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Published September 30, 2003

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Responsibility for school costs should fall on users


A recent report that American School and University Magazine released on the growth in Amerca of public school districts, points out some very interesting things about the state of Utah's school system....

Americans continue to give to others


In spite of the slow economy Americans are more generous than ever.

Letter to the Editor: One nation under God


Throughout most of human history, progress has been driven primarily by religion, by man's desire to glorify the Almighty. All of the advances in limited government that prepared the way for the founding of America came about as men in the various Eu...

Letter to the Editor: Conferences can aide in handling problems


I recently attended the "Annual Resource Conference" for children with special health care needs, such as Fragile X, and Seizure Disorders. The conference was presented by the Southeastern Utah Health District at CEU and put together by Mae Aguayo....

Letter to the Editor: Paper has given soldiers good support


On September 25 the 1457th Engineer Battalion, Company A, were honored to have a video telephone conference for the soldiers and their families in the Price Armory. Richard Shaw, a reporter with the Sun Advocate was asked by one family to be included...

Letter to the Editor: Don't sock it to the old folks


I hope all senior citizens and Utah special fun tag holders will please read this and contact the Governor, legislative representatives and the Utah State of Parks.

Letter to the Editor: Kane commissioners are patriots


The five leading daily newspapers printed in Utah have run their editorial comments or articles in large print with bold highlighted lettering making their articles an attention catcher to their readers. Their bold written articles, with a definite a...

Utah schools left behind


As we start another school year, I am troubled by news from across our state about the implementation of the No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB). The concepts and ideas behind this federal education reform legislation remain just as good as they were tw...

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