|Published February 17, 2009|
Staff editorial: A point of view on civil disobedience
In December University of Utah student Tim DeChristopher, who claims he is an environmental activist, stood up in bid sessions for gas and oil leases on federal land administered by the Bureau of Land Management and placed an advance for properti...
Rantings and Ravings
For a state that was touting less than a year ago that it was pretty recession proof, we are struggling. I know that here in Carbon county, the push is to keep a frame of mind that things are pretty good. In the scheme of things it does seem lik...
Letter to the editor: See the error
Recently the Planned Parenthood Action Council sent out a petition for people to sign. They want permission to teach our children in school to be protected from teen pregnancy and sexually transmitted disease....
Letter to the editor: The good deals
It was very nice for Scott Groene, executive director of SUWA to once again give us a reminder about the lies and half truths he represents.
Guest editorial: Stimulus bill bad on roads
While the stimulus bill includes many good provisions, such as investments in wind and solar energy, it also contains funding for massive environmental destruction and climate change-causing infrastructure like highways....
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