Spelling word of the week: n-e-p-o-t-i-s-m. There is something fundamentally, morally and ethically wrong here.
Don’t let the perfect become the enemy of the good. The Rim Country Educational Alliance continues to struggle heroically with the fierce, hydra-headed bureaucracy of the U.S. Forest Service in its quest to buy a 260-acre parcel on which it wants to build a university that will bring an enormous benefit to the very taxpayers the federal government ought to serve.
The point of a gun buyback event is to get guns off the street. But, our own governor, Jan Brewer, just signed into law legislation to make the events pointless.
Here is the thing, condors deserve to be protected, they are beneficial in cleaning up the “leftovers.” I am not sure what you meant by “why would we want to protect a large scavenger.” Why wouldn’t we?
On Tuesday, April 30, the Friends of Rim Country GCC and Town of Payson hosted the Harlem Ambassadors professional show basketball team for a night of high-flying slam dunks, hilarious comedy, and feel-good family entertainment.
This is in response to a letter that you printed in the April 23 Opinion section titled: Ban gun free zones.
Almost all of us want better schools, safer roads, improved health care, secure prisons, a strong safety net for those in need, and even a more intelligent and responsive state government.
Saturday, May 11 marks the 21st anniversary of one of America’s great days of giving — the National Association of Letter Carriers Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive.
If I were a non-resident considering moving to the Payson area to buy a home and/or to buy or to establish a new business, and if I had been reading all the bile and hate-filled letters you selected for publication in the Roundup over the previous months, I think that I would conclude that the Payson area is a vile and slimy cauldron containing a huge nest of twisting, hissing, spitting and snapping pit vipers.
I would like all readers to know that the editor was quick to respond to my questions about Tuesday’s (4/2/13) mix up.
Isn’t it great how patriotic we become as we reflect on the recent Boston bombing incident?
Not funding music programs has its cost ... Kids have a sense of music ... whether they sing, play an instrument or passively listen to those that do these things.
The NRA — and some letter writers to this newspaper — claims that all that is necessary to prevent an assault by handgun is to arm the possible target.
What’s the right metaphor here? Growing pains? Crawl before you walk?
To the people of Star Valley: I love this town. That is why it pained me so deeply to step down. For the record, I am not going anywhere. Star Valley is my home, and I plan to stay here and serve this community in every way I can.