|Published February 23, 2010|
Letters to the editor: Saddened by passing
I was saddened to read about Guido Rachiele's passing. I remember him as a friendly, cheerful man working in his grocery store.
Letters to the editor: Smell the coffee
As one old enough to recall the character assassinations directed towards President Franklin D. Roosevelt and his administration during the 1930s I see the same snide, crude remarks being made today against President Barack Obama....
Letters to the editor: As long as it takes
The fact that protecting Utah's rural economy is bringing attention to myself, apparently to the displeasure of Ms. Houskeeper, Mr. Miller and Ms. Tanner proves the point that those of us who don't rely on government grants, philanthropic donatio...
Guest editorial: Now it's the middle of the session
The legislature has reached its midpoint, we are having longer and more frequent floor time where we listen to bills and either pass or defeat the bills. The Natural Resources Standing Committee has been very busy listening to bills and passing m...
The Wasatch Behind: Unhealty Carbon County
Well folks, it's official. Carbon County is the unhealthiest place to live in Utah. The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the University of Wisconsin did the study, so we know it must be true. They ranked Morgan County as healthiest in the state...
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