|Published April 29, 2008|
Letter to the Editor: Solace in the cemetery
Most every morning I walk my dogs. Sometimes I walk through our town's cemetery. When I was a child this might have scared me, but as an adult I find strength from passing through. Reading the monuments is truly an inspiration to the courage and fort...
Letter to the Editor: Utah will lose big under proposed climate legislation, civil rights leader tells Utah business group
Roy Innis, long-time leader of one of America's leading civil rights organizations, told a group of Utah business leaders recently that Utah "will be a big loser" if climate change legislation pending in Congress is enacted into law....
Letter to the Editor: Help the FLDS
The lunacy of the moon, that lets me know that if all religions of faith do not come to the aid of the mothers of the FLDS ranch in Eldorado, Texas, the welfare states will soon come after your religion. My faith in the Episcopal Church could be next...
Letter to the Editor: the change in mountain zoning requirements, a compromise of our heritage and a threat to our enjoyment of Emery County lands
A dramatic shift recently occurred in Emery County land use policy which perhaps was not noticed by the majority of my fellow citizens or was regarded as being of little consequence. Within the past month, two of our three Emery County Commissioners...
Letter to the Editor: Child pedophilia in Christian churches
Catholic sex abuse is really taking up alot of room in the liberal media lately.
Slim Randles' Home Country
Ran into Herb Collins the other day down by the school. He volunteers there, from time to time, helping kids with their math homework, and trying to recruit future members of The Great World of Business....
Harness the Power
Have you ever felt like the inside of your head was a bag full of ping pong balls bouncing around in several or maybe hundreds of directions at one time? I have called this running around like a chicken with its head cut off. In the past I have made ...
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