Articles from the February 24, 2016 edition

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The washable crayon debate

I have to hand it to Crayola, they are sure pushing their washable crayons and markers like they never have before. However, I ask them to think about the behaviors they are encouraging before coming...


GR restaurant evokes memories

Arctic Circle was my first job. I started while at Green River High School and continued on while attending college at Western Wyoming for a while. When I moved away for school, I would come back to w...


Information sought about city

Dear Editor, I’m writing to request a favor from your readers. In a college course I’m taking to become a teacher, my professor has assigned us a project to learn about a town in the U.S. She’s requiring that we do this without the use of...


On building a wall

This is not to disparage legal immigration. Far from it! But, currently, procedures are available and are not particularly odious or difficult. Time consuming, yes, but not prohibitive. My own father and grandmother went through it, from Cayman Islan...


Kaye W. Allred

Kaye W. Allred, alias "Rooster" and "Grandpa Polecat", 85, slipped peacefully away in his sleep Feb. 25, 2016 at BeeHive Homes of St. George Assisted Living in St. George, Utah, with family by his... Full story


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