|Published April 22, 2008|
Guest editorial: the real meaning of Earth Hour
On the evening of Saturday, March 29, cities around the world turned off their lights for one hour to "raise" awareness about global warming. In observation of Earth Hour, iconic landmarks such as the Sears Tower and the Sydney Opera House went dark,...
The Wasatch Behind: Blowin' in the wind
"I just came back from SLOP (Salt Lake, Orem, Provo)," Uncle Spud said, "and I see they're putting in a big air-conditioning unit there in the mouth of Spanish Fork Canyon."
Rantings and Ravings
It finally got warm on Monday of last week. It didn't last long, as the cold and wind came back with a vengeance on Tuesday. But Monday I was warm and happy.
Guest editorial: an alternative to food stamps
The economy is bad. What do you think of when you hear this? That's easy, right? It means fewer jobs, rising unemployment, a mortgage crisis this time around and people shopping less. Maybe you've been shopping less, too, but for those who are financ...
Letter to the Editor: Parkway tyranny
I have walked and run on parkways across the country including Durango, Fort Collins and Colorado Springs, Colo., Chicago, Ill., Portland, Ore., Salt Lake City and Boston, Mass., and I have never seen a ban on dogs utilizing these facilities. ...
Letter to the Editor: Someone said
Someone said about Eastern Europe during the 1940's.
Letter to the Editor: no net impact?
Eastern Utah newspaper readers reading the "No Net Impact" ads by the well developer may wonder if they are talking about the same Nine Mile Canyon that we know and love.
Letter to the Editor: Piece meal funding
With 800 new wells projected for the West Tavaputs Oil and Gas field, in addition to the thousand or so already producing in this area, the State of Utah will have a massive revenue bonanza with related severance taxes and many other tax multipliers....
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