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Can anyone identify this 1930s photo?

Bronson

Editor, I have sent a photo of two people beside a car which looks of 1932 vintage Chev or Ford ...  the picture possibly taken around the same time. It was a picture of my mom's, in her stuff....

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SAGE test: Friend of foe?

Editor: Is the SAGE test a teacher's best friend or greatest foe? First, know that SAGE results will likely be factored into the performance evaluations of...


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Thought control introduced slowly and gradually

I read with interest the letter from Jeremy Taylor of Ogden. Jeremy hit it right on the head. What seems like most folks don't realize is that not only...


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Law enforcement, not pols, should fight crime

Editor: I enjoy reading the "Another View" because sometimes it expands my mind but sometimes it boggles my mind. The "View" of May 29, "A proactive approach with...


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It's wrong to prosecute persons again and again

Editor, I read parts of three articles. One article was about how certain officials would petition a higher court to overturn a court decision to release Debby...


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Waco criminals an economic 'opportunity'

Editor, After watching the headlines the last few weeks, I have concluded that our tourism and economic development officials are missing out on a great...




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Reader appreciated review on near-death experiences

Editor, I was pleased to read "Near-death experiences get an LDS treatment" by Doug Gibson which was featured in the May 15 Faith section of the Standard Examiner....


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State engineer should deny Summit's Exchange E5382

Editor, In addition to Mr. Tymcio’s response to Summit’s editorial regarding water it purchased with Powder Mountain, we Protestants (Eden Water...


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Can anyone identify this 1930s photo?

Editor, I have sent a photo of two people beside a car which looks of 1932 vintage Chev or Ford ...  the picture possibly taken around the same time. It was a...


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Congress: 'war powers? What war powers?'

Editor, A few weeks ago, Sen. Tim Kaine of Virginia made a small splash in the press when he took Congress to task for failing to authorize our nation’s...


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Too much made of 'girl power'

Editor, Much is made of girl power today. I think it is all a myth. Far too many women adorn their bodies, but fail to adorn their minds. If ladies spent half as...


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