By Sand Sheff
Census day — April 1 — is rapidly approaching. Once a decade the largest peacetime mobilization of the federal government is undertaken to count each resident in the United States at their place of residence.
David Schramm, family scholar at Utah State University, has never taken a business class, but he believes his findings from a recent study should be shared with business students and CEOs alike.
We all know the world is full of danger, but a recent evil has risen from the depths to drag down the next generation without us even realizing the threat. Or at least that’s what Collin Kartchner, a motivational speaker, claims as he spoke in Moab last week. The danger he was referring to is social media and the effects it has on the youth of today.
If “Profiles in Courage,” had been written today, there would be nine senators profiled rather than eight.
Dear Sen. Romney:
The Utah Community Impact Board (CIB) is scheduled to meet today, Feb. 6, to formally approve a $5.4 million grant/loan package for a new health care clinic in Spanish Valley.
God bless Al Cross. And Margaret O’Donnell.
I am writing with major concern for North Main Street businesses. It is now the end of January and we are anxiously waiting to see when the North corridor widening project commences and the impacts of this project.
Last week, many in the community and the local governments became aware of a Bureau of Land Management plan to scope for oil and gas leasing two parcels smack dab in the heart of Moab’s EPA designated Sole Source Aquifer and State designated drinking water protection area.
In the Sand Flats Recreation area, overlapping the Slickrock Trail and the upper entrance to Grandstaff Canyon, and between two large Wilderness Study areas, two parcels of land are being offered for lease to the extraction industry.
George Orwell, in his essay, “Politics and the English Language,” wrote, “All issues are political issues and politics itself is a mass of lies, evasions, folly, hatred, and schizophrenia.” If Orwell is correct then I, as a news consumer, am in danger of poisoning my inner being with “lies, evasion, follies,” etc. Sounds bad. The impeachment hearings were especially toxic.