|Published October 9, 2007|
Letter to the Editor: Veterans go to Washington D.C.
In my 88 year life span I felt that I had seen everything, heard everything, that would be moments I would consider highlights in my life. But Sept. 5 this year I met a veteran near my age, Veteran Dick Werner of St. George. He stated, "Paul you shou...
Outrage at environmentalists
As a 70 year old uranium miner, and a descendant of a coal miner, I was absolutely outraged at the attitude of B.J. Sharp-Gudmundson in a recent paper.
Letter to the Editor: Regulations not cooperation
If you are considering opening a business think twice about it, or maybe even 10 times. In today's world of regulations and the unwillingness to look beyond them, it is almost impossible for a small business to get off the ground. There is no common ...
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: Political discord
The architects of our nation had a great understanding of human nature. They knew no matter how small or large a problem seemed, disagreement would follow on the best course of action. They also understood that if one side felt unrepresented there ...
Editor's notes: Bonds, what are the ties that bind?
Surely one is love. Love has been in abundance these past two months. The original six miners families plus the three rescuers families have all bonded in a way that is unbreakable. The heartache they have shared has in some ways been lessened becaus...
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