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Answering questions about residents’ water lines would have been easier

The recent decision to terminate the city’s contract with Service Line Warranties of America (SLWA) effective next June takes away a great solution that many Kingman homeowners have used to protect themselves against high repair and replacement costs should the residential water or sewer lines on their property fail (Council cancels contract with water line warranty company, July 11).

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Why not stay in Kingman

I recently read in the Daily Miner an article on tourism in our community.

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Who asked the voters about a retirment benefit plan?

The county supervisors are in a frenzy because the elected official retirement plan is underfunded.

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Fake Republicans

OK, Republicans of the Senate, we get it.

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Don’t ignore depression signs

Mental health illnesses are not a joke, especially when it leads to someone committing suicide.

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We need to remember public safety as we work on Kingman Crossing

It became readily apparent that public safety is not terribly important to our City Council.

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Credit-Card Debt Explained

America’s credit-card debt has surpassed the $1 trillion mark.

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Guest Column: ‘Gde myaso?’ Russian for Where’s the Beef?

Political campaigns are full of liars and fabulists.

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So long, Kmart. Another change in the making

Kmart is closing. Oh, say it isn't so. I hate to see yet another chain store head to the chopping block.

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Why They Hate Him

As the drumbeat to oust President Trump reaches near fever pitch, it is important for all fair-minded Americans to understand if that happens, America as we know it is finished ... done.

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Column: When one DTO leaves, another is ready to take its place

Drug trafficking organizations have been deeply rooted in American history.

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Column: There’s more than one way to fund the libraries

If a nation expects to be ignorant and free, in a state of civilization, it expects what never was and never will be.” ­– Thomas Jefferson

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Guest Column: Trump Loves Executive Orders Even More Than Obama

Donald J Trump has many tools at his disposal.

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Column: Feeling grateful for law enforcement this week

When it registered with me this week that the ringleader, Omar Antonio Sanchez-Burgos, in MAGNET’s nine-person, multi-location raid Monday reportedly has connections to the Sinoloa cartel, I was stunned.

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Guest Column: Stupid Hostile Media

President Donald Trump drives people crazy.

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Guest Column: Things are Very, Very Bad for Donald Trump

President Donald Trump took to Twitter on Tuesday to call his son, Don Jr. a “great person who loves his country.”

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Guest Column: Americans in Need of a Vacation

Boy, I could use a vacation about now – like millions of other hardworking Americans.

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Guest Column: Jury Duty: Honor Or Agony?

My 3-month stint in the circuit court jury pool has ended without my actually getting picked for a jury, and I’m deeply disappointed.

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Guest Column: Minimum Wage is Cruel to Those it’s Supposed to Help

There are political movements to push the federal minimum hourly wage to $15.

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Guest Column: Zuckerberg for President? Not on His Platform

Mark Zuckerberg, rumored to be (and acting like) a candidate for high office – possibly United States president, recently hosted the Facebook Communities Summit.

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Trump’s Warsaw Speech Was Inspiring

Once upon a time, praising the essence of what is America was a good thing. Normal even.

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Independence is Reason to Celebrate

Did you think about the signing of the Declaration of Independence last week?

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Democrats Will Be Tested as Menendez Stands Trial

On April 1, 2015 U.S. Senator Robert Menendez and codefendant Salomon Melgen were indicted on 22 felony counts of fraud, bribery and related offenses.

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Trump’s Media Flunky Thought ‘He Walked on Water’

With Trump on foreign soil attacking the free and independent press (CNN “has been faking news for a long time,” while NBC “is equally bad”), I’m recommending that you read The New Yorker’s richly-detailed article about The National Enquirer.

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Column: Art is powerful, even more so than words

Visual art comes in all shapes and sizes.