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  • May 13-19, 2010
  • Vol. 26, No. 52

News

  • Nice Work if You Can Get It

    I heard from a friend that Barry Newbold, the superintendent of the Jordan School District, made more than $200,000 per year. I was dismayed, to say the least.
  • Dimly Lit Mayor

    What is Salt Lake City Mayor Ralph Becker thinking by wanting to dim the lights in the city to help balance a $15 million dollar budget shortfall? Is he crazy?
  • Obama Disappoints

    I was utterly shocked that, in the responses to the April 29 Staff Box question, no one mentioned anything specific other than “Don’t Ask/Don’t Tell”...

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  • Marcus
  • Marcus

    Serious Comedy: Former second-to-Last Comic Standing Marcus is set to bite The Hand That Feeds.

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