For more than a year, our country longed for the economy to restart.
Mohave Community College is looking forward to a new academic year with great anticipation, made even more exciting as we continue to celebrate the 50th anniversary of this college.
While in Santa Claus, Indiana to cool off at Holiday World, the Tyree family took a side trip to tour the Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial in nearby Lincoln City.
Will Donald Trump’s endorsements in the 2022 Republican primaries be a double-edged sword for the party?
Even with this year’s emotionally jarring MLB season – featuring widespread fan misbehavior, COVID-19 postponements, and a game suspension caused by a shooting in Washington, D.C. – it’s generally accepted (as stated by Jimmy Dugan in the film “A League of Their Own”) that “There’s no crying in baseball.”
I never had a typical drive home from school.
After the NFL became a bastion of gridiron “wokeness,” I basically stopped paying attention.
Hikers are flooding our public lands, so I ask the question: Why can’t people just leave the poor rocks alone?
My family took the easy way out – again.
I don’t know how long I’ll be able to take the Tokyo Olympics.
Car buyers are getting crushed by the rapid increase in the cost of new and used cars, but my dad’s old-school negotiating techniques might offer some relief.
When is enough, enough?
Now that Joe Biden doesn’t have to wear a mask in public, I’m back to staring at his teeth.
The wall between the United States and Mexico has come to stand for desperation and suffering for many people.
Life is returning to normal. But where dental health is concerned, normal may not be good enough.
Retailers of all shapes and sizes across the Grand Canyon State have been working hard to help local communities return to normal, re opening their doors, reigniting job growth, and reinvesting in their own operations in order to continue supporting a stronger, more resilient economy across the state.
It’s an old dream of mine and I just may do it: Buy a travel trailer and live on the American road for weeks at a time.
Austin, Texas, is a city of paradoxes.
On May 9, protected by neoprene, I bobbed around in a flooded canyon in Utah’s Lake Powell.
President Biden, shortly after taking office, issued an executive order that sets into motion the administration’s goal of conserving 30% of the nation’s land and waters by 2030 – or, as it’s commonly called, the “America the Beautiful” initiative or “30-by-30” plan.
“You load 16 tons and what do you get? Disability payments and not a Corvette.” – with apologies to Tennessee Ernie Ford.
Unprecedented drought conditions are spreading across Arizona and the Western U.S. Nearly 95% of land in Arizona is in severe, extreme or exceptional drought, and more than 90% of the West is covered by some category of drought.
Robert Boslett Jr.’s letter – “An eye for an eye,” July 4 Kingman Miner – states that in his opinion “there would be less murders if people know if they get caught they are going to die.”
Every night, just before bed, he’d thank his bride of 70 years for giving him another wonderful day on Earth.