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No one denies it: Over-consumption of water and extreme drought caused by climate change are realities driving the Colorado River into crisis. But some solutions are better than others.

By Andy Mueller, Colorado River District May 28, 2020
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So many of us are parked in front of our television sets these days, more out of necessity than desire.

By Christine Flowers, National Columnist May 26, 2020
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If you have Medicare and want to be tested for COVID-19, good news.

May 23, 2020
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Nick Culver worked for years to get to this point, endlessly practicing his French horn, performing, and studying theory, all to graduate this month with a music degree from Michigan State University.

By LILLY KOFLER May 21, 2020
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There are two factors in achieving and maintaining good health and a good healthy weight. Just remember five and seven.

By Eunice Mesick, Health & Wellness Writer May 21, 2020
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The policies adopted by Gov. Doug Ducey and his administration during the outbreak of COVID-19 have prevented Arizona’s health care system from being overwhelmed and have kept most of the state’s economy open.

By Glenn Hamer, Arizona Chamber of Commerce and Industry President and CEO May 19, 2020
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On behalf of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, I’d like to thank all those who work in nursing facilities – doctors, nurses, food preparers, housekeepers, and others – for their unwavering dedication to compassionately caring for the vulnerable residents who are relying on them during the COVID-19 pandemic.

By Seema Verma, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services May 19, 2020
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My mother texted me a photograph on Sunday. That doesn’t sound like a newsworthy occasion, but mom had never texted anything to me or anyone else, ever.

By Rich Manieri, National Columnist May 16, 2020
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One of my biggest pet peeves: people who can’t hold up their end of a conversation.

By Danny Tyree, National Columnist May 16, 2020
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The murder hornets don’t stand a chance.

By Tom Purcell, National Columnist May 14, 2020
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A month ago I said it will be the public that makes the decision to reopen America, not the government.

May 11, 2020
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It is no exaggeration to say that a mega-drought not seen in 500 years has descended on the seven Colorado River Basin states: Wyoming, Colorado, Utah, New Mexico, Nevada, Arizona and California.

By Bruce Babbit, Former Secretary of the Interior May 11, 2020
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Recent weeks have seen a lot of changes for the Arizona Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Division. The biggest change was a welcome upgrade of the computer operating system.

By Eric Jorgensen, ADOT MVD Director May 9, 2020
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In a time of great global uncertainty, it is imperative that we take control of our national security by ensuring the domestic production of our key resources.

By Paul Gosar, U.S. House May 9, 2020
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If COVID-19 canceled your travel plans, you are likely disappointed and wondering about refunds, credits or vouchers for plane tickets, cruise bookings, tours and more.

By Namukolo Kasumpa, Federal Trade Commission May 7, 2020
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Ever since our local mayor issued a COVID-19 shelter-in-place-and-go-completely-cocoa bananas order, my family and I have found ourselves cooking more than we have for our entire lives.

By Jason Graves, National Columnist May 7, 2020
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This letter is in response to the Community Viewpoint submitted by J’aime Morgaine and published in the Miner on Sunday, May 3.

May 5, 2020
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I am happy to report that we conducted a very successful Presidential Primary Election in March with our new statewide voter registration system.

By Kristi Blair, Mohave County Recorder May 5, 2020
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When Mary McCord Robinson and I were state legislative candidates, we learned quickly to identify and avoid the “campaign sharks,” those candidates with a pathological need to win no matter what the cost, or how dirty they needed to play. They are the “me first” people, motivated by self-interest and photo-ops. And they are everything that’s wrong with politics and government today.

By J’AIME MORGAINE May 2, 2020
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On Thursday, April 30 I made a statement to the Mohave County Board of Supervisors in reference to my position as Sheriff of Mohave County in response to the governor’s direction for the state as announced via press conference on April 29.

By Doug Schuster, Mohave County Sheriff May 2, 2020
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There are exceptions to every rule, but in general, decade by decade, people grow more mature, stable and mellow as they age.

By Danny Tyree, Syndicated Columnist April 30, 2020
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It’s important to remember that scammers will go to any length to make their message seem real.

By Rosario Mendez, FTC Attorney April 30, 2020
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Our public lands, those lands that every American citizen owns, are uniquely part of our national identity.

By Michael Cravens April 30, 2020
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Together we can get through this – divided, we shall see devastation as we have never seen in this lifetime.

By Sharon Weber April 28, 2020
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The progressives insist that purity of ideology and action is the sole path to constructing a government suitable to today’s needs.

By CARL GOLDEN, Syndicated Columnist April 28, 2020

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