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Published May 17, 2005

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Letter to the Editor: We need to hear different points of view


We would like to take this opportunity to address the letters which were put in last week in the Emery County Progress. We are happy that open conversations are beginning here in Orangeville. We are happy to read letters that don't have our same view...

Letter to the Editor: Stand up and be heard


I would like to address the letter that Sara Grindley wrote to the Emery County Progress, May 10. I would like to remind her that there are those of us that are concerned citizens have just as many rights as she does. We feel as though it is about ti...

Letter to the Editor: Upset about letters


I am very upset with the letters to the editor last week. I find it hard to believe that anyone could find Mr. Riddle's letter on April 26, one of anything less than concern and help for the people of Orangeville. We are tired of the water schedule w...

Letter to the Editor: United Airlines, a very unfriendly airlines


Editor - I read with absolute amazement how U.S. Bankruptcy Court Judge Wedoff approved of United Airlines abandoning its pension program and putting tens of thousands of retiree's financial future in jeopardy. Honest, hard working employees put the ...

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