|Published November 16, 2010|
I entirely concur with Editor Patsy Stoddard's words of appreciation for Sheriff LaMar Guymon's long, devoted, and highly capable service to the citizens of Emery County. He will indeed be missed, not only by his friends and supporters but, in ti...
Make your voice heard
On Nov. 2, the people of Emery County used their right to vote and sent a clear, loud voice that they wanted changes as citizens of Emery County. These people were registered as Democrats, Independents, Republicans, and unaffiliated....
Sheriff Guymon, still a winner
I had the privilege of working with LaMar while I was Secretary of the Emery County Travel Bureau and I was always impressed by his integrity, knowledge and his ability to look at a problem and come up with a solution....
What were you thinking?
This letter is in response to the editorial by Patsy Stoddard on Nov. 9.
Why didn't you vote
What did Emery County do? 3,851 of the citizens voted. It is as simple as that, regardless of who we voted for, we voted. A right that has been granted to us by brave Americans who have fought battles from Valley Forge and Bull Run to Afghanist...
Opinion page is just that; for opinions
The reaction to a column that concerned the election defeat of the standing sheriff in Emery County last week that appeared in the Nov. 9 issue of the Progress was swift and strong. During the week I fielded calls from many angry folks concerning...
It's your money by Mark Justice
While browsing on the internet the other morning reading the news, weather, sports and financial sections I came across what I thought was a most interesting item by Countrymom, titled How to Appear Wealthy. Most of the following is from that ar...
High school realignment in Utah is almost a reality and the naysayers are out in force wailing and moaning about the inequities of their favorite team being placed in a bracket that they don't exactly agree with. This does not surprise me as I ha...
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