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Published June 16, 2009


Staff column: Fuzzy boundaries and nice people

This past week southeastern Utah was rocked by the arrest of 19 people in Grand and San Juan counties concerning antiquity law violations. Many of the people arrested are prominent in their communities and very nice people according to citizens w...

The Wasatch Behind: Artifact armageddon

Anyone who has been to Lake Powell knows that San Juan County is dotted with Indian ruins. They are everywhere. People who live in the area discover artifacts in their travels as a matter of routine. Farmers find them in their fields, cowboys fin...

Guest editorial: Let's make a new, New Deal

FDR realized that, "People who are hungry and out of a job are the stuff of which dictatorships are made." Why do most economic policies run counter to this basic point?

Guest editorial: Radical liberal activist?

Shortly after President Obama nominated Sonia Sotomayor to a lifetime appointment to the Supreme Court, we heard Sotomayor's now famous words: The sentiment struck me as racist." ...

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