|Published March 20, 2007|
Grave mistakes are often not that bad
After my father died almost a year ago, I decided that the gravestone he had purchased for both he and my mother, who had passed away in 1991, was not adequate enough to honor what I consider to be two of the best parents who ever lived. So I decided...
Rantings and Ravings
Another Saturday night and the parade of cars heading up Wood Hill is visible from my house. I see them when the weather begins to warm up until the weather cools back down. During the school year it happens on Friday and Saturday nights. During t...
The Wasatch Behind: the Rocky road to peace
Last weekend, Utah's famous flower child, Rocky Anderson, mayor of Salt Lake City and self-appointed conscience of the intermountain west, spoke at several anti-war rallies in our nation's capitol. The TV people loved it. Rocky railed against the war...
Letter to the Editor: a Vote Against Freedom
Freedom of education or freedom from forced childhood indoctrination by public school's religions (i.e. atheism, anti-God, homosexuality, secular humanism, abortion rights and a whole host of other ultra liberal extremist agendas and beliefs) is why ...
Letter to the Editor: Waste of money
The road project in Helper's north intersection was a terrible choice of the UDOT engineers to approve.
Letter to the Editor: What part of no don't you understand?
I am a co-sponsor of a petition for putting the Real Salt Lake Stadium bill up for ballot vote via the referendum process.
Letter to the Editor: Great benefit and performance
The fifth annual talent show sponsored by the Castleview Hospitial's Relay for Life benefit was held on Valentines Day at the Price Civic auditorium.
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