Letters to the Editor



Magazine has had me hooked since 2001

Dear Editor, I just want to tell you that I love your magazine. I went to my mother’s in Alpine for a visit in 2001 and she had it on her table. The cover was Larry King and his wife. I read the article and was hooked on the magazine. I copied the address and when I returned home to California, I subscribed. I have been impressed with every issue. You did a wonderful job on the November/December issue. I just saw “The Work and the Glory” twice and was very impressed. Then I read your interviews about the movie, and you did a very good job. Keep up the good work.

Lois McKenzie

Napa, Calif.

Another thing I love about Utah Valley

Dear Editor, One of the great things about living in Utah Valley is the recreational opportunities for young people. I participate in a lot of youth sports, and the thing that makes it a good experience for me is the coaches that volunteer their time and talents. I’d like to publicly thank Coach Matheny, Coach Freeman and Coach Baird of the Highland/ Cedar Hills 7th grade football team. I learned a lot about football and had a lot of fun.

Trey Walton

Cedar Hills

Congratulations on business award

Dear Editor, Congratulations on your 2005 Smoot Award as Small Business of the Year. You continue to garner awards and applause. I love your magazine and look forward to each one’s arrival.

Bonnie Pence


Magazine caters to wealthy LDS — and there aren’t very many

Dear Editor, I just wanted you to know how much I despise your magazine. You only cater to very wealthy Mormons, which only make up about 2 percent of the population of Utah Valley. Every time I see your magazine in my mailbox it goes straight into the garbage can in my driveway. It doesn’t even make it into the warmth of my home. None of the rest of us Utah Valley people could ever afford what you advertise or promote in your magazine. I am a well-to-do, educated homemaker who lives in a clean, modest three-bedroom, one-story house as do most other people in the valley. And by the way, I am not Mormon, as a lot of Utah Valley people aren’t.  Why don’t you revamp your magazine with more affordable places to have fun, eat, shop and advertise more affordable homebuilders and furniture? It would be greatly appreciated by the rest of us more realistic, budget-concerned Utah Valley residents. Thank you.

Rachel Cornett


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