|Published January 13, 2004|
Setting a community resolution for the new year
Every year at this time a million columnists in a million newspapers will write something about New Years resolutions. Some of those columns will be funny and some serious. But almost all will be about how individuals either will or won't keep their ...
How many times have we sat around reminiscing about how outrageous the costs of today's services are or how things have changed from the good old days? I don't do it often but every once in a while I catch myself talking about how I felt or how someo...
Letter to the Editor: Doctors put patient first
On October 7, a gas main ruptured outside George Washington University Hospital in Washington, D.C. The resulting street fire forced the evacuation of hundreds of patients, physicians and nurses from the hospital. Cardio thoracic surgeon Bryan Steinb...
Letter to the Editor: Takes issue with response
With all due respect to Walt Borla (Letters to the Editor, Cec. 23) if he will go back and read my letter and not just emote over it, he will find that my comparison was of the casualties we sustained in the pacification of Germany and Japan after VE...
Letter to the Editor: We stand to lose what is dear
Well, he scored again. Only this time he really scored a big one. Who? You know, the same guy that said to Kane, "Go ahead, bump off your brother, he thinks he is so much better than you and no one will know."...
Letter to the Editor: State needs to commit to timetable
With regard to the Highway 6, the state needs to commit to a master plan of making the road four lanes, full length, within a reasonable timetable for completion.
Letter to the Editor: Need to evaluate power company
With the recent deluge of the most welcome snow, the weather created power outages to over 70,000 Utah Power & Light Company customers. Going into the fourth day, as I write this, there is still over 2,500 customers without power. ...
Letter to the Editor: Secularism has failed
This letter is in response to the guest editorial by Kimberly Blaker entitled "Religious reshaping of America" (Sun Advocate Dec 23.) I'm afraid Ms. Blaker is misinformed about the history of the United States and the meaning of the First Amendment t...
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