|Published October 8, 2013|
Letter to the Editor: Thoughts on government shut-down
Oct. 1, the true story. Don't allow yourself to be fooled by the Mainstream Media (MSM) concerning what has gone on today; what has gone on is not about funding the government, nor about the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare), nor about whether or ...
Letter to the Editor: Blue Castle Nuclear Power Plant
In response to articles that have been written on the Blue Castle Nuclear Power Plant, show they are biased, without knowing how nuclear power plant operates. Uranium is formed into ceramic pellets and placed in metal tubes called fuel rods in a...
Letter to the Editor: Liberal government shuts things down
The same money that pays Park Rangers to keep out of our National Parks is the same money that should be used to let people in. It is the same money. Duh. Did I not tell you, government is inherently evil. How can they possibly properly take care of...
Letter to the Editor: Emery County Drivers need to slow down
Hey Emery County! Slow down! Let me share with you what my daughter witnessed. She was coming into Ferron when she noticed a small black dog running on the highway just outside Ferron headed towards Castle Dale. Being the animal lover she is, she wa...
Letter to the Editor: Not a fan of Wilderness
When congress enacted the original Wilderness legislation in 1964, it seemed, like all other impending environmental bills, a pretty good idea. The act envisioned about 15 million acres of already highly restricted land, containing no roads or o...
Letter to the Editor: Federal instability harms land, local economies
Rural Utah's extreme dependence on the federal government is unhealthy and unnecessary. Federally managed recreation areas, energy sites, and land management offices have shuttered their doors as part of the ongoing federal government shutdown. ...
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