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Published April 15, 2008

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Letter to the Editor: Arrowhead collectors help preserve history


People involved with archaeology as amateurs and professionals alike, are stating that hunting or picking up arrowheads is illegal. It is my intent to challenge their interpretation regarding the picking up of arrowheads from the surface as illegal. ...

Letter to the Editor: Response to Rep. Minchey on wilderness


On Jan. 24, I wrote a letter to the editor criticizing Rep. Maurice Hinchey, D, N.Y., for working in Congress to lock up more than 9.5 million acres of Utah's public lands as federal wilderness. I suggested that the congressman should look to his own...

Publisher's Corner: that which affects coal affects all of us in eastern Utah


While this community, county and area of the state has tried very hard to diversify our business base, the basic fact is that when something affects coal, it affects all of us....

Time to grill


One of my favorite things to use during the grilling months (and here in the South, grilling starts now in April) is marinade. Or mare-in-nod, as Martha enunciates it. Marinades are an easy way to a fabulous dinner and require very little work. They ...

Slim Randles' Home Country


Only Dewey could do it. Our local disaster zone, Dewey, is one of the kindest hearted guys you ever met, but � well, things happen when Dewey's around.

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