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Published August 5, 2008


Staff column: Anniversary of sadness in Carbon

Tomorrow it will be a year since the deadliest mine accident in our area since the Wilberg disaster in 1984 struck our minds and hearts with horrific force.

Rantings and Ravings

So it looks like the public might have decided $4 a gallon gas is too much to pay.

The Wasatch Behind: The Beijing thing

On 08-08-08 the summer Olympics will be held in Beijing, the capital city of Communist Red China.

Letter to the editor: What happened to this town?

The old saying says: "Take life with a grain of salt." But you know, it leaves a pretty foul taste in your mouth when you have to eat the contents of the whole shaker at once.

Guest column: FEMA: Emergencies aren't us

Martha Kegel thought she'd seen it all - the horror of the flooding of New Orleans, the callousness and incompetence of George Bush's response, the scandal of people still left homeless three years after the storm. Then she learned something that tru...

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