Bubba Jo opines about oppression, discrimination and the planned government sterilization of his family
My name is Bubba Jo and I have lived in Mohave County for more than 20 years
"Captain Butch’s log of the Federation Star Ship Golden Valley, star date 79320.1 (Jan. 19, 2018).
It seems just like yesterday that Chris and I finished taking down the decorations from our 2016 Christmas display, packed them up, put them into storage, and thought we had a year-long breather.
It's emotionally devastating to friends and family when they begin noticing a person has started to have trouble planning and organizing, keeping up with work, completing chores, or following through on plans.
It is better to be safe than sorry because early detection of cancer can possibly lead to a cure.
Not everyone realizes their bodies need water to maintain itself, not only during the hot-dry summer months, but year round.
All too often, seniors trekking into the golden years begin wondering why they have more aches, pains, are always feeling tired, and also begin experiencing medical issues.
Vision is an all-important part of everyday life.
I mentioned to my wife, Chris, a while back that I thought it was time for me to invest in a new chair for my computer desk.
Not every person is taught the right way to eat and what to eat during their formative years, and because of this, their health can suffer and unwanted medical conditions may manifest in later years.
I am all for programs or inventions that help the environment.
January is volunteering and helping others month.
Not many seniors can forget those actors and models that depicted handsome cowboys sitting on their mighty steeds or sitting around a campfire pitching cigarettes in TV commercials, billboards and magazine ads.
Crime prevention is everyone’s responsibility and there are numerous measures seniors can do in order to keep their property and themselves safe.
Many promises have been made by those running for elected office this year. Only time will tell if those who were victorious will follow through with their promises or if they will conveniently suffer a memory loss.
Mohave County has 13,461 square miles, is the second largest county in Arizona and the fifth largest in the contiguous United States. With that amount of land, and a population in excess of 200,000, you're talking about a lot of roads to maintain.
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