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Strength Through Hardship

By City Weekly Readers
POSTED // Jul 10,2013 - The recent story from Maycie Nielsen was something that hit home with me [“Orphaned by Addicts,” July 4, City Weekly]. I was touched by her message and agree with her sentiments.

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Go Forth & Conquer

By City Weekly Readers
POSTED // Jul 10,2013 - Maycie Nielsen, you are amazing [“Orphaned by Addicts,” July 4, City Weekly].

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You Should've Voted

By City Weekly Readers
POSTED // Jul 3,2013 - The worst thing about the John Swallow situation is not the alleged wrongdoings, but all the people who didn’t vote in the election because they believe that their vote doesn’t make a difference.

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Status Quo Sucks

By City Weekly Readers
POSTED // Jul 3,2013 - OK. Swallow needs to go. That is perfectly obvious to anyone who cares about the integrity of Utah’s legal system.

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New Courthouse, New Name

By City Weekly Readers
POSTED // Jul 3,2013 - Recently, there has been a debate about what to name the new federal courthouse in Salt Lake City [Hits & Misses, June 27, City Weekly].

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Think Positive

By City Weekly Readers
POSTED // Jul 3,2013 - I’ve been reading the Letters column for several weeks now, and find it the best part of your paper, City Weekly. Your printing of an inmate’s letter [“Inmates Are a Part of Society” ...

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Disappointment or Gratitude?

By City Weekly Readers
POSTED // Jul 3,2013 - In Sharon Brown’s letter [“Barbecue Where?” June 13, City Weekly], she complains that R&R Barbeque ran out of food the night she dined there.

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Mysticism vs. Insanity

By City Weekly Readers
POSTED // Jun 26,2013 - Hallucinations can be quite frightening, especially for those experiencing them. A dear friend called years ago to tell about the voices she was hearing.

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Keeping an Eye on the Snakes

By City Weekly Readers
POSTED // Jun 26,2013 - I’ve always heard rumors of a local mafia. It appears to me that Mark Shurtleff and John Swallow have confirmed those rumors.

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Bitter Pill to Swallow

By City Weekly Readers
POSTED // Jun 26,2013 - Utah Attorney General John Swallow, the state’s “top cop,” needs to educate himself on ethics, find a moral compass en route and abandon ship.
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