You have viewed 1 newspapers today. Please Register in order to view more newspapers.
We are retrieving your image from the archive...
We are converting your image into tiles...
Herald Journal, The (Newspaper) - May 2, 2007, Logan, Utah Herald Journal 98 122 May 2007 Daily Newspaper LEAP FOR CHARITY Professor departing USU bungees to fund new park A3 MISSED CHANCE Grizzlies stumble in sixth inning against Grantsville B1 Utah 2007 Weather High 74 Low 45 Partly sunny Update Diet AP photo Bilingual supermarket shopping guides featuring a new food pyramid designed to encourage Latinos to make healthier food choices with traditional foods are on dis play Tuesday at a Houston grocery Traditional Latino fare emphasis of new food pyramid HOUSTON AP A new food designed to encourage Lati nos to eat touts the staples of traditional cooking as the path to better The Latin American Diet Pyramid emphasizes the benefits of grains and tubers such as quinoa and and tropical fruits such as mangos and Its featured in a bilingual shopping guide set for distribution The called Camino Magico or Magic is the centerpiece of a campaign launched Tuesday by the Latino Nutrition Coali a nonprofit ed to improving Latino eating The basic message is The old ways are the best The pamphlet teaches shoppers to choose fresh fruits and vegetables and whole grains over processed or pre pared It also offers a shopping list and meal ideas that incorporate healthier versions of traditional such as a bean tortilla arroz con polio and Mexican chicken Were trying to get people talking about what we should be and to focus on more traditional and healthier foods rather than big quantities of cheap said Liz manager of the Latino Nutrition We wanted to create awareness in the community and inspire people to eat The supermarket which is now available in some stores and churches in Dallas and will eventually be distributed in New Los Miami and Mintz Quick read Definition of the Week A closer look at words in the news 1 Now Rare an easy and painless death 2 act or prac tice of causing death so as to end suffering advocated by some as a way to deal with persons dying of incur painful diseases Websters New World Dictionary Third College Edition index Cache Valley swine tainted face euthanasia for exposure to pet food contaminant By Adam Benson staff writer The Herald Journal More than hogs are headed to the Logan Landfill after consum ing the contaminant behind this springs global pet food The Herald Journal has Although the animals have yet to be Environmental tor Issa Hamud said he was informed by the states Department of Solid and Hazardous Waste last week to expect swine at the site in the coming And around of the live stock can be linked to a Benson area who unknowingly fed them a food mix that included melamine in officials told The Herald Theyre totally said Utah State University Agriculture Extension Agent Clark Its a major economic blow to the Hamud said the city will charge a ton plus a special SI ton handling charge to dispose of the He said their disposal In our schools shouldnt be a major disruption to the landfills daytoday If they are all brought in on one it will interrupt us for a few hours of the but if they are being brought in at different days and different the interruption will be a bit Hamud We will not be in the near future and hopefully it will just decompose naturally and Once they Hamud said the hogs will be buried away from human entry points to the facility and wont mix with garbage and recycled materials dropped off For the time Israelson said the adulterated pigs arent being allowed off the farm and none of them have been transported for dis Also announced a small Northern poultry farmer ceased operations after feeding a flock food obtained from a neighboring hog farmer that con according to the state Department of Agriculture and Sec SWINE on A10 Bush hits Pen pal back from war r with veto Meegan Journal Dustin Moore of the Army greets the students of Renee Nichols class at River Heights Elementary School on Moore and the students have been communicating via email while he was in Soldier home from Iraq pays surprise visit to students he emailed the last 6 months By Kelly Hafen staff writer IVER HEIGHTS For nearly six months Renee class communicated via email with Army Reserve Dustin Moore while he was deployed in northern The constant letters were a con reminder that had support from more people than just his It was awesome to know little kids were just as supportive as my family and other Moore To show his appreciation to the 24 students who had been corresponding with him during his time in the Mid dle Moore surprised the class with a visit Tuesday at River Heights I wanted to thank them in per son instead of in a Moore who is originally from had promised the surprise visits in one of his reply letters to Nicholls and her I will come and visit your class when I get home so that you will know that 1 have made it home Moore The only thing that 1 ask in return is that you guys keep writing to me so I can know how everything is going back Both the students and Moore held to the Nicholls said her students sent Moore many letters and bombarded him with questions all of which he We didnt think we would hear back from she but sur we And he kept Nicholls Moore sent photos with his let keeping the class current on his activities in In the stu dents continued to email questions and send Nicholls class had impatiently been waiting for the arrival of who had written that he would return in April 2007 one year after his deployment in April The class had not heard from the soldier in nearly a month and See SOLDIER on AIO WASHINGTON AP President Bush vetoed leg to pull troops out of Iraq Tuesday night in a his toric showdown with Congress over whether the unpopular and costly war should end or It was a day of high political falling on the fourth anniversary of Bushs Mis sion Accomplished speech declaring that major combat operations had ended in In only the second veto of his Bush rejected legislation pushed by Democratic leaders that R would require busn the first combat troops to be withdrawn by 1 with a goal of a complete pullout six months This is a prescription for chaos and confusion and we must not impose it on our Bush said in a nation ally broadcast statement from the White He said the would mandate a rigid and artificial deadline for troop and it makes no sense to tell the enemy when you plan to start with Democrats accused Bush of ignoring Americans desire to stop the which has claimed the lives of more than members of the The president wauls a blank said House Speaker Nancy D moments alter Bushs The Congress is not going to give ii to She said lawmakers would work with him to find ground but added that there was great distance between them on The legislation amounted to a rare rebuke of a wartime Sec VETO on A8 Immigrants fill cry for citizenship path LOS ANGELES AP over recent raids and frustrated with thousands of people pro tested across the country Tuesday to demand a path to citizenship for an estimated 12 million illegal immi From Phoenix to Detroit to thousands of people carried Ameri can flags in the Organizers say immigrants feel a sense of urgency to keep immigra tion reform from getting pushed to the back burner by the 2008 If we dont then both the Democratic and Republican parties can go back to their comfort zones and do said Angelica director of the Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of Los They wont have the courage to resolve a major situation for millions of In thousands of demon carried American signs and including one that We may not have it all but together we can have ii Melissa a American citizen who immigrated from South carried a Korean flag over her shoulder as she politicians for buckling at the Us immigrants arent pieces of See PATH ou A8 Immigrants rally Tuesday in Union Square in New York Thousands protested across the country Tuesday to demand a path to citizenship mated 12 million illegal immigrants AP photo of people for an esti
Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!
Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 130 million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.
Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!
24 hours a day Monday-Saturday
Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!
"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.
"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.
"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.