- Study: UT population to nearly double by 2050 Updated: Apr-20-14 5:49 pm
- Excerpts from recent Wisconsin editorials Updated: Apr-17-14 10:55 am
- Grand Forks Air Force Base to close school Updated: Apr-16-14 10:37 am
- Population losses a concern in Orangeburg County Updated: Apr-13-14 1:46 pm
- Many Ohio school districts see enrollments drop Updated: Apr-13-14 12:19 pm
- Wright, with 2,000 residents, is seeing boom times Updated: Apr-11-14 12:17 pm
- Thousands of Jerusalem Arabs without water Updated: Apr-07-14 2:09 pm
- Jefferson County looks to cause of population drop Updated: Apr-07-14 10:28 am
- 5 signs US job market may finally be accelerating Updated: Apr-06-14 10:20 am
- Scott County leads for population growth in Ky. Updated: Apr-05-14 2:13 pm
- Heroin use rises in Oregon, mirrors national trend Updated: Apr-05-14 10:26 am
- VA partners with Anchorage health clinic for care Updated: Apr-05-14 5:06 am
- US finally regains the jobs lost in the recession Updated: Apr-04-14 5:50 pm
- Sioux Falls Catholic Diocese making big changes Updated: Apr-04-14 10:31 am
- West Virginia editorial roundup Updated: Apr-01-14 1:56 pm
- WVU study: W.Va. will lose population through 2030 Updated: Mar-31-14 11:20 am
- SC districts about party, in this case the GOP Updated: Mar-31-14 2:19 am
- Panel conducts Nevada redistricting process Updated: Mar-31-14 12:00 am
- Neb. lawmakers ponder rural population declines Updated: Mar-29-14 10:58 am
- Iowa lawmakers seek to protect elders from abuse Updated: Mar-29-14 10:44 am
- Oil boom leads to huge growth for Duchesne County Updated: Mar-28-14 1:52 pm
- Meade is 8th-fastest growing county in nation Updated: Mar-27-14 4:48 pm
- Williston fastest-growing micropolitan area in US Updated: Mar-27-14 4:29 pm
- Virginia counties near DC fuel population gain Updated: Mar-27-14 3:54 pm
- Dallas County sees swift population growth Updated: Mar-27-14 3:17 pm
SALT LAKE CITY - According to a report, Utah's population is expected to soar 86 percent by 2050 from 2.9 million to 5.4 million.
Wisconsin State Journal, April 16
GRAND FORKS, North Dakota - The Grand Forks Air Force Base School Board has voted to close an elementary school to deal with declining enrollment on the northeastern North Dakota base.
ORANGEBURG, South Carolina - Orangeburg County officials are trying to figure out why the county's population shrunk while the rest of the state grew by 3 percent.
COLUMBUS, Ohio - Many Ohio school districts are seeing declining enrollment as the state's younger population goes down.
WRIGHT, Wyoming - The town of Wright, which owes much of its 40-year history to the coal industry, is enjoying something of a renewal.
JERUSALEM - Tens of thousands of Palestinians living in east Jerusalem have been without running water for more than a month, victims of a decrepit and overwhelmed infrastructure and caught in a legal no-man's land caused by the divisions of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
PINE BLUFF, Arkansas - The population in Jefferson County continues to decline, and county officials said they're intent on finding out the cause of why so many people have left.
WASHINGTON - Few people responded to the March jobs report with high-fives and cheers. But there may be reasons to applaud in the months ahead.
LEXINGTON, Kentucky - Scott County is the fastest growing county in Kentucky, according to projections by the U.S. Census Bureau.
PORTLAND, Oregon - Some states, including Oregon, are reporting a rise in heroin use as many addicts shift from more costly and harder-to-get prescription opiates to this cheaper alternative. A look at what's happening in Oregon:
ANCHORAGE, Alaska - Veterans began filtering into the Anchorage Neighborhood Health Center this month as part of a recent deal with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs to ease medical access.
WASHINGTON - The U.S. economy has reached a milestone: It has finally regained all the private-sector jobs it lost during the Great Recession.
SIOUX FALLS, South Dakota - The Roman Catholic Church plans to merge several parishes in eastern South Dakota and create a new parish on the south side of Sioux Falls due to a decline in priests and changes in population.
Recent editorials from West Virginia newspapers:
MORGANTOWN, West Virginia - West Virginia University researchers predict the state's population will decline by 1 percent, or nearly 20,000 residents, through the year 2030 as deaths continue to outpace births.
COLUMBIA, South Carolina - The decade-long Republican control of South Carolina government has resulted in congressional districts increasingly safe for the GOP and has marginalized conservative white Democrats who for decades ran the state where the Civil War began.
CARSON CITY, Nevada - Unlike some other states where Republicans used their gains in statewide elections to seize control of the redistricting process after the 2010 census, the re-drawing of Nevada's voting districts was done by a court-appointed panel and overseen by a judge.
LINCOLN, Nebraska - As population in many rural Nebraska counties continues to decline, some Nebraska lawmakers are considering ideas to reverse the trend that range from traditional proposals to radical suggestions.
DES MOINES, Iowa - As Iowa's population grows older, lawmakers are trying to determine the best policies and practices to protect the state's elderly population from financial exploitation and other abuses.
SALT LAKE CITY - The Uinta Basin oil boom has made Duchesne County the nation's second fastest-growing (for counties with at least 10,000 people), and Vernal the nation's sixth fastest-growing "micropolitan area" of 10,000 to 50,000 people.
SIOUX FALLS, South Dakota - South Dakota's Meade County has made the U.S. Census Bureau's Top 10 list of the fastest-growing counties in the nation, according to figures released Thursday.
WILLISTON, North Dakota - The oil-rich city of Williston continues to be the fastest-growing micropolitan area in the United States, according to Census Bureau estimates.
RICHMOND, Virginia - Gains in Virginia counties closest to the nation's capital helped fuel an overall increase in the state's population last year.
DES MOINES, Iowa - The population of central Iowa's Dallas County grew by 3.5 percent from a year earlier, the largest such gain in the state, according to estimates released Thursday by the U.S. Census Bureau.