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Published August 17, 2010


Citizens have plans for Huntington flour mill project

What's in a flour mill? Maybe not much and maybe a lot depending on how you look at it and your point of view. It has been a dilemma for the past few years as to what to do with the Huntington flour mill. It has not operated since the 1980s and h...

Plan to attend take back Utah rally

I know, you know, most likely, even better than I, what a mess this world that we live is in. You probably wonder, much as I do, if there is something, if anything, that we can do about it. I know that most of this mess is bigger than my poor bra...

Huntington flour mill hazard should be torn down

A vermin infested fire trap. The old flour mill that served Huntington residents for years has become an eye sore and a hazard to the local neighborhood, property values not included. Yes, this is sad for many but reality must surface. The struct...

Federal Judge strikes down prop 8

A federal judge in San Francisco ruled recently that California's voter-adopted affirmation of traditional marriage, Proposition 8, is unconstitutional.

Drill for oil on land not on sea

I am shocked and dismayed by the destruction caused by the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. One of the big reasons for this disaster is the withdrawal of hundreds of millions of acres of land from oil exploration for wilderness acres and national...

Hatch blasts ruling on prop 8

Sen. Orrin Hatch, R-Utah, blasted a federal district judge's decision to overturn Proposition 8, California's ban on same-sex marriage.

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