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Under state law, all Utahns would collectively be responsible for $3 billion or more of public debt if the Lake Powell Pipeline (LPP) is constructed. 

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Good folks, something to ponder. If sleepy Joe Biden happens to get elected (no matter his running mate) and Pelosi get re-elected, and the Dems retain the house, a lot of those clandestine people will create a coup against Biden claiming mental incapacity. We all know he is a few fries shor…

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Many thanks to the generous residents of Sevier County who donated cleaning supplies and personal hygiene items for our brothers and sisters in southeast Utah and northeast Arizona.

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For many blacks self-pride led to a desire for self-help. One group active in California during the 1960s was Operation Bootstrap. Speaking before an all-white student body of 2,000 people, a member of this group said that blacks must not expect whites to change the world for them, they must…

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Wow, the support that has come flooding in since the article ran about our truck being vandalized has been overwhelming. I can hardly put into words how we feel. We had an anonymous donation go directly to Pearson Tire that paid for our truck to get fixed. We also got a donation from a local…

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They say rats are always the first to desert a sinking ship. Guess what? Trump’s ship is going down. The election polls are running against him. The recent CNN poll shows Biden running 14 points ahead of Trump. The Fox News poll shows Biden leading Trump by 12 points. The average of all the …

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I see Sara Straw, Reaper, June 18, p. 3A, wants us to “vote toward a goal of making our country a better place for everyone.” I fully agree.

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I remember feeling that hope for change lay in children who had not yet learned prejudice. One day I was substitute teaching at an integrated elementary school, and a white girl about seven years old ran up to me on the playground and, pointing toward the rings, said, “That girl pushed me.” …

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Two weeks ago, on viral fear, hairdressers in the US were imprisoned by politicians for cutting hair; this week those same politicians cared nothing of the virus, cheering those that burned and looted the hairdressers as social justice warriors for standing up to racism. If you think America…

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Jon Hunstman, Jr. understands the unlocked potential that lies in our public lands in rural Utah. Regulatory barriers, denied grazing permits, broken supply chains and a lack of exports are putting a strain on Utah’s ranchers. I don’t think that many Utahns realize that agriculture makes up …

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Letters to the editor are part of how democracy is supposed to work, the freedom to publicly disagree about government policies and how the country is doing.

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Warning, beware of the many false teachers of society. Division is the number one tool used by the dark powers to destroy nations, states, cities, your personal soul. I could write for months on the sources and supporters of darkness and division. They use all their means to create anger, ha…

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The environmental impact of further development of Saul’s Meadow for a campground by the BLM and Sevier County needs further investigation. I read the 21-page Environmental Assessment (EA) posted by the BLM and these are among the issues I see:

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It is said that a leader is someone who sees in which direction a march is going and who runs to the front of the line and calls back, “Follow me.” Even by such a simple standard, Trump’s leadership has been a colossal failure.

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OK, I have just about heard enough of Sara Straw’s doom and gloom philosophy. Since she has a license for complaining and criticizing, I have decided to take a different approach. First of all, as she is looking at the glass completely empty, I will look at the glass filled with the good our…

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