|Published July 1, 2008|
Staff column: Noise: In the ears of the beholder
It was a pleasant June night, with a slight breeze blowing and the moon in full bloom as Ronny and Zelda slept in their small house, dreaming pleasant dreams.
The Wasatch Behind: A national land lottery
I think the Navajos got it right. When you drive across the reservation you see they live dispersed from one another. They are not town people.They live on isolated little farmsteads scattered all across the desert. There is usually a mile or more be...
Rantings and Ravings
Rising fuel costs are affecting everything around us. It is not just the price of what it takes you to fill up your tank, but we are also paying more for just about everything. ...
Letter to the editor: Let our economy grow
One of the important parts of economic growth in Carbon County is the OK for oil and gas drilling in Nine Mile Canyon to continue. These operations, along with the coal mines, keep the economy going....
Letter to the editor: Thieves among us
This is written to the weasels who went into my garage on June 16, 2008 and stole my Honda generator.
Letter to the editor: Liberty
June 30, 2008 may be remembered in history as the day Americans began, in earnest, the moral and solemn process of holding their (servant) government accountable to the Constitution. That happened under threat of withdrawal of allegiance, support and...
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