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Published November 17, 2009

Opinion

Political season begins with senate hopeful visit


US Senate Candidate Cherilyn Eagar from Sandy, came to Emery County to meet with Senior Citizens of Emery County at the Senior Citizens Center in Castle Dale. Bill Dellos the Emery County Republican Chairman invited Eagar, a successful business w...

Just Stuff


I now find myself buying strange stuff when I go grocery shopping. I don't know about you, but my household ends up with products in the refrigerator and in the pantry that not too long ago I would never have known that they even existed....

Letter to the editor: Happy with local service by mortuary


I am sincerely hoping this letter can be printed in your newspaper to honor a local business. Our family lost a loved one (my mother-in-law Fannie Johnson) last Thursday. My husband and I and my sister-in-law live in Seattle and traveled to Pric...

Letter to the editor: Support local boys and girls club in Huntington


As you know we are making great gains daily in establishing a strong organizaional and financial footing for our Boys and Girls Club of Huntington. Our trustees and board of directors have approved our bylaws and corporate charter. Paperwork is b...

Letter to the editor: Scout appreciates use of new Blue Sage arena


Hello my name is Cody Rudman, a scout from Cleveland First ward troop, #302 . I am working on my communications merit badge.

Slim Randles' Home Country


It was Dewey who rang Marvin Pincus's doorbell. Dewey of the multiple "fatalities." Dewey the accident prone. Dewey who overturned a truck full of grease on the interstate, got his dad's pickup stuck in the mud during a drought, and managed to ...

Hard work pays off by Jerry Stotler


Once there were four men one of whom was Adventurous. Adventurous was usually looking for new things to do and places to explore. One day, while exploring, he discovered what he thought was a gold streak in the side of a hill. He filed his claim ...

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