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Dogs should be left home

Dogs should be left home

Editor, I am writing to express concern over the number of dogs I see everywhere! I cannot go to an event, to the mall, to a playground or the grocery store without seeing a dog. Oftentimes they are

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Dogs should be left home

Editor, I am writing to express concern over the number of dogs I see everywhere! I cannot go to an event, to the mall, to a playground or the grocery store


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Five minutes not long enough to get to class

Editor, I just finished my 7th grade year at Fairfield Junior High. Don’t get me wrong; it was a great experience, but I found it hard to get to class on


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'America' movie deserved a whole 'beehive'

Editor, I finally got an opportunity to go see the new movie “America” by Dinesh D’Souza about which I have heard such good reports. I looked in


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No candy thrown from parade floats disappoints

Editor, For as long as I can remember I have been going to Ogden’s Pioneer Day parade and throughout the years, have really enjoyed seeing the creative


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Pay for fires started by fireworks with taxes on sales

Editor, A proposed idea for Utah state fireworks regulation is: The annual accumulative total of taxpayer funds expended to extinguish fires started by the use of


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Israel makes its own missiles, pays for F-16s

Editor, After a long time of being quiet, the writer of the July 23 letter, “U.S. does nothing to stop killings in Gaza” is back with the same problem


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Ab Jenkins and his Mormon Meteor are iconic

Editor, I enjoyed the article of July 24, “Bonneville celebrating a century of speed,” telling what is happening at the Bonneville Salt Flats through


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Congress should spend vacation meeting with constituents

Editor, Just a thought——since Congress doesn’t work the whole year anyway, and when they do, they do not have a clue regarding what the people


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Many in Pleasant View don't support firing chief

Editors, Pleasant View city was abuzz Tuesday evening, July 22, centered around the meeting of its city council. Little old Pleasant View had made the headlines of


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Traffic, safety are concerns with rehab center

Editor, The residents in South Ogden do not fear a residential facility for disabled persons. The paper and the cartoonist, Mr. Val Bagley have skewed the


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