|Published May 18, 2004|
History tells of a states rights to regulate its land
July 4, 1776. Thirteen British colonies declared that they would no longer be subject to the " unwarrantable jurisdiction" of a monarchal government two thousand miles distant. They did not ask for independence nor was it granted. They declared it! A...
A Passion for Life
The last thing I normally like to do on a Friday night is attend a work-related event, but there are times when I feel I need to represent the newspaper and such was the case last week when I covered the Dino Feast at the College of Eastern Utah. I ...
Letter to the Editor: Money that is going to the wrong place
A couple of days ago I got a call on the phone and the man said, "I'm calling for your local radio station. We are making up a high school sports schedule. We assume that you support your high school sports." I said, "Hold on a second, where are you ...
Letter to the Editor: Should be proud of what we have done
When I grew up I remember one of the games we played as children was called "Army". A few or more of us would form up into two different sides, the Germans and the Americans. The Americans were the good guys. The Germans were the bad guys. I don't re...
Letter to the Editor: Who could stoop so low?
I am a very angry mother! On Saturday before Mother's Day, I took a beautiful live potted plant full of beautiful flowers to my daughter's grave for Mother's Day. Monday afternoon I returned to the cemetery to find it gone. Stolen! It was too heavy f...
Letter to the Editor: Help the county, not hurt it
Nine Mile gas drilling is allright. The Bureau of Land Management was very good and flexible with the go ahead they gave to the Bill Barrett Company to drill and produce gas in Nine Mile Canyon area....
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