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Published August 18, 2009

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Letter to the editor: Wilderness designation in Emery County


The Wilderness bill has never been changed to read "substantially unnoticeable". "Substantially unnoticeable" is a term wilderness advocates plucked out of the air because they couldn't grab enough land under the real description of Wilderness wh...

Letter to the editor: Passing of Eunice Kennedy Shriver


It saddens me to hear about the passing of Eunice Kennedy Shriver, whom I regard as a dear personal friend and for whom I have always had the most profound respect and utmost admiration. She was a tireless advocate for children, the disadvantaged...

Letter to the editor: Concern about climate change


Being a journalist, I have seen how issues come to the forefront, and then how people tire of them and move on to another subject. There is an initial frenzy of interest, then editors feel that people have heard enough....

Letter to the editor: Good-bye Huntsman, hello Herbert


The Utah Republican Party wants to first thank our departing Governor, Jon M. Huntsman Jr., for the service he has given our great state over the past four and a half years. Not only has he guided our state with vision, eloquence and class, but ...

Letter to the editor: Car seat or truck bed, both legal for children


I have seen numerous trucks driving in Emery County with passengers in the back of pickup trucks. The most recent incident was when I was just outside of Huntington heading North on Highway 10. A large truck passed me in the passing lane and in t...

Letter to the editor: Response to Mr. Sharp's letter


In response to the recent letter by Mr. Sharp, I would simply like to point out that the Planning and Zoning Ordinance that was approved by the Emery County Commission on July 14 was the result of more than two years of open, public meetings by t...

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