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The annual 4th of July Parade in Richfield City begins at the intersection of Main Street and 500 South in downtown Richfield, travelling north on Main Street and ending at the Richfield City Park on 500 North and Main Street.
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Dear Friends: Our country and our world are seeing a great deal of turmoil these days. It’s my experience that all too often, misunderstanding breeds contempt. That can hold equally true on the National Mall or in our own personal dining hall. It saddens me that still today, in 2020, we haven’t overcome attitudes that have divided us for decades and even centuries. Everyone, and I mean everyone, needs to do and be better. When I hear the phrase, Black Lives Matter, my reaction may be...
Dear Friends: Years ago, I was in a UDOT training to become a flagman for a local contractor. A question was raised about emergency flagging at night and people not dimming their headlights. I raised my hand and said, “When people don’t dim their lights, I hit them with my brights to remind them to be more considerate.” The instructor replied, “Well then, now two of you are blind.” I’ve often thought of this lesson when I have been “straightened out” by others who have their bright light of...
Dear Friends: Last week, Richfield ReaperEditor David Anderson spoke to our Rotary Club about the news business. How do each of us get our news? How does it influence us? David said that we tend to gravitate to news sources that support or substantiate our own feelings and opinions about issues and ideas. It’s important that we take the time to be truly informed. It doesn’t hurt to look at things from a different perspective once in a while. I’m so pleased that we have a local newspaper and a...
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