|Published October 12, 2004|
Bonfire lights up the fact we don't have it so bad
As I stood there with the glow on my face and the warmth of the expiring wood in the large fire by the side of 100 North, I looked around and saw kids from the community taking it all in. The evening was cool, but not cold, yet hundreds of high scho...
"I came here last year and found these canyons, and they felt like the heart of the world to me," John Otto wrote in 1907. "I'm going to stay and promote this place because it should be a national park." Otto lived alone out in the wild and desolate...
Letter to the Editor: Voting counts
My small town of Scofield has always had an extremely high voter turnout rate. I am proud of that. It is important that everyone casts their vote. But just showing up and placing your vote isn't enough in this election. Now more than ever before it i...
Letter to the Editor: Using intimidation
Intimidation is used to persuade or dissuade by frightening. It is also used to created a feeling of fear, awe, or inadequacy in somebody. From medieval Latin intimidiare, literally "to put in fear," from Latin timidus "fearful."...
Letter to the Editor: Bashing not the way
In the first presidential debate, I was hoping to hear two things.
Letter to the Editor: Fiscal responsibility
If I have a budget of $400 dollars for the month and write checks for $2000, that puts me in the hole $1600. Who has to pay this off? I do.
Letter to the Editor: Both points of view
I would like say I appreciate your efforts to represent both political ends of the spectrum fairly. Please continue doing it, and keep making efforts to be better as there really are readers who appreciate it....
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