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Published August 23, 2005

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Letter to the Editor: Keeping adult video games away from children


Governor Rod Blagojevich of Illinois signed a law meant to keep adult video games away from children. This should take effect Jan. 1, 2006. It will bar stores from selling or renting extremely violent or sexual games to children. Stores also will be ...

Letter to the Editor: Great week during county fair, pageant


What a great week we had last week, here in Emery County, the fair and pageant, giving us a lot to do. As always the pageant was great, and drew a lot of people to our area, to see and appreciate our county. The fair was great, lots of good entertain...

Letter to the Editor: Applauds Governor Huntsman


A recent opinion piece in the Salt Lake Tribune, "A governor's voice: Huntsman must act to protect Utah's outdoor treasures".

Letter to the Editor: Public land issues require public involvement


In the Emery County Progress Aug. 2 edition on their front page article titled, Lawsuits, public lands, county and roads. The article by Patsy Stoddard cast an illusion that those people that should become involved in these issues supporting your cou...

Letter to the Editor: Green River needs community center


As an Emery County resident, I am writing this letter because I am deeply concerned about making sure that you are aware and understand completely at least one issue concerning Emery County....

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