When asked if she believes she helped pave the way for other African-American teachers in her...
When asked if she believes she helped pave the way for other African-American teachers in her district, Charlene Wilson hesitated.
OSD wants to collaborate with students who plan to participate, according to the district’s Public Information Officer Jer Bates.
Should elementary-schoolers be required to dance with anyone who asks? Standard-Examiner readers chime in.
Officials now have 11 proposals as they weigh next steps to improve district schools following the failure of a bond proposal last year.
Forrest Crawford came as a football player from Tulsa, Oklahoma, to Weber State in 1972. His legacy transcends the university and city limits.
Bryson Chadwick, a student at the Ogden campus of Utah Schools for the Deaf and the Blind, is one of five finalists in the Happy Hands art competition sponsored by Deb Group.
A lawsuit alleging Utah State University looked the other way on reports of sexual abuse at fraternity houses remains alive in federal court, but a judge has granted immunity from liability to three officials who were named as defendants.
A West Haven parent was upset that her daughter was told she can’t say “no” to a boy at the Kanesville Elementary School dance.
Fremont High School senior Cooper Brown received a $5,000 college scholarship along with the honor of having his painting of a Ute Native-American girl hanging in the featured spot in a display at the Utah State Capitol.
According to a news release sent by the university, 72 candidates applied to become Idaho State’s next president.