|Published June 29, 2010|
An Emery County update: SUWA's viewpoint on participation in Emery County land use bill
Of all southern Utah counties with large wilderness potential, Emery seemed the best prepared to undertake a process to work through public lands issues there. They've been actively involved in preparing a number of bills for legislation over the...
Green River's image
After watching the Green River Community Center's video on You Tube for the second time I feel I need to speak up in protest. To say I was appalled is not a strong enough word. To show our town at its very worst was uncalled for. Yes, we all know...
As a member of the National Foundation For Women Legislators, Inc. I can sponsor any young woman who would like to enter their annual essay contest. This year the NFWL and the NRA will sponsor the Bill of Rights National Essay Contest. The topic ...
On children's health
The news is not good. In the past 30 years, obesity in this country has more than doubled among children and more than tripled among teenagers.
Support of our Veterans
I think I can speak for all the members of American Legion Post 42 and its Auxilary and all Emery County Veterans when I say thank you to the citizens of Emery County for coming out and supporting us, and our deceased comrades, by attending our ...
Carbon-Emery County public land users
I participated in a "field trip" to the Chimney Rock area recently. The outing was hosted by the Emery County Public Lands Council. I was an invited guest, along with members of the Emery County Public Lands Council, Price Field Office of BLM, Em...
The moral foundation of America
Did you know that 52 of the 55 signers of The Declaration of Independence were orthodox, deeply committed Christians? The other three all believed in the Bible as the divine truth, the God of scripture, and His personal intervention....
Achieving the American Dream
The average American Family may no longer be living the American Dream. Nearly one in five American households has a zero net worth, and many who actually owe more than they own. ...
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