|Published July 28, 2009|
Staff column: They could go the way of the dodo
Nowadays I don't know what I would do without my ATV's.
Staff editorial: lunar exploration a reality
Looking back through the last 40 years, the Apollo Lunar landings really were the last achievement that can be defined as inspiring. While their astronomical costs in almost no way justified their scientific merits, that wasn't the point, the poi...
The Wasatch Behind: Cultural change, healthcare
"Things were a lot less complicated in the olden days," Uncle Spud said. "If we got sick we just called the doctor and he came to the house. If we didn't have the money to pay, we worked out a deal to give the Doc a couple a bucks or a dozen eggs...
Letter to the editor: Baseball moments captured on ball
Although I appreciate the kind words of Jimmy Lupo, a former Helper businessman now residing in Salt Lake City, in the article concerning his bout with polio (Trophy ball rewards player's fight to overcome polio, Sun Advocate, July 16, 2009) in 1...
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