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Published April 1, 2008

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Staff column: Dirty jobs are anything but romantic


There is a popular television series called Dirty Jobs with a man named Mike Rowe that appears on cable television every week. In this series he works with and around people who have some of the most disgusting and hard jobs to do, in the most diffic...

The Wasatch Behind: Did you hear about this?


Last week the Office of Governmental Reports on the Environment (OGRE) released a top-secret report to selected members of congress. The report was the summary of a 10 year study conducted by the Soil and Fungus Division (SFD) of the Environmental Pr...

Rantings and Ravings


In the midst of all the depressing news about war, global warming, the economy and the election was a feel good story about a group of college students that participated in an alternative spring break project. The focus of the project was to travel,...

Letter to the Editor: Issues a done deal


I give kudos to Richard Shaw for his March 25, 2008 (Sun Advocate) editorial "Public meetings are not only for the few." The public does in fact need to come out in force and let our public officials know we are concerned and want to know what is goi...

Letter to the Editor: First letter


This is the first letter to the editor I have ever written, but I feel so strongly about the following that I was compelled to write it.

Letter to the Editor: Pointing fingers


Last week on the evening news broadcast from Salt Lake City, the names of those police officers who had their POST Certification revoked were broadcast from everyone to see and hear. We feel we cannot sit back and not voice our opinion regarding on...

Letter to the Editor: Special interests


Congressman Maurice Hinchey's (D-NY) rebuttal to wilderness should serve as stark reminder of the arrogance of eastern politicians beholden to special interests.

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