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Published January 6, 2004


Letting the Wasatch Front know who we really are

It's easy to sit out here in eastern Utah and whine about how we are mistreated by the people and politicians on the other side of the mountain.

Another beginning

Having enjoyed a skiing vacation with my sons and sitting in a vehicle driving for about 40 hours over the holidays I have many new ideas for my column. You can't imagine where my mind takes me sometimes while I am driving....

Letter to the Editor: Compromise is not an option

This is in response to a letter to the editor you printed containing some so-called "facts" about wilderness. ("Facts Support Wilderness", Sun Advocate, December 16, 2003.)

Letter to the Editor: Bones can be happy

In our country people are allowed to voice opinions on any subject without fear of repercussion. Such it is with the war in Iraq. We argue about whether we should be there, if we were justified in going in the first place, and if our actions in Iraq ...

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