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Published June 10, 2003

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Letter to the Editor: Officer Jeremiah Johnson


I am writing this letter after attending the funeral for Officer Jeremiah Johnson. As my wife and I walked into the LDS stake center in Castle Dale that Saturday morning many bittersweet memories came back to me. Seeing all of the officers of Emery C...

Letter to the Editor: San Rafael Swell


In your Nov. 11, 2002 publication you printed a letter to the editor I submitted titled, "Come Up With a Plan in the Swell." In that letter to the editor I stated the environmentalists would pick their time and place. They would select a plant, an in...

Letter to the Editor: Freedom in Your Own Back Yard


Now is your chance to stand up for freedom in your own back yard. The Fee Demonstration program that took away your right to freely travel your canyons and much of the forest is up for comment from the public....

Letter to the Editor: Yellow Ribbons


We all have our yellow ribbons up and hang the flag in respect of the troops serving our country, fighting for our freedoms. But have any of you noticed the "E" on highway 29 north east of the high school? It is beautiful. If you haven't seen it driv...

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