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Staff Column: Laying still no easy task for the antsy

I was told I couldn't do it. No way, no how. Never.

Rantings and Ravings

So another Labor Day has come and gone. Summer's official close. For our community, Labor Day held a special poignancy this season as we cope with the loss of so many coal miners....

The Wasatch Behind: Helmsley's millionaire mutt

"Good grief," Uncle Spud sputtered as he peeked over the top of his newspaper. "Leona Helmsley left 12-million dollars to her dog."

Letter to the Editor: a Battle with Nature

In the production of coal, men do battle with nature every day. This fight allows the rest of us to enjoy a quality of life never before achieved by mankind. Accordingly, the men owning and working in the mines have to reach a level of professionali...

Letter to the Editor: Energy independence

As Congress returns from its summer recess, there is a matter being considered that will impact all of eastern Utah.

Letter to the Editor: Great county baseball

Youth baseball activity locally ended early last month with the completion of the state American Legion tournament in Kearns. Local enthusiasts can certainly look back with pride on the 2007 season....

Letter to the Editor: Letter to the governor

I am writing this letter to Governor Huntsman to let him know my thoughts on what he has recently stated, how the media is reporting and the intentions of the unions regarding the devastating incident that occurred at the Crandall Canyon Mine....

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