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So what was the big point of Oprah’s “bombshell” interview?

By Michael Reagan, National Columnist March 13, 2021
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My home state of Texas has recently become a national punching bag for politicians and pundits after Mother Nature gave the Lone Star State a giant frozen wedgie in the form of a week-long record winter storm that caused widespread suffering from power outages, water shortages and the closure of most Mexican restaurants.

By Jason Graves, National Columnist March 11, 2021
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We use apps every day without thinking about them too much.

By Dr. Regina Cobb, Arizona State Representative, District 5 March 9, 2021
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We know – or think we know – why so many home-grown goons stormed the U.S. Capitol.

By Dick Polman, National Columnist March 9, 2021
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By all accounts, Arizona has had a rough time through the COVID-19 pandemic.

By PAM KEHALY, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arizona March 6, 2021
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He wasn’t the first governor in the country to lift the mask mandate for his state.

By Michael Reagan, National Columnist March 6, 2021
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Sure, it made the rounds of the “News of the Weird” columns when a Nashville businessman left $5 million in a trust fund for his beloved border collie Lulu.

By Danny Tyree, National Columnist March 4, 2021
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Hello, Mohave County.

By JEANNE KENTCH, Mohave County Assessor March 4, 2021
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Hi, this is Eunice from Diet Center. A study on 1,000 men and women showed that 22% of women and 17% of men practice unhealthy weight-loss methods.

February 27, 2021
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The COVID-19 pandemic has taught us that our health is everything. But some Mohave County residents have had an unfair shot at keeping healthy at the hands of the U.S. Government. Now, in the middle of a pandemic that puts those with preexisting conditions – including cancer – at a higher risk, we have an urgent responsibility to ensure they can access the resources and health-care treatments they deserve.

By U.S. Rep. Greg Stanton (D-Arizona) February 27, 2021
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February 27, 2021
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Arizona is one of the fastest-growing states in the country, with enviable economic expansion and population growth. This growth, however, depends upon steady and reliable sources of water, a precious natural resource that must be sustainably managed.

By Becky Fawson Kingman Area Chamber of Commerce February 27, 2021
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The company has become increasingly desperate to cajole us into getting the repair done.

By Danny Tyree, Syndicated Columnist February 25, 2021
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This legislation imposes a massive land grab of more than 1 million acres and permanently bans mining and other multiple-use activities in an area nearly the size of President Biden’s home state of Delaware.

By Congressman Paul Gosar February 25, 2021
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It’s tempting these days to believe that once COVID-19 is contained, the U.S. economy will bounce back quickly, replenishing jobs and incomes lost in the pandemic. Yet there is an early warning sign that high-demand jobs may be hard to fill when the labor market fully reopens, even with millions of Americans looking for work.

By Dr. Stacy Klippenstein February 23, 2021
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Farmington, a city of 45,000 in the northwestern corner of New Mexico, has run on a fossil fuel economy for a century. It is one of the only places on the planet where a 26-kiloton nuclear device was detonated underground to free up natural gas from the rock.

By Jonathan Thompson Writers on the Range February 23, 2021
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Imagine you go to a hospital for a routine procedure.

By Patricia Kelmar, Arizona PIRG Education Fund February 20, 2021
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His fans knew it was coming, but they were still crushed to hear the news that Rush Limbaugh had died.

By Michael Reagan, National Columnist February 20, 2021
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Despite the efforts of the left, Arizona is a pro-life state.

By SEN. NANCY BARTO and REP. MICHELLE UDALL February 18, 2021
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Presidential honeymoons have remarkably different lengths. President Barack Obama’s honeymoon, at least with the press, began the day he announced his candidacy, Feb. 10, 2007, and the blissful union continues today.

By Joe Guzzardi, National Columnist February 18, 2021
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One of my favorite allegories is the one about the frog in the pot of water, who got used to the slowing rising temperature of a warming pot and ended up boiled to death.

By Christine Flowers, National Columnist February 16, 2021
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Only about 100 people live in Somerset in western Colorado, a former coal company town squeezed into a narrow valley.

By Dave Marston, Writers on the Range February 16, 2021
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With the stroke of several souvenir pens that will likely end up on eBay, President Joe Biden recently enacted sweeping executive orders related to climate change – specifically aimed at saving the arctic tufted titmouse and encouraging the transition of all fuel-burning vehicles to Flintstones cars.

February 13, 2021
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It has come to my attention that the City of Kingman is once again considering impact fees on new residential construction.

By LARRY D. ADAMS, Mohave Valley Contractors Association February 13, 2021
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Whether you read these words before or after Presidents’ Day 2021, be advised that I’m already thinking ahead to Presidents’ Day 2071.

By Danny Tyree, National Columnist February 11, 2021

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