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WSU won't recruit locals for tennis team

Hou-En "Edward" Chen

Editor, This is in response to “The international flavor of WSU tennis” Thursday, February 12, 2015. American parents are spending thousands of dollars on their kids, for tennis lessons,...

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Utah's tax rate not regressive

Editor, As professor emeritus, Department of Economics, Cleveland State University, Vijay K. Mathur points out, Utah’s flat 5 percent tax rate is regressive...


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Compromise is part of governing

Editor, A few extreme representatives at both the state and national levels are giving the GOP a black eye. In the U.S. House of Representatives Speaker Boehner...


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Shortage of Hill jet mechanics nothing new

Editor, Regarding the shortage of aircraft mechanics addressed in the editorial on Tuesday, Feb. 24th. This shortage is not a new situation. During the majority of...


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House action on Healthy Utah despicable

Editor, Of all the despicable actions the last few years from our Utah Legislature, the announcement late Wednesday that the House decided the fate of Gov....


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Citizens need to raise voices in North Ogden

Editor, I attended the North Ogden City Council meeting Feb. 25 specifically to speak on behalf of my friend and trusted auto repairman, Lynn Humphreys, who will...




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Raise for the governor?

Editor, Doggonit, I was looking forward to a little nap this mornning as I returned from my delivery job. One look at this morning’s paper and I saw an...


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Obama's executive order will stand

Editor, The Senate passed an immigration reform bill in 2013, bu the Republican-led House refused to allow a vote on the measure. A frustrated President Obama...


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Raise the minimum wage for restaurant workers

Editor, How can legislators believe that $2.13 is a fair wage to anyone? How can they feel it right to raise their wages and state leaders that make $100,000 to...


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Budget cuts to blame for Hill AFB worker shortage

Editor, I am writing concerning the Our View editorial of 24 Feb 2014, Hill shortage = education needs. I think the editorial board has fallen considerably short...


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Greed drives political ideology

Editor, What has happened to honest and caring politicians. It is obvious that facts don’t matter. Our elected officials are bias in their statements and it...


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House action on Healthy Utah despicable

Editor, Of all the despicable actions the last few years from our Utah Legislature, the announcement late Wednesday that the House decided the fate of Gov....


Utah's tax rate not regressive

Editor, As professor emeritus, Department of Economics, Cleveland State University, Vijay K. Mathur points out, Utah’s flat 5 percent tax rate is regressive...