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Published April 21, 2009


Wind power is just a bunch of hot air

New Interior Secretary Ken Salazar went overboard when he said recently that windmills off the East Coast could generate enough electricity to replace most, if not all, of the coal-fired power plants in the country....

Letter to the editor: Where has all the ammo gone?

Earlier this year my kids gave me a gift card for a large sporting goods store located upstate. I recently had an appointment in Salt Lake City and planned to stop on the way home and use this card. I had heard rumors that ammunition had become s...

Letter to the editor: History on the prohibition era in Emery County

Emery County Progress of 03-24-09 carried a report of Emery County Historical Meeting giving their version of prohibition years in Emery County. I cannot say anything about Arnold Williams and his "stills" in the 1980's as I was not there. ...

Letter to the editor: Voting representative for Dist. of Columbia is unconstitutional

United States Attorney General Eric Holder didn't like the opinion of his own Office of Legal Council. The offending opinion said that legislation now before Congress which would authorize a voting representative for the District of Columbia, a f...

Letter to the editor: No Wilderness

Have you ever noticed how birds of a feather flock together? Such is the case with Scott Groene from the Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance. I have been following the wilderness articles in the Emery County Progress. And as is the same as always t...

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