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Opinion

Report from the Legislature


We are back in the Utah State Capitol. It's beautiful. It has always been, but now its fresh, clean and brightened. Among the state capitol buildings of America, it has no peer. It is an enormous credit to the small population of the early 1900s, a...

Editor's notes


In the months since the Crandall Canyon mine disaster, for me it has never been far from my mind. I have been attending the Utah Mine Safety Commission meetings. One of which was in Emery County in Huntington. One in Price and one at the Western Ener...

Letter to the Editor: Danger of radon gas


Please help me inform the citizens of our state of the deadly effects of radon gas. Radon gas is the leading cause of lung cancer in nonsmokers and for persons who have ever smoked chances are much greater of developing lung cancer if exposed to high...

Letter to the Editor: Abortion legal since Jan. 22, 1973


One of the saddest and most repetitive lessons in history is the fact that once a city, people or nation legalize or generally accept the open slaughter of innocent children their days are numbered. Many so called great civilizations have within thei...

Letter to the Editor: is it really an admirable thing? or is out of desperation?


I have provided foster care services for the State of Utah for the past 10 years. I have had many girls come and go with great success. Many of these girls have grown to be great young ladies....

Guest Editorial: Federal wilderness bill pushed by enviro groups draws heated opposition from Utah legislators


Utah Reps draw link between bills impact on energy production and support for terrorist-supporting foreign nations




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