|Published November 12, 2002|
be careful of holiday scam artists
Every once in a while it's necessary to remind our readers of the various scams that are played upon the uninitiated by the criminals of this world. There have always been scams but its seems with the advance of the internet and increased technology...
Rural traditions will include change
Most people have heard of the cabin syndrome. The cabin syndrome says that often people will buy a piece of property out in the country, build themselves a little bit of heaven and then try to keep everyone else from doing the same thing on the prop...
Worker rights not obstacle to security
According to President George W. Bush and the gang of union busters in his administration, the American people cannot trust union members to assist in the war against terrorism....
Letter to the Editor: Medical liability crisis affects us all
According to the American Medical Association (AMA), at least a dozen states currently face serious medical liability crises, largely fueled by an ultra-litigious cultural mind set and jury awards jumping by more than 70 percent (to an average of $3....
Letter to the Editor: Gerrymandering didn't work
Despite the outrageous "gerrymandering" of Congressional District 2 in Utah and the infusion of $250,000 into the campaign of his opponent during the last two weeks of the campaign, Congressman Jim Matheson managed to retain his seat in Congress, ho...
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