|Published February 24, 2009|
Guest column: A report from the legislative house
The 2009 legislature has reached its halfway point. It is a very interesting experience. It has been a different type of legislature for all of us, new and old legislators; every time we thought we had the budget tied down news of a new shortfal...
Letter to the editor: Government for who?
We have all been impacted in some way by the methane gas development in this area. Some areas, such as Kenilworth, have been impacted more than other areas. But Kenilworth has not been impacted by the drilling as much as we have been impacted by ...
Letter to the editor: Not that much different
After wrongly complaining in a recent letter to the editor that I had been untruthful in my presentation to Emery County Public Land Council about wilderness, Wade Allinson (Letters to the editor, Sun Advocate, Feb. 17, 2009) stumbled on some key...
Letter to the editor: Get your facts straight
The relocation of Japanese from our west coast during World War II was not a drak day in history (as noted in the article "World War II game a unique event of its time," Sun Advocate, Feb. 17) . ...
The Wasatch Behind: The ultimate bailout
"Get president Obama on the phone," Uncle Spud hollered from his cluttered desk in the back room. "I've been crunching some numbers here and I've come up with a plan to solve all of our problems."...
Guest editorial: Energy and economy
Certainty. It's hard to come by in the best of times, but nearly impossible to find in challenging economic times like these.
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