August 2002

 

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Features

JENNY LAKE: The Tetons loom above Jenny Lake on a clear Wyoming morning. / Photo by Ted Pease

New aquatic center makes big splash
08/05/02
While temperatures continue to dabble in the high 90s, a place where many Cache Valley citizens seem to be escaping the summer heat is the Logan Aquatic Center. / By Sam Springer

Sports

 

Lifestyles

 

Opinion

Life sentences not easy on taxpayers' pockets
08/05/02
As prisoners sit on death row, many taxpayers can be heard complaining about the cost of keeping the prisoner alive for a number of years preceding execution. If you happen to be one of the tax payers that is complaining, do you have any idea of the actual cost of an execution? I will try to provide a minimum estimate. / By Sam Springer

Arts

Latest Austin Powers' flick is old-fashioned British smut for a family audience
08/06/02
The Motion Picture Association of America permitted a PG-13 rating for Mike Myers' "Austin Powers in Goldmember" which turns out to be good, old-fashioned, British smut made for good, all-American, dirty-minded family audiences. / By Sam Springer

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