Dust in the Wind

(Note: Bill and Lynda Boyle recently returned from a trip to the Holy Land. These are a few of their experiences.) The Sunday after Thanksgiving is traditionally the busiest travel day of the year. Airports and flights are crowded and the weather can be bad. If you travel on that...
DUST IN THE WINDby Bill Boyle (Note: Bill and Lynda Boyle recently returned from a trip to the Holy Land. These are a few of their experiences.) It seemed that the remarkable souks (markets) in the Old City of Jerusalem were more crowded than normal. The sights and sounds and smells...
DUST IN THE WINDby Bill Boyle (Note: Bill and Lynda Boyle recently returned from a trip to the Holy Land. These are a few of their experiences.) The BYU Jerusalem Center is spectacular.  Hugging the side of a prominent hill at the northern end of the Mount of Olives, the eight-story...
DUST IN THE WINDby Bill Boyle (Note: Bill and Lynda Boyle recently returned from a trip to the Holy Land. These are a few of their experiences.) Ian Boyd has a rather demanding job. As a military attaché for the United States government in Israel, Colonel Boyd is a traffic cop on the...
DUST IN THE WINDby Bill Boyle (Note: Bill and Lynda Boyle recently returned from a trip to the Holy Land. These are a few of their experiences.) When you meet a Maughan, it doesn’t take long to learn that they love to hunt. I have been hearing Maughan family hunting stories for...
DUST IN THE WINDby Bill Boyle (Note: Bill and Lynda Boyle recently returned from a trip to the Holy Land. These are a few of their experiences.) The birthplace of the Prince of Peace is, quite often, not a peaceful place. In ancient times, Bethlehem was an isolated, small village in a...
DUST IN THE WINDby Bill Boyle It is a magical place; full of memories of a wonderful childhood. For generations of kids, the Monticello swimming pool was the place to be from the opening day in May, when the water seemed freezing cold, to the closing day in August, when conditions were...
DUST IN THE WINDby Bill Boyle Sales taxes, business license fees, building permit fees, impact fees... Monticello residents may feel that you are being asked, at every turn, to pay an increasing share of the cost of running the city government. You are. If you are thinking these...
by Bill Boyle (Editor’s note: This article is the cover story of the October issue of High School Today, a publication of the National Federation of High Schools. I am a member of the magazine’s editorial board.) In the halls of high schools across the country, two wonderful sports...
DUST IN THE WINDby Bill Boyle The San Juan Record is beginning a new book club. The first group will meet on October 30 at the newspaper office at 49 South Main Street in Monticello to discuss Massacre at Mountain Meadows by Ronald Walker, Richard Turley, Jr., and Glen M. Leonard....

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