Press Opinion

The gorge

by Adrian & Ana Ruiz Pastors of Templo Emmanuel In one of his books, Ralph Connor tells a story about a young woman named Gwen. This young woman was rude, stubborn and she was used to always doing her will.…

Picking up the slack

To the editor, I feel that it is important to mention that through this time when the Crompton family has had a great need, the staff of The Power County Press has been able to continue to produce a paper…

We are like jewels

Several years ago in a mine in Africa the most magnificent diamond in the history of the world was discovered. It was given to the king of England to shine on his crown. The king sent the diamond to Amsterdam…

Knowing your business

Our City By A.F. Mayor Marc Beitia Twenty some years ago a small boy of five sat by his bedroom window thinking of the future. In his hand a knife. I do it sometimes, although I don’t know that I…

The measure of life and home

Our City by A.F. Mayor Marc Beitia Sally and I drove to Leadore Saturday to celebrate the life of a long time friend. It seems to be happening more frequently as the years march by. Throughout the six hours of…

Thirst

There was once a man who was traveling across the ocean and his boat sank, leaving him adrift for several days before he was miraculously found by a fishing boat. Recovering from his bad condition, he told them the worst…

A.F. summer calendar filling up

The years with an early spring we would cut the blooming Iris from all of Mom’s flowerbeds, pack all Pa’s (Grandma Beitia) cooking supplies, and the six of us loaded into the old (even then) Ford station-wagon and headed from…

Egg shell

by Adrian & Ana Ruiz Pastors of Templo Emmanuel “I hate you, Alicia!” shouted Tom. “Never again will you come in my room! You’re a thief!” “What, what did you say?” asked his grandfather, who was coming down the hall.…