Local Headlines 11-3-14

Salt Lake Tribune

Op-ed: Brad Smith is worth trying as Utah schools head

Op-ed: Utah’s proposed constitutional amendments a rush job

Rolly: Utah County rivals Davis for dysfunctional crown

Editorial: Make a deal instead of suing over public lands

Settlement appears close over Utah’s ‘show your papers’ immigration law

Washington Insight: Finally, an Election Day off for Matheson

Deseret News

Robert Bennett: Energy issues go from shortages to surpluses

Frank Pignanelli & LaVarr Webb: Election 2014: What the fallout will say about Utah politics

Op-ed: A teacher’s opinion of the SAGE test

Op-ed: Inmates need better mental health treatments

Michael and Jenet Erickson: In marriage debate, don’t give up the ideal

John Florez: On Tuesday, elect leaders who unite

Drew Clark: Don’t discount the vital role of social and cultural issues to voters

Editorial: What U.S. needs is a clear plan of attack and prevention to deal with Ebola

Editorial: Progress on homelessness: Utah’s ‘Housing First’ earning praises

Potential prison sites in Salt Lake County already generating opposition

County council candidates dispute campaign materials

Group seeks to save Herriman mountain

Doug Robinson: Only in America …

What Ogden reveals about the SAGE test, teaching and how students learn


Op-ed: A third time for Romney? (Standard-Examiner)

WinCo moving ahead with building plans in Layton (Standard-Examiner)

Davis GOP candidates rake in donations; Democrats, not so much (Standard-Examiner)

Weber County’s 2015 budget includes 2 percent raises (Standard-Examiner)

Basin bond will remain on Nov. 4 ballot (Park Record)