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Thanks go to 'Ed' at 12th Street grocery store

Thanks go to 'Ed' at 12th Street grocery store

Editor, On Sunday, July 13, my husband and I made a quick stop for a few needed items. After making our purchases, we placed things in the car. I put the cart into its designated place. I was

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Thanks go to 'Ed' at 12th Street grocery store

Editor, On Sunday, July 13, my husband and I made a quick stop for a few needed items. After making our purchases, we placed things in the car. I put the cart into


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We should discipline kids, not be their 'BFFs'

Editor, Parents and grandparents of today’s kids are in a sad turmoil of activities. Today’s children are convicted of criminal actions because of lack


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Employers find way to discriminate against disabled

Editor, I was at vocational rehabilitation company trying to get help in obtaining a job that I can do with my disabilities. I was asked what I can do and I


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Sen. Christensen practices 'vindictive conservatisam

Editor, Senator Allen Christensen and Lynne Cheney agree: social justice should not be a concern of government, whether state or federal. Prohibiting Medicaid


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U.S. should be assertive with murderous leaders

Editor, During the 1970-1980 era, a very noted pediatrician wrote a book with philosophies for raising children. It was and still is in some circles, very well


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D'Souza's movie refutes America as a source of evil

Editor, Kudos to Dinesh D’Souza for his latest film, “America: Imagine a world without her,” which is a devastating refutation of those who seek


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We should enjoy daylight as naturally intended

It has been interesting to read the comments concerning daylight saving time. Every time this topic comes up, I watch with interest and hope that it will end. The


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Standard does a great job

Your paper is great. I enjoy the information every day. David K. Nelson Clearfield


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President doesn't speak for the 49 percent

Editor, I’m sorry about our president. He doesn’t speak for me. People of Isreal being bombed; “he doesn’t speak for me.” People of


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Kaysville will look like every other city

Editor, Have you ever walked out of a store and wondered for a moment which city you were in? I have. It is easy to become disoriented and confuse Ogden for Salt


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