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Front Page » August 2, 2005 » Opinion
Published August 2, 2005


Issues are near the same everywhere

Over the past two weeks I have spent some very pleasant hours visiting a number of towns and cities, rural areas and suburban, in the great northwest. As I traveled from town to town I did what I normally do when on a trip; I bought a lot of communit...

Letter to the Editor: Reason for sign

I think I have the answer as to why the new 20 mph sign was installed in Columbia. They care for the people of Columbia. With roads that have dips and holes that have been there for over a year people could get hurt or wreck their car if they go fast...

Letter to the Editor: Who buys the coal?

Ever since the current labor dispute at Co-op Mine began, I have been curious to know who buys the coal produced there. Recently I found out that Aquila Inc., a power company in Missouri, was a customer of C.W. Mining. C.W. Mining has terminated the ...

Letter to the Editor: Action against job losses

In the July 27 issue of the Salt Lake Tribune there was an article about Ballard Medical Products of Draper, moving it's operations to Mexico. This move is being ordered by parent company Kimberly Clark. Kimberly Clark had 2004 sales totaling $15.1 b...

Letter to the Editor: Winter shut downs should be halted

Nine Mile Road which includes 35 miles in Carbon County was at one time on the state highway department road system. Then in 1969 they removed it from their system and told Carbon County they would be responsible for it. But very little state money w...

Letter to the Editor: Tad could Work

Media experts have repeated the myth that asymmetric warfare favors the "little guys" often enough for it to seem like fact. Sadly, we even accept the inevitability of terrorist attacks and the prospect that we can do little to prevent them. ...

Letter to the Editor: Health inspections

State funding for Environmental Health Services that require routine food inspections by the Utah Department of Health has been flat. These inspections include any business that dispenses food or drink; senior citizens centers, hospitals, hotels/mote...

Rantings and Ravings

I just got back from Phoenix, Ariz. Boy am I glad to be home. Of course, the heat was a killer. It was humid, too. But mostly I am glad to be home where I feel at home and there is a sense of rhyme and reason to my life....

Guest Editorial: Plame game an American odyssey at its worst

Judith Miller is an odd choice for the role of Joan of Arc in the farce that I like to call the Valerie Plame caper.

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