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HUMOR - It is that time of year again. It is five days before Christmas and we are all second-guessing our gift purchases. We wake up at 4 a.m. in a […]
OPINION – A policeman snapping photos of passing motorists is no big deal, right? Especially if he’s doing it to raise awareness of the dangers of ...
COMMENTARY — We sneak one more region basketball game for the boys and girls into the schedule before the holiday season hits. That’s toni ...
December 17, 2013, 12 Comments
OPINION – There are more questions than answers in the aftermath of Friday’s ruling by U.S. District Court Judge Clark Waddoups that eviscerated the state’s anti-polygamy law. The judge took […]
December 15, 2013, 9 Comments
OPINION – Our flags should have been at half-mast this weekend. Or it may have been more appropriate to have simply flown them upside down. It wouldn’t have been in […]
December 14, 2013, 24 Comments
OPINION – In a decision that was not entirely unexpected, a U.S. District Court judge stripped the guts of Utah’s anti-polygamy law Friday. In his 91-page ruling, Judge Clark Waddoups […]
December 14, 2013, 12 Comments
OPINION – The world has bid a sentimental farewell to one the most noted leaders of the last century, Nelson Mandela. And the extreme right has done it again. They’ve gone […]
What’s hair got to do with it? From Russia to St. George, a hand-in-hand journey to create health, beautyDecember 13, 2013, No comments
ST. GEORGE – Omsk, Russia, may seem as far removed from Southern Utah as possible, but it was there that Irina Valentine Hansen first set her sights on a career […]