|Published September 1, 2009|
Letter to the editor: Feels Castle Dale Ordinance is good
I've been following the discussions, debates, and commentaries on Castle Dale's beautification ordinance and although I'm not a Castle Dale citizen I thought I'd throw my two cents in because the issues being discussed are common to all our citie...
Letter to the editor: A rock, a rock, a rock
I became involved with rocks when I saw the large rock delivered to Emery High School. I thought of my rock, "Central High School" on the lawn in front of the Pioneer Museum with worn out black paint and a faded "C". As I asked people about the l...
Letter to the editor: Green River boy is hero
Our trip to Colorado to visit friends in Cortez and Mt. Crested Butte ended and we started the drive home to Southern California. We stopped at the Tamarisk Restaurant in Green River, Utah, for lunch on Aug. 21. The restaurant had been among seve...
Letter to the editor: Questions garbage bid in Huntington
On Aug. 19, I attended the Huntington City Council meeting for the bid/proposal on garbage service for the community. The city received two separate bids/proposals. Both were from businesses with a current Huntington City business license and re...
Letter to the editor: Maybe national health care not so bad?
Having been raised Republican, I've heard all of the European-Socialized-Medicine boogeyman stories. Europeans pay half of their income for that system, people can never get the care they need, government just doesn't run anything as efficiently ...
Letter to the editor: Credit card company bail out
Recently I read in the news that Federal Reserve Bank of New York was going to loan $200 billion to banks and companies that provide credit cards. It's called TALF 'Term Asset-Backed Securities Loan Facility'....
Letter to the editor: Mining brings freedom for America
A battle is raging of which few are aware. Progressives, in their naivete, are ensuring America will lose it. For years now progressives have been blocking carbon based energy development while promoting alternative energy. A world powered by win...
Letter to the editor: On the death of Sen. Kennedy
America lost a great elder statesman, a committed public servant, and leader of the Senate, and I lost a treasured friend.
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