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Published November 6, 2007

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Staff editorial: Voting is a fought for, bloody privilege


If you are reading this there is a good chance that by now you have already voted in the 2007 election.

Rantings and Ravings


Today is voting day. In our area we don't have too much to vote for in this off season election except for a few spots on local municipalities and the biggie; Proposition one.

The Wasatch Behind: Honoring Veterans Day


Three years ago this month, Jeannie and I were at a large national convention in a swanky hotel in Salt Lake City. The huge ballroom was completely filled with people as the master of ceremonies proposed a toast to all of the war veterans present. He...

Letter to the Editor: I Am Not that Person


After reading the Sun Advocate on Oct. 10, 2007 and glancing through the district court news, I realized that I am sometimes confused with a person that appears in that section. Although the last name is spelled slightly different than mine, the publ...

Letter to the Editor: Radon dangerous to home dwellers


On Sunday night Extreme Makeover: Home Edition featured the Miller family from Wyoming, the Radon problem in their home, and how to eliminate it. In the show they blew up the house with explosives. ...

Letter to the Editor: Confusion can reign


When public schools instruct in sexual mechanics, void of moral social, and spiritual implications, they are teaching our children those things, which, if misused, can destroy their happiness, their characters and their lives....

Letter to the Editor: How silly can they get?


The arguments being put forward by those pushing the voucher proposal are almost laughable. "Liberal," Ted Kennedy," "Oreo cookies," on and on. How silly can they get?

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