At the heart of the rapidly spreading support for “socialism” in the United States is some pretty profound ignorance about business in the country.
Get this: New parents are giving newborns outlandish names – so they’ll stand out on social media.
The decision by the supervisors follows years of disagreements regarding a 2012 decision by the U.S. Bureau of Land Management to block uranium mining claims in an area adjacent to the Grand Canyon and Arizona Strip.
I never thought I’d feel sorry for a billionaire – a $60 billion billionaire.
I hope the document remains locked away unused for many years, but my brother and I finally got around to meeting with a lawyer and helping our mother make out her last will and testament.
I never thought we’d leave Lake Havasu City. It’s a beautiful place to live although my wife and I don’t call it home. We always think of our stay as an extra-long-vacation.
Recently, the USDA Office of Communications announced that that the United Nations has declared 2020 as the International Year of Plant Health.
The national Democratic Party is in full panic now, its leaders in a headlong flight like something from a 1950’s sci-fi flick where terrorized townspeople flee a 10-story tall monster crushing cars and flattening buildings.
The Miner recently posted an article in support of the proposed Veterans Home in Mohave County.
Too often, daily controversies covered on cable television or debated on Twitter fail to reflect issues that matter to everyday families.
Out of all our presidents, not many are suspected of being indifferent to baseball.
This is a story about the Kingman Veterans Treatment Court, a participating Veteran in Justice, and his advocate and battle buddy, his mentor.
I sit typing this column on the 20th anniversary of the massive heart attack that took the life of my father, and “middlebrow” is one of the words that pops into my mind when remembering Dad.
Like many Americans allergic to adulting, I often zone out on Facebook when I should be doing something more useful – like scooping the litter box or lecturing my children about the dangers of social media.
The day my Mother and Father met, he was arguing with some high school friends about whether a slice of lemon would corrode the coating on a porcelain sink.
This edition of County Corner is on Treasury Department items and I’m going to focus on the annual Property Tax Lien Sale.
It started Sunday night with an exciting and hard-fought Super Bowl game, which I was happy to see end with the Kansas City Chiefs defeating the San Francisco 49ers.
Spending a rainy Saturday afternoon reminiscing over congratulatory keepsakes stored in the attic. Clutching vintage Valentines purchased at an estate sale.
When intentional destruction is done to over 70 property owners there needs to be some accountability.
Online comparison sites can be great ways to check out products you want to try or buy.
Maybe Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is bringing me down – or not.
Kobe Bryant managed to remain a local kid with Philly cred long after he left the city for the West Coast.
A truckload of plastics are dumped in the ocean each minute, which yields three Pacific Ocean patches.
Bernie Sanders supporters like to think of themselves as revolutionaries, but what worries Democratic opponents is their more important skill: organizing.
Readers of fine newspapers may recall that last July I unleashed a tirade titled “Slow drivers: are they driving you insane?”