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Published February 12, 2008

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Letter to the Editor: Protect America


There are a lot of kids, like myself who went into the Navy before we could vote because we believed in the Declaration of Independence and the US Constitution and World War II. ...

Letter to the Editor: Forgotten first


There has been a lot of talk during this presidential campaign about all the "firsts". Chiefly among the firsts listed...first woman to run for president. And how about the African American candidate...surely that is something of a first as well?...

Letter to the Editor: Utah Division of Wildlife Resources?


Or should I say 'Utah's Determined to Watch you Retire' before you are ever successful in a hunt drawing?

Letter to the Editor: Where are the responsible gun owners?


After some fruitcake murders his family with a gun or slaughters innocent students at some school with a gun we always seem to hear from the NRA about how guns are good.

Letter to the Editor: Conservative Mormons unite - Vote for Hillary


It is obvious that Romney has been hurt by his religion. Mitt was clearly the best candidate. Among this season's candidates it is undeniable. Aside from his charisma and intelligence, Mitt was the only candidate that attempted to unite the three Rep...

Letter to the Editor: Residential treatment center in Ferron


I would like to express my concerns about the possibility of having a residential treatment center for youth in Ferron. In all of the meetings I have attended regarding this issue the terms "foster care" and "residential treatment center" are interch...

Letter to the Editor: More wilderness?


I read in several newspapers where Rep. Maurice Hinchey is being pushed by Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance to lock away 9 million acres in Utah as wilderness.

Letter to the Editor: in response of residential treatment center


In response to some of the letters, published in the newspaper, regarding the residential facility I want to open in Ferron. I would like people to know that, I am not just someone walking off the street to open this business. I have been in this lin...

Letter to the Editor: the truth about Pine Meadows residential treatment center


My name is Jacob Barnett and I am licensed as a social service worker in the state of Utah. I worked for the Department of Child and Family Services for three and a half years which was where I met and became acquainted with Charlotte Williams. Charl...

Letter to the Editor: Residential treatment center in Ferron


In regards to the situation brewing over the proposed youth care facility in Ferron, and the extreme reaction from the uninformed and misinformed people. The proposed facility is intended to house and help at risk youth, not felons, not murderers, or...

Letter to the Editor: a Few Thoughts about the Residential Treatment Center in Ferron


Just a few thoughts I have concerning the new facility for troubled girls. What is the worth of a son or daughter to you as parents? It is strange how you can raise four children in the same household...all of them are quite normal in behavior...but....

Report from the Legislature


Last summer's wild fires serve as a wakeup call that we need to address the unchecked buildup of natural fuels not only in the high country, but in the valleys. Six hundred thousand acres of burned land is a sobering statistic. Cheatgrass was a major...

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