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Opinion

Staff column: Politics destroy the ordered world


When I was a kid I admired the adult world and what it stood for. Of course I didn't always agree with the rules adults put down for me to follow, but for the most part I saw the grown up world in a light of order and logic....

The Wasatch Behind: a Sign Of the Times


Much has been said about the Nine Mile road the past couple of weeks and I would like to add a few thoughts of my own. Few people know that road better than me. For the past three years I've operated a tour company and I've taken people there from al...

Rantings and Ravings


I was riding my bike through town the other day and passed by a house as the lawn was being mowed. The smell of freshly cut grass sent long ago memories flooding through my brain. ...

Letter to the Editor: Random drug testing violates constitution


Many employers, including my own, are implementing random drug testing in the work place.

Letter to the Editor: Honoring barbeques


On May 26th I, like probably thousands of American Legionnaires around the nation, rose early dawned my Legion uniform and spent my morning performing honors to deceased veterans. Myself, nine other Legionnaires, and Sam Singleton's grandson performe...

Letter to the Editor: Unhappy?


In the 1980's when oil refiners announced they intended to enlarge their refineries to carry the anticipated increase fuel for the future, our congress was swamped with letters and appeals opposing that said plan. The letters came from environmental ...

Guest editorial: the American treasure of trail heritage


Today, on the 40th anniversary of the National Trails System Act, you will find me looking out on a footpath that leads past my house into the mountains, thinking about the age-old pull of America's historic trails....




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