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Published September 19, 2006


Just like a modern day barn raising

In the early days and into the early part of the 20th century, rural Americans spent a lot of time working with their neighbors on various projects. Whether it be to round up cattle that were spread out over the range or to bring in the harvest on a ...

The Wasatch Behind: Butch Cassidy writes again

Just a note to let you know that me and Sundance are doing okay. We've been working as river guides all summer taking tourists down the Colorado River in those big rubber rafts. It's been a lot of fun, but we're getting too old for some of that stuff...

Letter to the Editor: County can handle it

An article on June 8 in the Sun Advocate regarding the coal mining surge was great.

Letter to the Editor: Only one allegiance

Recently the British Intelligence shut down an attempted dry practice run by Muslim citizens of England which was correlated with American Intelligence possibly involving Muslim Americans giving financial help to the plan. This operations was a dry r...

Rantings and Ravings

It is Sunday morning and I am sitting here at my computer with every joint in my body aching.

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