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Published April 5, 2005

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Ongoing lessons found in the parks


I like to think of my recent trip as an adult education class. It was like a new history or science lesson every day for a week as I traveled to seven national monuments and two national parks, all in Arizona. Although all the sites were in the north...

Letter to the Editor: Teams cannot win on talent alone


This is in response to a student of the week profile featured on March 29 in the Progress. A comment about the coaches at Green River High is a deliberate slap in the face to the coaches, not to mention the teachers and students....

Letter to the Editor: Commends Elmo for using solar panels


I want to commend Elmo for putting solar panel energy source into their plans for their new firestation and community center. I have seen this used in large complexes in New Mexico and know it has been used in large office buildings in Europe for som...

Letter to the Editor: Darwin contradicts life work


"I find more sure marks of authenticity in the Bible than in any profane history whatsoever." Isaac Newton (1642-1727)

Letter to the Editor: Thank you legislators


It seemed an increase in surplus funds available to the Utah Legislature this past session would have made their jobs fairly easy. However, as I personally watched the work accomplished by our rural legislators, I recognized how extremely difficult ...

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