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Published October 7, 2008

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Staff editorial: What was the governor thinking?


For many of us baby boomers, being able to ride down the rode in a nice car on a sunny afternoon listening to the Stones play "Satisfaction" is pretty good stuff. Even better, we might be able to take a trail ride on our ATV while listening to th...

The Wasatch Behind: Bending the numbers


I got a call from Uncle Spud last week. He was excited about the prospect of a taxpayer bailout. You remember, the idea that the trillion-dollar corporate bailout money should be given to the taxpayers to pay off their mortgages instead of handed...

Guest editorial: Missile shield goof


Reports of Russia lobbing SS-21 ballistic missiles at Georgia only underlined what missile defense supporters took from Iran's series of missile tests earlier this summer: there is a missile threat, and the United States missile defense system ...

Letter to the editor: Virtual virtuosity


The end of the season Culture Connection presentation, double piano recital presentation, was indeed a spectacular, sparkling event. A rare combination of piano virtuosity and well chosen piano showpieces delighted an appreciative audience. ...

Letter to the editor: Shall we drop ports, or what?


I see where the school board is contemplating dropping some sports at Carbon High School. Why doesn't that surprise me? Look at the record.

Letter to the editor: No spectacular crashes


When watching the Presidential debate a couple of Fridays ago the roles the participants played became obvious to me. Senator Obama was the student returning home from his first year of college and explaining to his father, whom he is now smart...

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