|Published June 9, 2009|
Letter to the editor: Out Of Control Congress
The HR 45 Blair Holt Firearm Licensing and Record of Sale Act of 2009 will soon be introduced to the U.S. House. This law will make it illegal to own a rifle with a clip or any pistol unless it is registered. The owner will be fingerprinted, with...
Letter to the editor: Protest use of water from Green River for nuclear power
Living Rivers, Uranium Watch, and the Glen Canyon Group of the Sierra Club filed a joint protest and request for a hearing on the application by the Kane County Water Conservancy District to provide water for a proposed nuclear power plant near G...
Letter to the editor: Massive water rights application for Utah nuclear power plant threatens survival of endangered fish
The Center for Biological Diversity submitted a protest of water right applications filed by the Kane County Water Conservancy that would be used to facilitate the development of a nuclear power plant at Green River. The center's protest, filed w...
Letter to the editor: Making clarifications on previous letter
The letter to the editor in last week's edition was brought to my attention. I was very frustrated with what I read. I felt I should clarify some information that was totally wrong. I am the new secretary at Green River High School. Yes, we did h...
Letter to the editor: About racism in Green River
I am writing in response to a previous letter, "Racism in Green River". As an alumni of Green River High School I was offended and hurt by the implications that my former school could be accused of allowing racism to run rampant through the hallw...
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Hatch sticks up for gun owners
In recent weeks, there have been countless statements made by politicians, pundits, and even the Department of Homeland Security, that gun ownership or support for the Second Amendment is connected to, if not synonymous with, violent behavior. U...
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