I’ve never been a huge fan of hot chocolate. For some reason, I don’t enjoy cauterizing the inside of my mouth after being duped by the deceptively-tepid whipped cream or marshmallow topping.
Groundhog Day cannot come soon enough.
A week after Joe Biden became president, he signed Executive Order 14008, which announced his commitment to protect 30 percent of U.S. land and water – 41.5 million acres per year – by 2030.
Moab, Utah, gets just eight inches of rain per year, yet rainwater flooded John Weisheit’s basement last summer. Extremes are common in a desert. Rain and snow are rare, and a deluge can cause flooding.
According to a recent Wall Street Journal article, the demand for older models in the fashion and cosmetics industries is exploding.
Is Davos over yet?
Mohave Community College is excited about all our accomplishments in 2022 and we look forward to 2023 being a year of expanded academic and workforce training opportunities that will benefit students, business and industry, the healthcare sector and citizens throughout the college district.
Don’t worry, America.
Some people have become so alarmed by what children might read in school or in libraries that they want books they don’t like removed – immediately.
The Mohave County Assessor’s office is ready for 2023.
I’m writing this regarding the City of Kingman’s 2023 capital allocation plans, repeal of Prop 415, and the possible cancellation of the downtown improvement project.
In the 1980s, I repeatedly watched a recorded copy of the film “Escape from New York” on my family’s Panasonic VCR – complete with tuning knobs the size of hubcaps.
It hard to tell what’s changing faster, the weather or words used to describe it.
When you have the beginning of a cold, nothing sparkly to wear and you really hate New Year’s, you watch television.
Finally, after a 50-year effort, four massive dams on the Klamath River in northern California and Oregon will start coming down in July.
The new year reminds me of that classic “Twilight Zone” episode starring Burgess Meredith as a put-upon bookworm.
It’s been a political clown show.
Earlier this month, Grace Stanke, a 23-year-old nuclear engineering student from Wausau, Wisc., was crowned Miss America 2023.
Many Western states have declared they will achieve all-renewable electrical goals in just two decades.
Barbara Walters might never have become a powerful force in broadcast journalism had she lacked the chutzpah to extract a promise from her bosses at NBC News in 1973.
Earmarks are back and they’re costing American taxpayers a bundle.
I won’t hazard a guess as to whether it achieves immortality like “grassy knoll” or “hanging chads,” but surely the phrase “bomb cyclone storm” will remain in the public consciousness of those who endured its cruelties.
Decades ago, Holocaust scholar Hannah Arendt warned: “The ideal subject of totalitarian rule is not the convinced Nazi or the convinced Communist, but people for whom the distinction between fact and fiction, i.e. the reality of experience and the distinction between true and false, i.e., the standards of thought, no longer exist.”
Planning to buy things like new clothes or electronics for the holidays, but want to pay later?