What to do about the Iranian threat?
I generally don't often comment on international affairs in this space, but sometimes I just see something that we all need to think about, because it could affect us so profoundly....
Rantings and Ravings
Many times when I write about our community I write about the good things that make us unique. But despite the fact that I really like living here there are a few things about this community that bug me....
The Wasatch Behind: Uncle Spud for president
"It's official," Uncle Spud said proudly, "today I'm announcing my candidacy for president."
Letter to the Editor: Set things straight
I am a resident of Sunnyside and have been since 1969, but before that I was a resident of Dragerton which is now East Carbon. In all the years of living here I have never been so angry at what is happening in our communities. I am not only a residen...
Letter to the Editor: No hope
Late last fall I had the opportunity to visit the once dying town of Deadwood, S.D., an old mining community that had seen better times but now rejuvenated. The state of South Dakota, some years back, allowed Deadwood to put in casinos, slot machines...
Letter to the Editor: What will it take?
Now that the first phase of the Carbonville Road is completed, I would like to discuss some problem areas.
Letter to the Editor: Still no commitment
According to figures from the state approximately $23.4 billion dollars worth of coal has been mined in Utah in the last 46 years. Most of this has come from Carbon and Emery Counties....
Letter to the Editor: Uncaring dog owners
I am writing this letter to all uncaring dog owners of Spring Glen.
Letter to the Editor: Abbey's characters not terrorists
In response to Tom McCourt's "Wasatch Behind" editorial on Jan.30 in the Sun Advocate.
Letter to the Editor: Need youth recreation improvement
I spoke to the Carbon County Commission on Feb. 7 and would like to share this with the public.
Letter to the Editor: Womens Potty Parity Act
In May of 2006 the New York City Council unanimously approved the Women's Restroom Equity Bill requiring all public facilities to uphold a two to one ration of toilets in the womens restrooms as opposed to the mens....