Why I Support Keeping Our Current Utah State Flag

Op-Ed Submitted During the week of July 16-22, 2023, I spent nearly 30 hours in a homemade booth set up on our driveway. The reason?: To seek signatures of those passing by our home on what’s termed the “Save Utah’s Flag Initiative” as they entered the park across the street for city festivities. Some will […]


JASON ALDEAN TRIES THAT (REBELLION) IN A BIG TOWN (NASHVILLE) You cross that line, it won’t take long… – Jason Aldean from the songTry That in a Small Town By: Lew Moore The other day I was thinking about country lyrics depicting vigilante violence, celebrating lynching and cheering citizens dispensing justice. No, I was not […]


A UtahNews Special Report SPENCER COX: “MR. CIVILITY?” Not long ago we were greeted with the news that America’s most “Woke” Republican governor, our own Spencer Cox, was named the new chair of the National Governor’s Association. When asked what he is going to concentrate on as head of the Guvs, he went to his […]

Toward Disaster: Utah’s Election Trajectory

Toward Disaster; Utah’s Election Trajectory A UtahNews Special Report Utah’s Elections THE PAST: In person voting in neighborhood precincts with hand count; moved to option “may” vote by mail with machine count; THE PRESENT: “Shall” vote by mail with machine count; Experiment with internet voting on cell phones and ranked choice voting THE FUTURE?:Universal internet […]

China’s Influence in Utah

China's Influence in Utah

CHINA’S INFLUENCE IN UTAH By Veronica Harper Everywhere you look your eyes can catch a glimpse of the beauty of this great state we live in. Utah has incredibly beautiful views. Take for instance, the Wasatch mountains, its peaks covered in snow. In fact, this year two of our ski resorts have recorded record-breaking amounts […]