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I really enjoy your section Go! and I look forward to reading about upcoming activities, especially for my grandkids. What I've noticed lately is that the photos you have been... [Read More]
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INFORUM The Fargo metro is largely a Christian population, with many Christian churches throughout our city. These faith communities worship together, and also give generously of their time and treasure to... [Read More]
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The debate rages on after Boris Johnson drew ire for comparing Muslim women in burqas to "letter boxes" and "bank robbers". [Read More]
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Family Of Once-Missing Teen Thanks Deputies - Cumming, GA - The family of the once-missing 19-year-old recently thanked the Forsyth County Sheriff's Office and all of those who helped search for him. [Read More]
I am writing in response to the letter titled "Help available for landowner protection," published online July 31, 2018. That letter contained inaccuracies and speculation regarding Enbridge that we believe need to be addressed for the benefit of your readers.First and foremost, the Line 3 Replacement... [Read More]
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Tue, 14 Aug 2018 13:01:09 GMTThe Del Norte County Board of Supervisors agenda for today includes a discussion and direction to staff to draft a letter inviting Pres. Donald Trump to take a tour of Last Chance Grade. The item was requested by 5th District Supervisor Bob Berkowitz. No ... [Read More]
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Carmelo Anthony's tenure in Oklahoma City was short, but meaningful to the future Hall of Famer. In a letter provided to The Oklahoman via the Thunder on Monday entitled "Thank you, OKC," Anthony expressed his appreciation for his one season with the Thunder. Anthony was traded to Atlanta in July then waived by the Hawks. He officially signed a one-year, $2.39 million contract with Houston on Monday, paving the way for his letter of thanks to Oklahoma City, the Thunder organization, and the fans he called "INCREDIBLE." "Throughout the entire season, game after game, you cheered me on and... [Read More]
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Thank You, OKC "I know it was only one season, but from the time I arrived in OKC, I was greeted with so much love from The Team, The Organization, and of course the INCREDIBLE fans of this amazing city. Throughout the entire season, game after game, you cheered me on and rooted for us as a team. That is something I will always cherish and never forget. That genuine support kept me going all season long. "IN LIFE, I've learned that things don't always turn out how you want," Anthony continued in his letter. "I wanted nothing more... [Read More]
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I used to think I understood Republicans. I usually didn't agree with them, but I understood their thinking. They cared about deficits, families and character, among other things. Now their values are a mystery. When Donald Trump bragged about assaulting women and getting away with it, Republicans didn't care. When he started stripping away regulations meant to protect us, like clean air and water, public lands, health care and education, they didn't care. He picked fights and insulted our oldest allies but praised murderous dictators, and they didn't care. He even sided with Vladimir Putin over his own U.S.... [Read More]
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I am shocked and disheartened to hear of the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources' recently proposed cougar hunting quotas for the upcoming hunting season. The proposed quotas are scientifically unsound and allow an irresponsibly high level of trophy hunting on cougars, potentially threatening the future survival of the species in Utah. Utah's cougars are rare on the landscape and deserve protection from cruel and unnecessary trophy hunting. Extensive research shows that the proposed quotas far exceed what would be considered sustainable for Utah's cougar population and threaten the species' persistence in our state. Not including the multiple regions with... [Read More]
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I suggest contacting those who represent us in Congress about battling the world's No. 1 infectious killer: tuberculosis ("Rep. Chris Stewart can help eradicate tuberculosis" by Allison Krenzien, The Salt Lake Tribune, Aug. 5). While this pandemic only took about 1,000 lives in America, it must be treated globally to keep all of us safe. One hundred members of the House also sent a bipartisan letter to the president calling for high-level political engagement at the upcoming UN High Level Meeting on TB in September. Our calls and letters to our representatives supporting these initiatives can help... [Read More]
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The voices of Utahns are not being heard. I attended the Bears Ears Monument hearings this year. A chairwoman instructed us to show respect for these elected officials. However, she did not require from them the same respect for us. Some listened, took notes and articulated reasons for their vote. Another legislator, however, sat chuckling with his buddy at something on his cellphone as a Navajo woman spoke with emotion about the land and the untimely death of her mother on the reservation. Now is the time to study the demeanor, sensitivity to public concerns and voting record of... [Read More]
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I am a hypocrite. Well, not entirely. I've paid out lots of American dollars to reduce our household's carbon footprint. But I have no intention of withdrawing into the woods and doing without automobile transportation, jet aircraft transportation, electric lighting, computers, etc. Actually, I might consider withdrawing into the woods if I had sufficient knowledge to utilize sunlight and atmospheric carbon to make anything I like. The way I look at it is we have a fossil carbon budget we can use any way we like. I'm simply realistic about it. Humans aren't capable of changing the course of... [Read More]
In response to letter from Rulon Dye: thank you. I have lived in my home for 30 years and at that time my taxes were $900 and now $2,000. I... [Read More]
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Letter writer's assertions are 'on par with the Big Lie'... [Read More]
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"For the moment, the state should look to the faces of the children, pregnant mothers, the immuno-compromised and senior citizens that live in Flint; and consider that if even one house with a lead service line is missed, it will have a real and lasting impact on the lives of those residents," the city attorney's letter says. [Read More]
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A recent letter to the editor in The Era made some harsh accusations against state Rep. Marty Causer, and the legislator isn't taking it lying down. [Read More]
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I read Ross Nelson's describe his fear of his pure world becoming tainted with difference in his piece in his column, "Diversity weakens, not strengthens, a country," published Aug. 11. In it, he writes that if we could only exist as a homogeneous people, each of us roughly the same, then we'd... [Read More]
INFORUM I read Ross Nelson's describe his fear of his pure world becoming tainted with difference in his piece in his column, "Diversity weakens, not strengthens, a country," published Aug. 11.... [Read More]
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