What other people in Utah think is important to us
This past weekend I spent Saturday afternoon visiting with an old friend up north, and what I found there was a poor understanding of what is going on in Carbon County.
it's who you know
I remember one of my professors in college talking about "It's who you know," in reference to getting a job after graduation. Of course that was long before the Internet and most hiring back in those days, at least in Montana, often had connection wi...
Letter to the Editor: Who are these people?
Who are these people? The people who have been in national politics so long they believe they are entitled. Entitled to all truth, reason and dissention? They have become arrogant and irreverant and, in all appearances, are looking more like the sout...
Letter to the Editor: Ain't paid no rent
I was in the business of moving people's furniture for many years. As a result, I had many strange experiences.
Letter to the Editor: Pay attention
I just witnessed an accident below the Consumers turnoff. A car headed southbound hit a deer and went out of control spinning around and ending up northbound. I was northbound along with other vehicles not too far from that car when this happened. Yo...
Letter to the Editor: Comment on plan
The Bryce Canyon National Park's Utah Prairie Dog Resarch Activities Plan focus' on an attempt to get the Utah Prairie Dog listed on the Endangered Specie List.
Contact congress on WTO
The 1994 measure in which Congress approved membership in the World Trade Organization contained a provision allowing a vote for withdrawal every five years. In 2000, Congress did consider the matter, but a majority refused to take our nation out o...
Rep. Roscoe Bartlett (R-MD) has introduced a bill protecting the right of law-abiding Americans to use guns in self-defense.
Can't sue with reform
Corporate lobbyists have invented another new "crisis." It's called "Lawsuit Abuse," a big money effort to call attention to the "frivolous lawsuit crisis."