|Published December 16, 2008|
Staff column: Speaking Carbonese to the laymen
"That was a lot funner than I thought it would be," I commented to a friend of mine as we returned from a trip to an undisclosed location with undisclosed people.
The Wasatch Behind: A letter to baby Jesus
Every year at Christmastime we write letters to Santa, but this year I thought I'd do something different. Since we celebrate the birth of baby Jesus, I decided to address my letter to Him. Some of you atheists, agnostics, and willful non-believe...
Guest editorial: Can retreads get us out
These are confusing times. Hardly a day goes by without yet another huge company getting the promise of a big government check. Twenty-five billion here, 100 billion there, a trillion on the way and, to paraphrase Sen. Everett Dirksen (former se...
Letter to the editor: Support Helper museum
As many people in the community now know, I have resigned my position as Director of the Western Mining and Railroad Museum. I feel that I was forced to do this by Helper City, but that is not what this letter is about....
Letter to the editor: Councilman comments
As a member of the Helper City Council, I am writing this letter to explain to the people of Helper City, and Carbon County, my leaving the building committee for the expansion of the Western Mining and Railroad Museum in Helper. I have held the ...
Letter to the editor: Beyond comprehension
It is totally beyond my comprehension and reasoning ability to try to understand how a totally bizarre fictional romance between a supposedly normal girl (Bella), and a supposed vampire, (Edward), has taken the country, and especially Utah by sto...
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