• Issue of
  • Apr 1-7, 2010
  • Vol. 26, No. 46

News

  • Shar Lewis of Utah Commission on Volunteers
  • Shar Lewis of Utah Commission on Volunteers

    Shar Lewis, the executive director of Utah Commission on Volunteers, has helped craft the Lieutenant Governor's Conference on Service, April 8-10 at the Hilton Salt Lake City Center (Volunteers.Utah.gov). Lt. Gov. Greg Bell and Sen. Orrin Hatch, R-Utah, will speak, in addition to numerous breakout sessions and a service project on the final day.
  • Running on an Empty Tank

    In Katharine Biele’s “Conservative Wrap- Up”, Paul Mero states, “Sutherland doesn’t browbeat”. Hmm ... let’s ask Webster. Browbeat: To intimidate or disconcert by a stern manner or arrogant speech.
  • You Lost Me, Jim

    Representative Jim Matheson, I have voted for you. I have volunteered for you and on many occasions I have defended you. However...
  • Concrete Doubt

    I have no real faith that the Utah Legislature will ever create any sensible ethic and campaign reforms, after the driving-under-the influence arrest and admitted affair with a teenage girl in a hot tub.

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