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Editorial: Rebuilding America’s infrastructure will prove its exceptionalism

President Donald Trump at his first address to Congress on Tuesday said a lot of interesting things, but the one that caught my attention was his call for a trillion-dollar commitment to rebuilding America’s crumbling infrastructure.

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Editorial: Heroin smacks Kingman in the face

Like a blitzkrieg, one image invaded my thoughts as I read reporter Aaron Ricca’s summary of the Kingman Police Department’s annual report published in Wednesday’s Daily Miner.

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Editorial: What did we learn in a surreal 2016?

Looks like we made another successful trip around the sun.

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Editorial: Christmas with the grandkids in Kingman, Arizona

The bad news is, my daughter had to have surgery four days before Christmas. The good news is, my grandchildren, ages 7, 6 and 18 months, have been staying with their Gram and me and it has been a blast.

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Editorial: It’s Christmastime. Let’s be kind out there.

The city of Kingman was kind enough to send the Daily Miner a Christmas card. So did Mohave County Supervisor Gary Watson.

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Editorial: It’s a RUFFF life, and we’re all to blame

Mohave County should be commended for its rapid response to the Rescue Unwanted Furry Friends Foundation no-kill animal sanctuary in Golden Valley this week.

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Editorial: An era ends on the Kingman City Council

Mayor Richard Anderson’s term has ended after an unsuccessful bid for a second two years at the helm. Vice Mayor Carole Young went out on her own terms after serving on the City Council for years.

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Editorial: Deleted photos tell only half the story

There’s an old saying that suggests when it comes to passion and protest, it all depends on whose ox is being gored.

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Editorial: Post-election Kingman: Winners will have full plates

Today is Sunday, and it is possibly the last quiet day we will see this week.

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Editorial: Forget Clinton, Trump

Other races, issues make the Nov. 8 election important

On Nov. 9, after arguably the most excruciating, divisive and bizarre presidential election season in the history of America comes to its merciful end, will we once again pretend to respect one another or will we continue to stream insults like confetti flying in a Hate Pride tickertape parade?

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Editorial: The non-candidate in the crosshairs

Members of the Kingman Airport Authority probably feel like they’ve traveled back in time to 1944.