|Published February 23, 2010|
Legislative report by Kay McIff
The legislature got underway Jan. 25. It will not be an easy session. Fortunately, I feel comfortable that the citizens of Utah have chosen good people to represent them. My colleagues in the House are decent, honorable and hard working citizens ...
Letters to the editor: Get involved with public lands
As a member of Emery County Public Lands Council I am writing this to express some concerns and ask for input from the citizens of Emery County. On Feb. 2 the lands council held their last meeting. The Emery County Public Lands Council has been p...
Letters to the editor: Politicians just don't get it
"I'm mad as hell and I'm not going to take it anymore" is a famous quote from a 20 or 30 year old movie which the American people have been repeating for almost that long. On Tuesday evening, Jan. 19, the voters of Massachusetts translated that q...
Letters to the editor: Citizens fight for rights
An unfortunate group of homeowners in Eden, Utah have been taken captive by Powder Mountain developers. A law passed by the state legislature in 2007 allowed a developer to incorporate citizens into a town against their will, to appoint a town co...
Letters to the editor: Correct disposal of electronics
There was a very helpful article in the Magazine section, American Profile, in the Emery County Progress for Jan. 19 regarding the safest ways to deal with the various electronic equipment we may no longer have use for. I hope people read it. But...
Letters to the editor: Enjoys sports on web
My husband and I are serving a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, in the Tacoma, Wash. area, and wish to thank you for having your paper available on line, we read it every week. It keeps us up-dated on things going on i...
Letters to the editor: Proud grandma watches Green River Lady Pirates
This past week I had the privilege of attending the girls 1-A basketball tournament in Richfield. When I arrived I thought that I was there to see the winners emerge after fighting a hard battle. After the first day I realized that what I witness...
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April 25, 2011
Do you you think the national deficit that Congress has been struggling with can be better solved by increasing taxes or by cutting spending?
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