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On this last day of the year when we traditionally bid farewell to days gone by, I hope you'll indulge me the personal opportunity of saying goodbye to you, our KSL viewers and listeners.

This will be my last editorial for KSL.

For the past 13 years, it has been my distinct privilege to come into your homes via the marvels of broadcasting to share the views of the KSL Editorial Board. Now, after 42 years in broadcasting here in Utah, 38 of them with KSL, it is time to move on.

Please know how much I've appreciated your involvement in the vital process of public discussion that is so essential in a democracy. Your comments and letters have always been welcomed, read, and considered.

Know, too, that KSL will remain committed to encouraging dialogue and expressing reasoned opinion, although the format future editorials will take with my departure is yet to be decided.

For me personally, I look forward to what the future holds with excitement and optimism. The dramatic technological and societal changes we've witnessed the last four decades are nothing compared to what lies ahead. So farewell to the past and all of you, and hello to tomorrow! May it be the happiest of New Years!

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