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Published March 30, 2010

Opinion

Legislative wrap-up report by Kay McIff


It's great to be home. It was a difficult session. I am grateful to be able to work with Senators Okerlund and Hinkins and Representatives Noel, Painter, and Wright. Together, we represent much of rural Utah and overlap in Emery, Sanpete, and Sev...

Letters to the editor: Finding ways to protect the environment


This natural world is moving into the longed for days of spring. We hope we will see the greens of grasses, trees, and other plants, many of which we expect to see bloom.

Letters to the editor: Harmful affects of tobacco on the youth of Utah


Although the government is making an effort to discourage teens from using tobacco; I wanted to bring the issue to the attention of parents. More than 1 million teens become smokers each year in the United States. That means over 3,000 start smo...

A new age for Coal?


Peabody Energy Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Gregory Boyce highlights long-term coal growth in Asia-Pacific markets and enormous progress being made to advance clean coal technologies in an exclusive interview on CNBC's Squawk Box with Eri...

Just stuff


Generally speaking, I get up every day feeling good because I really enjoy my life and living here in Emery County and here in Utah. I have good kids, good kid-in laws, great grandkids and a good wife. I have many good friends and I enjoy my sibl...

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