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Editorial Cartoon B: June 19, 2017

Editorial Cartoon B: June 19, 2017

A favorite place is better than a favorite memory

It’s always been one of my favorite places to go no matter where I’m at. I’ve been to and lived in a good amount of cities and towns in my life, and I can still tell you where to find it.

Supervisors and Hendrix: cash hoarders

Recently I threw away years of newspapers.

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Thank you: KRMC Cancer Center, Mohave County Search and Rescue, Community

Over 2 years ago a blood test taken by the VA indicated I may have cancer.

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Editorial Cartoon: June 18, 2017

Editorial Cartoon: June 18, 2017

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Editorial Cartoon: June 18, 2017

Editorial Cartoon: June 18, 2017

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Editorial: Let’s Make Sure Tourist Dollars Don’t Slip Through Our Fingers

Tourist. A word that, for many, means long lines, gawking outsiders and obstructed pathways.

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Guest Column: Our Water is Precious ... Down to the Very Last Drop

We dwellers of the desert love the clear limitless vistas, and the sweet dry air of our chosen homeland.

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Rants & Raves: June 18, 2017

What about chipsealing in Golden Valley?

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For Father’s Day – Grateful for an Old-School Dad

My father was born during the Depression, in 1933, when life was a lot tougher. When he was only 3, his father, who had a good job working for the Mellon family, died at age 34.

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Privacy Protections Must Accompany Government Data Access

On June 15 the House Judiciary Committee under the leadership of Virginia GOP Congressman Bob Goodlatte will be holding a hearing, “Data Stored Abroad: Ensuring Lawful Access and Privacy Protection in the Digital Era.” Hopefully, he and others in attendance will come away from it with an understanding of the need to update current law to respect individual privacy.

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Re: NACFD's Riccardi’s conflict of interest

Vic Riccardi has been working on the fire apparatuses in that area for well over 25-plus years.

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Letter: Being Foolhardy

I voted for Trump and would gladly do it again. Three cheers to all the other uninformed, ignorant fools out there!

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Editorial cartoon June 16, 2017

Editorial cartoon June 16, 2017

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Editorial Cartoon: June 15, 2017

Editorial Cartoon: June 15, 2017

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Editorial Cartoon: June 15, 2017

Editorial Cartoon: June 15, 2017

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Guest Column: What Boob Thought Up This Fashion Trend?

“There’s no need to fear – underboob is here!”

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Guest Column: Outside the Beltway, No One Cares about Russia

With the media devoting nonstop attention to alleged Russian hacking in the presidential election, President Trump’s withdrawal from the Paris climate accord and former FBI director James Comey’s testimony, zero attention has been given to developments in the White House that could help American workers.

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Letter: Re: Removal of Confederate monuments

Concerning the removal of certain Confederate memorials around the countryside, I feel some should remain and some should be removed.

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Letter: Becoming civilized

It is time for our country to join the civilized world and embrace national healthcare with the advantages that come with it.

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Editorial Cartoon: June 14, 2017

Editorial Cartoon: June 14, 2017

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Guest Column: White People Aren’t Allowed to Make Burritos

If you’re a white woman selling burritos, the culture cops will shut you down for “appropriating the culture” of Mexicans who have been oppressed by the white man.

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Guest Column: Rewriting American History

George Orwell said, “The most effective way to destroy people is to deny and obliterate their own understanding of their history.”

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Letter: Re "Backing out of Paris Agreement breaks promises to our children" (June 9):

Archimedes said, “Give me a lever long enough and a fulcrum on which to place it, and I can move the world.”

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Letter: In response to Rector hearing

Please let the little child rest in peace, why are the courts dragging their feet in this case?