|Published December 2, 2008|
Measuring Utah's progress encourages wiser choices
Since the time Brigham Young first entered the Salt Lake Valley, Utah's leaders have planned for growth. Whether it was establishing well-designed communities, making the most of a limited supply of water or urging the wise use of timber and graz...
Letter to the editor: Response to editorial
I just read Patsy Stoddard's commentary on gay marriage, and I am surprised that she is so misinformed about the subject. Like many people, she thinks that the gay marriage issue is about her beliefs. It is not. It is about the government giving ...
Letter to the editor: Regarding Patsy Stoddard's Article
"He and his partner never rallied against anyone, they lived their lives very quietly. They had a life partnership."
Letter to the editor: Response to Wakley
I don't know who Darrel La Mar Wakley is, but I will tell you his opinions do not reflect anyone else's that I know in Rexburg. The boys who chanted "Assasinate Obama" on the school bus were 8 and 9 years old. Sometimes kids of any age mouth-off ...
Letter to the editor: Rogue Judges
I want to say how much I appreciate all of the Utah Senators who rejected Judge Robert Hilder's appointment to Utah's appellate bench. It is time we put a stop to judges who set themselves up as law makers and remind them that their duty is not t...
Letter to the editor: An open letter to Congress and the President
"What is Congress doing to 'hold harmless' those of us who have done everything 'right' but who, through no fault of our own, are paying the penalty for those whose greed, lies, imprudent financial decisions, speculations, and bad (governmental) ...
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