Local Headlines 1-4-18

Salt Lake Tribune

Editorial: Utah’s high rate of domestic violence homicide is unacceptable

Utah plans to appeal judge’s ruling, but this year’s school board elections will be nonpartisan

Utah middle-schoolers still have to take art, health and gym classes under the state school board’s new policy

Gov. Gary Herbert predicts that voters will legalize medical marijuana in Utah

Republicans soon will name two new Utah lawmakers in time for upcoming session

Senate Majority Whip hopes Mitt Romney runs, says he’d be ‘terrific addition’

Utah state workers receive lower pay than private sector, but far more generous benefits

Deseret News

Op-ed: Holladay residents should not foot the bill for poor planning

Op-ed: Consumer choice and provider competition are keys to lower medical costs

Jay Evensen: Orrin Hatch was many things, but never boring

Jared Whitley: Hatch’s internet privacy bill would be a fitting legacy

Op-ed: Romney is the right person to represent Utah

Editorial: An era in Utah politics will come to an end

This one change to Mitt Romney’s Twitter bio points to Senate run

Utah governor visits ninth-graders, champions hard work, civility

New Mexico land administrator selected to lead Utah school trust office

Without tax bill passage, Hatch says he ‘probably would’ be running again

President Trump, Mitt Romney, Orrin Hatch and other leaders react to Thomas S. Monson’s death

Kaysville expected to censure councilman, call for his resignation


Ogden school officials to discuss ‘next steps’ after bond proposal’s defeat (Standard-Examiner)

Ogden City administration looking to deregulate downtown housing (Standard-Examiner)