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Published February 20, 2007


Tragic events seldom offer closure

It's been over a week now since an 18 year old man shot up Trolley Square, killed and wounded nine people and then lost his own life in a hail of bullets.

Rantings and Ravings

Our legislative session is drawing to an end. I want to thank those who e-mailed me asking how to get involved in the process. I hope you followed through.

The Wasatch Behind: Spud's political platform

"Well, here it is," Uncle Spud smiled proudly, "I have my platform all written up for my bid to be president."

Letter to the Editor: Defends program

This letter is in response to Andy Barnett's letter to the editor (Feb. 13, Sun Advocate).

Letter to the Editor: 'Excited' about prospects

I am a public school teacher who is now extremely excited about vouchers. I have taught for 30 years in the state of Utah at a salary lower than most teachers in the nation. Now I can start my own private schools and more than double my salary in a s...

Letter to the Editor: Program one of best

Andy Barnett, in a letter to the editor in the Feb. 13 Sun Advocate, stated that he thinks Carbon County needs to do a better job with its youth recreation programs.

Letter to the Editor: Just change the year

The Utah Legislature is considering House Bill 273 that would amend the state's clean indoor air act, thereby allowing the smoke free implementation date for fraternal organizations to be pushed from 2007 to 2009....

Letter to the Editor: Support the chamber

The Carbon County Chamber of Commerce article that appeared in the Sun Advocate on Feb. 8 was very good.

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....

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