There is only one way to solve racism:
Law enforcement is a difficult, dangerous job.
So why is our nation now so divided? So predjudiced? So against one another? Why can’t we appreciate the gift of life that unites us all?
Father Mychal Judge was a Catholic priest who served as the chaplain for the New York City Fire Department.
I am getting really fed up with our political unfairness, not to mention unethical decisions that are done.
This year’s race for mayor took a particularly nasty turn last weekend when another paper posted a picture of a check that was given to one candidate that she never cashed.
Driving on Andy Devine, I’m seeing this part of town struggle for an identity. The hard work and dedication in trying to put positive feedback for our beloved town of Kingman has now gotten the brand it was seeking.
Are those running for office afraid, embarrassed or unable to spell Democrat or Republican?
Please enjoy it with my blessings. May God bless you and yours.
It bothered me at the time, and does not surprise me now after returning to Mohave County over 40 years after I left in 1977.
Trump instead used the occasion to self-aggrandize the event, as usual. He is a disgrace to all current military personnel, veterans and all U.S. citizens.
Please consider creating smarter policy concerning security clearances and name it “The Top Secret Security Blabber Mouth Insecurity Clearance Act.”
Being biblically ridiculed is unethical, not to mention acting with a holier-than-thou along with a self-righteous attitude is very unChristian.
I was 10 years old when Frank Esquibel was instrumental in starting Little League in Kingman.
The massacre took place in December 1872 when Yavapai Indians were killed by the U.S. Army in its campaign to clear the way for white settlers.
As I was watching the news on TV, I saw on the ticker tape that the Grand Jury of Pennsylvania, reported 300 Catholic priests for the sexual abuse of possibly thousands of children.
It does not matter what one’s opinion is of the world or of this country, state, city, community or flags. We all have an “opinion” that social media and letters to the editor allow us to express freely and openly. Our Constitution gives us that right to express our ideas, opinions, and thoughts freely and openly.
It seems we’re going to invent or create racial problems here in Kingman, whether they exist or not.
Trump makes a mockery of all brave Americans who have died fighting communist!
Common sense should have told him not to go out on that lake.
As I see news coverage of problems across our country relating to prejudice, I can’t help but wonder why Kingman was recently made the butt of a joke implying that our community is prejudice.
They would not accept my paperwork because they said it was not an original death certificate. So I went home, looked through my papers and found another one from Arizona Department of Health Services.
Consider the irony: The City now has to have the most extravagant fire station possible while pleading poverty and having raised the sales tax.
Thank you, Monica, for your passion and dedication to the City and the people that you were elected to serve, we, the residents of Kingman.
Any law enforcement agency can apply for these supplies virtually without any oversight or accountability measures.
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