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Published December 24, 2002


Skiing adventures of an old publisher

I once heard that a skier is a person who pays an arm and a leg for the opportunity to break them and skis are a pair of long, thin, flexible runners that permit skiers to slide across the snow and into debt....

Owens was the genuine article

It was 1972, I was a 20 year old college student at the University of Utah, not far from my high school experience at Murray High, and not to far into any kind of career except having fun and trying to get through school. It was a year that changed m...

Imports are killing dairy farms

Never, not even in the Great Depression, after adjusting for inflation have farm milk prices been so low. Family farms are being destroyed, but that's nothing new. "Well, they didn't save the Mom and Pop grocery store, why save the family farm?" many...

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