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Published December 1, 2009

Opinion

Bridgewater candidate for senate visits county


Tim Bridgewater a Republican US Senate candidate, Nov. 19, stopped in the midst of his campaign visit to 29 counties in 29 days to meet with several faithful Republicans in Emery County at Big Mama's Pizza. This is not the first time he has been ...

Publisher's Corner


It's hard to imagine what doing without really means when you haven't done without. I know I have always had a hard time understanding really being hungry because I have been lucky and have had much of what I needed my whole life. But even those ...

Letter to the Editor: Thank you Emery High Football


This letter is to thank the players and coaches of the Emery High School football team for the effort and excitement of this past season. It was a season in which this team competitively had a chance to win each game that they played, winning fiv...

Just Stuff


If you write about politics, you are asking for trouble. Although it has been said more than once that I am a slow learner, I am working on improving in this area. This column is not so much about politics but it is more about the election proc...

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