|Published April 10, 2007|
We are part of the problem, not the solution
The accident on Highway 6, in the Red Narrows last spring once again demonstrates how vulnerable we in eastern Utah are to disruptions of our transit system. The gasoline explosion in almost the same place as the explosive trucks demise the August b...
Guest Editorial: Vouchers, Why I Voted no
It now appears that vouchers will have to stand the ultimate test - a vote of the people. Good for us. Such will be determinative of the issue notwithstanding the problem of the two bills and any legal opinions to the contrary. The Governor agrees. ...
Letter to the Editor: Global Whining
Okay, some CO2 gases are being produced by human activity. But is it potentialy the biggest cause of global whining? Consider this. Just Google precession of the Earth and read about the way our planet moves through the universe. For one thing, we a...
Letter to the Editor: Local Farm Products
I've seen some little pieces in the newspaper lately encouraging people to get into developing small farms to grow various food crops to be sold locally.
Letter to the Editor: Global Warming
George Bush would have us believe that global warming is a party issue concocted by the Democrats. After reading Ned Scarlet's letter to the editor on March 20, it is clear Mr. Bush has had some success. First, I'd like to thank Mr. Scarlet for addre...
Letter to the Editor: Appreciates Students
Last Wednesday after the garbage was picked up, my husband went out to bring the can in. He is nearly 84 years old and a semi-invalid. He somehow lost his balance, fell and was not able to get up. I was not able to help him, so I came in the house t...
|Web Poll |
April 25, 2011
Do you you think the national deficit that Congress has been struggling with can be better solved by increasing taxes or by cutting spending?
Best viewed with Firefox