Ogden community takes part in national “Lights for Liberty” Protest

Culture/Diversity, News

According to USA Today, over 700 cities participated in the Lights for Liberty protest on July 12; Ogden was one of those cities. The community gathered to express their thoughts […]

Community members rally for family unification

Culture/Diversity, Features, Mobile, Ogden Community/Events, Spanish

On June 20, President Trump signed an executive order aimed at calming the public outcry over the separation of children from their parents at the U.S.-Mexico border.The “zero tolerance” policy […]

Do you know your news? Jan. 11

Mobile, News, Police/Crime, Politics

1. The president of which western Asian country called on the government in December 2017 to publish how much it spends on each institution? a. Iraq b. Iran c. Afghanistan […]

Do you know your news? Nov. 9

Mobile, News, Politics

1. The Oct. 8 fire in which valley left survivors asking for a detailed dispatch report to improve notification efforts for natural disasters? a. Central b. El Durado c. Redwood […]

Genocide Awareness Project shares pro-life message at Stewart Bell Tower Plaza

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  The Center for Bio-Ethical Reform (CBR) reserved a public space at the Stewart Bell Tower Plaza for their Genocide Awareness Project (GAP) mobile display to students Oct. 2–3. On […]

Do you know your news? Sept. 28

Mobile, News, Politics

1. How many suspects were arrested after disrupting a memorial at Georgia Institute of Technology? A. 2 B. 3 C. 4 2. At least ________ buildings were damaged or destroyed […]

Under the protests, the generation war wages

Columns, Opinion

All prejudice is ridiculous in its nature, and generational resentment is one of the worst. Most forms of prejudice can be traced to an “accident of birth” in sex, ethnic […]