|Published April 27, 2004|
A Diet in the Family Affects Everyone Who Belongs
As some of you that read my column know, and others of you that use it for lining your bird cage are about to learn, I have been on a low fat diet since last June when my doctor's nurse called me one morning and told me if I didn't change the way I a...
Mentor to many
I met Helen Oliveto Smith the second day I was in Price back in 2001 at a Chamber of Commerce luncheon and have watched in amazement the number of people touched by this lady. She has literally worked in the family business, Oliveto's Fine Furniture ...
Letter to the Editor: Nothing wrong with Carbon's image as it is
I use the word "we" in this letter because no matter where you live, if you're from Carbon County, you're from Carbon County.
Letter to the Editor: Without secure borders
The terrorist attacks of September 11, 2003 have heightened America's awareness of border security. Illegal immigration is a serious problem, but one that can be solved if our elected officials take appropriate steps to stop the invading force from t...
Letter to the Editor: Handling of open positions unfair
I am writing today to express my frustration with the employment situation in this town. Jobs are listed all the time in the help wanted section of the newspaper, or listed on the boards at Workforce Services. Yet it seems that so often they not fil...
Letter to the Editor: Pool closure not what public wants
Carbon county residents have been enjoying the Helper pool for over 65 years. Many of us, who have fond memories of swimming at the Helper pool, are now continuing that tradition and bringing our children, some their grandchildren, to swim. Jodi Masc...
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