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Published August 28, 2007

Opinion

Letter to the Editor: Enlightened liberal readers


I would like to point out how whenever one of your enlightened liberal readers, like Mr. Thornton, writes about one of my horribly thoughtless and deceitful letters, they always supply tons of emotion and virtually no facts. Mr. Thornton feels I am w...

Letter to the Editor: West Virginians know coal mining


Out in Utah we have nine dead - six of them about to be entombed in Bob Murray's "evil mountain." The editor of the Emery County Progress made a jab at the media for looking like "environmentalists" and wrote: "I think of these environmentalist types...

Guest Editorial: UtahAmerican Energy employees attempt to set the record straight


P. Bruce Hill, president and chief executive officer and Laine W. Adair, general manager, each of whom have 33 years of coal mine engineering and management experience, held a press conference to "set the record straight," regarding the recent tragic...

Editor's notes


Eighteen days into the mine disaster at Crandall Canyon. What a torrent of emotions and conflicts for our small county. Highs and lows. What a terrible thing for these families to have to face after three weeks. Their loved ones might not be coming b...

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