|Published February 9, 2010|
Letters to the editor: Think placement poor
We would like to comment on the story about Melissa Andreini in the Tuesday, Jan. 26, 2010 edition of the Sun Advocate.
Letters to the editor: Then give up help
After reading Richard Shaw's superb column "Government out of lives problematic" (Sun Advocate, Feb. 2, 2010), I am hoping the people of Carbon County who are the tea baggers will be informed of how involved in the government they are....
Letters to the editor: We need a voice
The president of P.U.R.E , Eric Mainord wrote of "The Watchers," on Jan. 19, 2010 (Letters to the editor, Sun Advocate). In trying to bring "important points" to the Nine Mile Coalition, brought some superlatively outlandish attention to himself....
Letters to the editor: Set the record straight
First let me express my admiration for those individuals that feel strongly about preserving the integrity of Nine-Mile Canyon! In fact, I count myself as one of those individuals. ...
Letters to the editor: Treated no differently
One of the largest budget items to be addressed by the state legislature this year is the funding shortfall of the Utah Retirement System. The pension benefits for those employed in the public sector are becoming an issue in throughout the nation...
Will public stand up for information?
When was it ever said, in integrity, that the public does not deserve to know their governments business?
Don't ask, don't tell
It wasn't a surprise. Our President wants to end the "don't ask, don't tell" policy and allow homosexuals to serve "openly" in the U.S. military. He said it last month during his state of the union address. Most of us didn't see it because Obama ...
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