|Published June 1, 2004|
Residents need to get going on their comments
It seems there is never enough time in the day to do everything I want to and I am sure that others have the same problem. But there is one thing we should all do before this week is out and that is to comment on the Environmental Assessment (EA) tha...
More hats than ever
Every since the mid-to-late 1980s when the threat of the cold war ended, communities began to store their emergency plans in the back room filing cabinet. But following 9-11 these plans began to surface and now, over two years later there isn't a day...
Letter to the Editor: Ask elected officials to rectify injustices
The United States of America is the most powerful and prosperous nation on earth. Our government thinks nothing of spending hundreds of billions of dollars on waging war, and helping other nations, yet shows no empathy towards over a million of our r...
Letter to the Editor: Designation not right
I have for the last 10 months read with dismay and disgust the continuous extreme environmental assault on the development of our Nine Mile Canyon gas field.
Letter to the Editor: Principal of deception lives on
The ultimate cost of war is almost always the loss of liberty. Although true defensive wars and revolutionary wars against tyrants may establish a free society, as did our war against the British, those wars are rare. Most wars are unnecessary, dange...
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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