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Utah enjoys low electricity rates by Rich Walje


The men and women who work at Rocky Mountain Power are proud to provide electric service to Utah. We've provided safe, reliable, reasonably priced electricity to our customers for nearly 100 years. That foundation of long experience helps us plan for...

Letters to the Editor: The Destroying Angel aka Bureau of Land Management


The BLM is planning to close 172 abandoned mines in the San Rafael Swell. The explanation is that they are trying to "protect you from yourself by this action because you are unable to do so". Their words...to improve public safety, reduce the risk o...

Letters to the Editor: Comments to BLM on mine closures


Please accept my public comments on the proposed closure of 172 abandoned mines in the San Rafael Swell into the official record.

Letters to the Editor: The cost of illegal immigrants


The recent conference of community leaders discussing illegal immigration accented "mercy" toward 13-20 million lawbreakers requiring yearly $113 Billion in federal funds for health, education, incarceration plus $453 Million Utah tax funds for 150...

Letters to the Editor: On Solar cookers


One third of the world's population depends on diminishing supplies of firewood to cook their food. This is not sustainable. It leads to deforestation, which leads to less oxygen and more global warming. It also cuts into quality family time as women...

Legislative report by Christine Watkins


Tuesday we will receive the new tax revenue update. The Minority Leadership Team will meet with Governor Herbert that morning. It will be interesting to get the governor's take on the numbers and start the "real" budgeting process. ...

Family-friendly films earn the most money at box office


An annual box office analysis by a Christian conservative group has found that the most family-friendly movies with the most inspiring, cleanest content earn the most money at the box office and on home video. ...




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