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“Oh no, David has been watching Star Trek again.”

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It’s a convoluted and confusing world we live in today. A long time ago, when I was young, we had the fairness doctrine, which forced broadcasters to use one hour of their daily programming for the public good, and that hour was the news. Not infotainment for profit, but actual reporting tha…

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Last week Rep. Chris Stewart hosted a town hall discussion in a room packed with policy makers, law enforcement, educators and others.

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Between working full-time jobs and having overtimechildren, sometimes it’s difficult to enjoy a quiet time with one’s spouse.

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With all the propaganda in globalist controlled Common Core Media, I can see we have great issues and confusion that has produced chaos on many levels in America and the world. About 100 years ago, a Leninist group created the National Education Association with the goal of over-throwing Ame…

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I was making a quick trip into Lin’s and grabbing a few things I needed. As I was making my way out to my car, I decided to leave the cart inside and just carry my groceries. They were way heavier than I thought and as I limped out to my car, two teenage boys asked me if I needed help. Was i…

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In trying to curb eating out so much, we occasionally write down a menu to plan out the week’s meals. Much like donating one’s children to the orphanage, this seems like a good way to save money.

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Do you remember the classic movie, The Manchurian Candidate, staring Laurence Harvey? It was released in 1962, which may have come before your time. It is a tale about secrecy and intrigue—of how a foreign power conspired to place their handpicked person in line to become President of the Un…

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Mr. Ivie (Reaper, July 25, p. 3A), Pres. Trump is not a racist. The Democrats in Washington refer to everyone who disagrees with them racist to the point that the term is meaningless. 

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Regarding his letter of July 25th, it should not surprise that Dr. Ivie calls on Plato to show how a ‘good’ society ought to function. 

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It came and went so fast, I didn’t even realize it was here. Then it was gone — the one good hair day. 

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The Richfield Mountain Bike Trail committee is planning to host its final build day of the summer on the Pahvant Mountain Bike Trail System Saturday, Aug. 10, starting at 8 a.m.

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So there is a new volley of inanity to hit the Internet — besides all things Trump, AOC and Bee Gees memorabilia. It’s an idea that makes me think I really need to get my TV fixed so I can quit looking at the Internet.

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I am writing in response to a letter written by McVoy Barben regarding the management of lands managed by the U.S. Forest Service (USFS) Fishlake National Forest on Monroe Mountain. Barben takes issue with the use of prescribed fire to restore Quaking aspen forests that have been overrun by …

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What makes for a healthy society? Certainly it must have a fair measure of cohesiveness—a common agreement about its core values. Without such a shared sentiment, the word society is a contradiction in terms. Plato recognized this fact long ago. “Does not the worst evil for a state arise fro…

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