|Published November 25, 2003|
More public input needed in commissions decision
In a pure democracy we as citizens would have the opportunity to vote on every issue, from whether our town would raise dog licenses by $5 or if our country was going to war. But that's not the way it works. We have a representative type of democracy...
A Time for Thanksgiving
Over the past few weeks from my back porch in Spring Glen I have watched the geese fly overhead, I have watched the last bright leaves tumble from the fruit trees into the garden, the air has turned crisp, clear and cold. My flower beds now look forl...
Letter to the Editor: Americans or turkeys?
It was October in the year of our Lord, 1621. The pilgrims had suffered the sickness and hunger of the winter of 1620 which cost the lives of nearly half of the people that had come to this new world on the Mayflower....
Letter to the Editor: Why the high prices
During the past two weeks two identical articles have been printed in the Sun Advocate indicating how the average price of regular unleaded gasoline has been dropping throughout Utah and the nation, with the average price in various cities in Utah be...
Letter to the Editor: Jalopies for kids meets needs
The Sun Advocate's article of "Developing youth talents reduces likelihood of negative behavior" on Nov. 11, 2003 is exactly what the Kingsmen Drag Strip Association's "Jalopies for Kids" program is all about....
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