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Published September 25, 2007

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Drill responsibly: protect Utah's hunting and fishing heritage


Those of us who enjoy the traditions of hunting and fishing know that Utah has some of the finest fields, forests and waters in the nation. Whether hunting buck mule deer on the Book Cliffs, chasing elk in the Uintas or fishing for cutthroat trout in...

Letter to the Editor: Did he lie to us?


In his 2003 State of the Union Address, President Bush told Congress (and the nation) that, "the British government has learned that Saddam Hussein recently sought significant quantities of uranium from Africa." The fear of a nuclear bomb in the han...

Letter to the Editor: Committee cautions


The catastrophic events of the past weeks have touched the communities of Carbon and Emery County deeply. The initial shock of a mining accident and the roller coaster of emotions which have followed leave us saddened, and unfortunately on somewhat f...

Letter to the Editor: September is National Preparedness Month


I was sitting here wondering if I'm ready for a disaster or any type of emergency. I think I am, but are any of us ready for a disaster or an emergency. No, we aren't.

Editor's notes: What a month!


So many funerals, but now it has ended. A small part has ended, but the larger part has now begun. The part of living without these nine people in our lives. Nine people not to be seen again in this life....

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