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Utahns discuss daylight saving time

Utahns discuss daylight saving time

Clark Planetarium hosted a public meeting on daylight saving time Thursday afternoon. This was part of an ongoing effort by the Governor’s Office of Economic Development (GOED) to obtain the public’s opinions on what Utah should do about daylight saving time in accordance with a bill passed in the state legislature last session. Since 2010 […]

I grew up on the East Coast and have lots of family living across 10 states. I’ve had the opportunity to visit them all. I’ve swam in both the Atlantic and Pacific oceans and have been to all four corners of the United States, and I still find Ogden one of the most charming cities I […]

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What to do with an extra hour in your day

From the early days of Benjamin Franklin to World War I, daylight saving time has occurred twice every year by setting clocks forward and backward one hour to save light. Questions about whether daylight saving has relevance today are being faced by Utah’s legislature. A bill, H.B. 197, is the latest version the Utah State Capitol has […]

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10th Circuit rules against Utah in same-sex marriage

By: Skyler Pyle Hundreds gathered at City Creek Park in downtown Salt Lake City, Utah, to celebrate the largest of many victories in the LGBT civil rights movement and a landmark decision for equal rights and equal protection for residents in the state of Utah. With tears of joy streaming down their faces, many embraced […]

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This is the first time I’ve taken summer classes in college. On top of that, I’m working three jobs, one of these as the opinion editor for The Signpost. I find every day is filled with juggling multiple tasks. Free time? Sleep? Non-existent. Needless to say, I am feeling overwhelmed. I find myself daydreaming about […]

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Wildcats show their colors at Utah Pride parade

Glitter, glue and love for the W held together Weber State University’s float for its debut in Utah’s 2014 Pride parade. The WSU float was about more than pride. It symbolized how culturally diverse Weber is, Alisha Stucki, first chair to the president of WSU’s Gay Straight Alliance said. It was about showing how bleeding […]

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