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Published May 6, 2008

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Celebrate mothering-however it comes


The old African aphorism made famous as the title of Hillary Clinton's 1996 book It Takes a Village to Raise a Child rings true in today's society, perhaps more so than in the past. Though there are still a few mothers who are able to stay at home an...

Letter to the Editor: Attorney Generals from Utah and Arizona speak out to Senator Reid on polygamy


We appreciate your calls yesterday to listen to our concerns regarding the polygamous communities of Colorado City, Ariz. and Hildale, Utah. We also appreciate your efforts to help secure a meeting with the U.S. Department of Justice for the both of ...

Letter to the Editor: Economic stimulus package


George Bush's economic stimulus package will give individuals who have an income between $3,000 and $75,000 check amounts of $300 to $600, according to www.jbs.org/. Married taxpayers who earn up to $150,000 will receive $1,200. Included in this pack...

Editor's note: Happy Mother's Day


Mother's Day is fast approaching. A few years back I decided to spend Mother's Day with my mom. Of course, I had always sent cards and gifts, but didn't make the effort to be with her on that day. Now that the kids are mostly grown it's easier to get...

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