|Published August 16, 2005|
U.S. 6 Lifeline is Tenuous and Fragile
It's something we cuss and complain about. Many of us often hate to use it and when we do, some of us have near death experiences upon it. We have maligned it, and realigned it. We have spent countless hours, and almost as many dollars trying to impr...
Letter to the Editor: Stay the course
In regards to the Salt Lake Tribune's opinion piece "A governor's voice: Huntsman must act to protect Utah's outdoor treasures" that appeared on Aug. 10, I must respond.
Letter to the Editor: Should protest the war
My heart and soul totally empathizes with the angry, bitter mother who's son was recently killed in Iraq who is now picketing at Bush's Texas ranch demanding that Bush account for and justify why her son and the 1,850 plus other Americans have died u...
Letter to the Editor: Pull together for benefits
Public records show that there are 12,779 military retirees in Utah, of which 5,594 of them are over the age of 65. These are folks who were promised free medical and dental health care for them and their dependents for life if they would spend 20+ y...
Rantings and Ravings
The closure of Highway 6 last week forced me to take an unexpected detour to catch a plane. With a choice of two ways to go around the closure, I chose to drive up through Indian Canyon and through Heber. I left shortly after the closure so the traff...
Thank God for the bomb
On the evening of August 16, 1945, my father, my eight-months pregnant mother and my grandfather went to the Municipal Pier in St. Petersburg, Fla., to dance in celebration of the news that Japan had agreed to surrender. My father, a Merchant Marine ...
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