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Staff Editorial: Yes, Virginia, the legislature tried to kill GRAMA

Having spent much of last week fighting at the state capitol with some pretty formidable foes about the Government Records Access Management Act (GRAMA) I couldn't help be upset Saturday morning as I stood in line at an undisclosed location in Carbon...

Letters to the editor: Focus on local decisions

There has been a lot of talk lately about the Obama Administration's Wild Lands Policy known as Secretarial Order #3310.

Letters to the editor: Excellent performance

Run, don't walk to the Rio Theater in Helper to see "The Price". After seeing it I felt as though I owed them money, like my ticket just wasn't enough for something that good! ...

Letters to the editor: No foreign influence

The Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance has been in the news a lot recently, and there is little doubt that they are a powerful organization, but who are they?

The Wasatch Behind: Illegal good intentions

"Gee, I feel so bad for little Timmy DeChristopher," my ecology-minded friend, Crystal Biotica, said. For those of you who don't know, Crystal is the twin sister of Crypto Biotica, a famous soil specialist for the environmental movement. ...

Guest column: Last week of the legislature

The 2011 Legislative session will be over on March 10th at midnight. Monday was the last day for the House to debate and vote on House bills. The last three days are for Senate bills on the House floor. ...

Staff column: Times change: GRAMA needs modernization

We're big fans of Mark Twain around here. So it is with some trepidation that we ignore some of his most popular advice which is to "never pick a fight with a man who buys his ink by the barrel."...

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