Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Dec 15, 2011
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  • Dec 15-21, 2011
  • Vol. 28, No. 31


  • Letters
  • Stop Forcing Your Beliefs on Us

    Six months ago, I made the big move to Utah from my home state of Florida. To no one’s surprise, I experienced a giant cultural shock. Living in three previous states with family, all aro
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  • Letters
  • Equal Opportunity Education Needed

    I am a full-time student and a part-time worker. I am going to school for nursing, and something that has always irritated me is the lack of education funding. There are options, such as FAFSA, loans,
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  • Letters
  • Take a Stand for Veterans, CW

    I have not seen any news coverage on your site as far as giving veterans job opportunities or covering the fact that veterans are having a hard time finding jobs and even homes. I believe t
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  • Letters
  • Why Is Ask a Mexican MIA?

    Just wondering why the Ask A Mexican column has been missing for just about a month. I always thought it to be simultaneously mind-boggling and hope-inspiring that it showed up in a Salt Lake publ
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  • Fred Dog
  • Miscellaneous
  • Fred Dog

    Freddy passed away December 5, 2011.  He was with us for 10 years.  He will always be a part of our family. We love you Freddy, and miss you a lot. You are still here with us.  You had
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  • 2011 Holiday Coloring Contest

    Happy Holidays from City Weekly! Our holiday coloring contest is for kids up to 12 years old. Cool prizes will be awarded. Entries are due Friday, December 30 by 5:00pm. Download and print your
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