|Published May 25, 2004|
could nuclear testing in Nevada happen again?
When I was a little kid I remember how I envied those that could stand on mesas above St. George and watch the nuclear tests go up in the far off desert north of Las Vegas. Living in Salt Lake, we didn't get to see such interesting stuff. At the time...
A Passion for Life
Hat's off to Price City Mayor Joe Piccolo, the city council and the entire city staff for being chosen as the one of the most livable small cities in the nation. Recently Price City was notified that it was to be selected to receive the Champion of I...
Letter to the Editor: Local comments are prime to the process
I'm sure that most readers of the Sun Advocate are aware of our country's energy demands and the need to locate, develop and deliver natural resources to the citizens of this great country. The more independent we can be, the less dependent we will b...
Letter to the Editor: Seat belts save lives
Traffic crashes are the leading cause of death from ages 2 to 20. When examining the fatalities, it is apparent that a large number of these deaths could have been prevented if drivers and passengers had simply buckled their safety belts....
Letter to the Editor: Cemetery care important
Recently I ordered flowers to be delivered to my mother's grave, Jennie Boria, for Mother's Day. Price Floral is so kind to send me a picture of the grave site with the flowers I ordered, placed on the grave....
Letter to the Editor: Aides will be given a fair chance
As a result of the news article concerning the Board of Education meeting of May 12 (School board fields funding, employee related issues, May 18, Sun Advocate) and the status of Teacher Aides at Sally Mauro Elementary, there appears to be some confu...
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