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Published November 9, 2004


Entertainment can come in the guise of an election

For some people general election time is a drag. They get tired of the endless ads, the campaign signs littering every highway and byway, and those who incessantly tell them it is their duty to go out and vote....

Signs of the times

I remember 25 years ago when I worked for the public relations department of a Montana University and it was important for us to know which articles were being printed in the various weekly and daily newspapers. We would send out hundreds of releases...

Letter to the Editor: Pass on the history

I first met Helen Papanikolas at the Woman's Conference at CEU. She gave a speech about the women of the mining towns of Carbon County. I laughed so hard, the stories were so wonderful, and she made proud the history of this place....

Letter to the Editor: Old growth folly

In January 2001 in of one the last acts President Bill Clinton made he designated nearly 60 million acres of national forests lands off limits for logging and to new road construction. Clinton's action reversed decades of federal land management of o...

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