Articles and comments must follow these rules:
Rule Number 1
We’re all ZiCC friends here. Treat everyone like a friend.
Friends often disagree. That’s OK. But friends treat each other with respect and kindness even when they disagree. For this reason, pseudonyms are not allowed. Your real name will be used.
2. Who is a ZiCC person
People who live above the Hurricane fault in the Virgin River valley (ZiCC home)
… or …
People who have a significant interest in the Zion Canyon Community
* Own a ZiCC business or property (ZiCC interest)
* Know somebody well who does (ZiCC relationship)
* Work there (ZiCC job)
… and …
People who follow the ZiCC Honor Code.
3. You are responsible.
Although comments are moderated, you are responsible for what you post, and what you read. All posts made are the opinions and views of the author. I’m not responsible for the veracity or validity of any information posted here, nor do I guarantee the authenticity or the identity of any of the posters. I am not liable for any information or message posted.
4. No advertising, fund-raising, or product placements.
Advertisements for products or services are prohibited and will be deleted. This is a marketplace for ideas and not things.
5. Stay on topic.
Add your own guest blog to the site if you want to discuss something else. (Send them to ZiCC@kinesava.com.)
6. Be original
This site is for your discussion and contributions. Do not cut-and-paste lengthy messages from other websites or lists. Linking to other sites is fine and quoting a paragraph or two for context is fine too – if it’s on topic.
7. Do not hotlink images.
It’s a bad idea to link to remote images without permission from the remote site owner. If the owner replaces the image without your knowledge, your post could suddenly become very inappropriate. Besides that, the other site pays for the bandwidth to download the image and that’s stealing!
8. Posts that will be deleted or get you banned. Posts containing offensive racial, gender, sexual preference, religious, political, or nationality-bashing language, or posts containing personal attacks. Comment on ideas, not people.