Local Headlines 11-9-17

Salt Lake Tribune

Holly Richardson: Campaign season is dead. Long live campaign season.

Michelle Quist Mumford: Will 2018 be the year of the Utah Democrat?

Editorial: There is reason to hope that Curtis will be part of the solution

Gov. Gary Herbert appoints new general counsel

Republican John Curtis, Utah’s new congressman-elect, set to be sworn in, cast first vote Monday

Count My Vote ballot drive shifts course, will try to preserve current election law — mostly

Homeless hotline won’t take reports, Liberty Wells residents tell Salt Lake City Mayor Jackie Biskupski

Deseret News

A. Scott Anderson: Envision Utah — 20 years of empowering vibrant communities

Op-ed: The Second Amendment is meant to ensure that the people always have the means to defend themselves

Op-ed: Work is foundational to restoring dignity

Jay Evensen: By now we should understand that homelessness can’t be solved quickly

Editorial: Trump administration’s memo on religious liberty upholds sound principles

Utah lawmakers propose $4,000 salary stipends for special ed teachers

Congressman-elect John Curtis says he’ll be sworn in Monday

New Count My Vote initiative would keep Utah’s convention system

Lawmaker pitches statewide funding equalization program for Utah schools

Energy symposium highlights natural resource wonders in Utah

Utah launches new DEA strategy to combat painkiller, heroin addiction

Feds to help Utah put spotlight on dangers of opiates

‘We’re scared’: Liberty Wells residents plead for help from Operation Rio Grande spillover


Weber County officials ask groups eyeing change in government to unite (Standard-Examiner)