Utah legislative internships
What brings us together as Americans? TR and Lincoln knew
Point/Counterpoint: Is the Electoral College the best way to elect a president?
Our elected leaders now face the challenge of governing
There's plenty to debate in Utah's 1st District Congressional race
Everyone's invited to Rock the Vote in Ogden
Electoral College makes Utah’s vote more relevant
What would America's Founders think of 2016 presidential politics?
Honor former Utah Gov. Olene Walker with your story
The Weber County Commission debate matters
Political partisanship moving parties away from voters
A 2016 political lesson from "The Walking Dead"
Pragmatic Utahns Reject Siren Call of ‘Trumpism’