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Letter: What’s governor’s plan for scarce water supply?

I have often heard our governor urge us to slow the flow. He is so very right the drought isn't going away. On the other hand he is encouraging lots of new people to come here. People need water. The same water we don't have enough of. I would like to know the plan for solving this ...

Letter: Seniors should have the option to choose home

A recent poll found that 94% of Medicare beneficiaries would prefer to receive post-hospital short-term health care at home, and 85% of adults say it should be a high priority for the federal government to expand Medicare coverage for home health care. Fortunately, bipartisan lawmakers in both ...

Letter: Nukes to the rescue

Global warming and climate change appear inevitable, given the urgency of the problem and limited resources available. Today at the Glasgow meeting of representatives of two hundred nations, President Biden called for oil and gas industries to increase their fossil energy output, required to ...

Letter: Resist Utah lawmakers’ attack on vote by mail

This is a personal response to your article of 22 October 2021, titled: "Legislators Attack vote by mail, want statewide audit". First let me say that I am eighty years old and both me and my 79 years young wife vote by mail. At my age voting by mail is God sent. The state of Utah has one of ...

Buchanan: Who decides what kids should be taught?

Virginia is a newly blue state, with a Democratic governor and two Democratic senators, that Joe Biden won by 10 points. Hence, former Gov. Terry McAuliffe was an early and solid favorite to regain the office he vacated in 2017. But if McAuliffe loses Tuesday, the defeat will be measured on ...

Lowry: What it means if Glenn Youngkin wins

A specter haunts the Democratic Party — the possibility of a Glenn Youngkin victory in the Virginia gubernatorial race. The former businessman and political neophyte is running neck and neck with Terry McAuliffe, the longtime Democratic fixture who is seeking a return to the governor's ...