|Published June 14, 2011|
Rantings and Ravings
Sometimes there are some things that just need to be said again. I certainly try not to repeat myself as I write this column, but once in a while I find myself looking at an issue that just keeps resurfacing....
The Wasatch Behind: Why leprechauns walk tall
Darn, I should have been a scientist. There's money and humor in it. The National Science Foundation recently paid a biologist from a major university to do a study to find why humans walk on two legs. The results of the study were published in t...
Letter to the Editor: New piece of history
I am proud to say I attended the very first Light House High School graduation recently and witnessed a new piece of history being made in our school district.
Letter to the Editor: Cinco de Mayo
May 7, 2011 turned out to be a great day. It was the day of East Carbon's "El Cinco de Mayo." There was a hitch that took place, like no carnival, but the weather and the people cooperated with the celebration of the day at Viking Park. ...
Letter to the Editor: Deadline extended
I learned that the National Foundation For Women Legislators 2011Student Scholarship Program Essay Contest deadline has been extended to June 24, 2011. The topic is "The Impact of the First Amendment on Women Leaders and Social Media." The essay ...
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