For various reasons, my graduating class has seen two milestone anniversaries sail by without a class reunion materializing.
Talking on the phone with my niece one night she began telling me what was on her heart.
It was two days of contrast that tell us about America 2019.
Thoughts and prayers, we are often reminded, only go so far.
A recent Miner article described a meeting of some local residents as the “Kingman Freethinkers.”
Twelve years ago, when I first visited the Little Sisters of the Poor (LSP) retirement home in Pittsburgh, I was overcome with peace and calm.
Normal people who attempt to follow environmental news are faced with the unsavory choice of listening to the hysterics or the hypocrites.
Despite only knowing him for a brief time, one man made such an impression on me that my first thought when I learned of his death was “Well, now my mother has great company in Heaven.”
Since the earliest settlers, the people who flocked to what became the United States of America did so in pursuit of the opportunity for self-government.
Gathering at the watering hole has been done as far as I can remember in our history. Back in our rootin’ tootin’ days it was a local saloon or the “church committees,” and the local store was where you could enjoy a pickle from the pickle barrel and hear all the local events.
My name is Jake and you’ve probably never met me or even heard of my plight.
My family is currently experiencing an outbreak of a condition most parents dread.
I recently I met with Tucson resident, Maggie Dickens, whose parents tragically lost their entire life savings – more than $750,000 in a devastating scam.
Did President Donald Trump launch his Twitter barrage at Elijah Cummings simply because the Baltimore congressman was black?
I'm a big softie when it comes to children's books. I remember my first library card (TWO trips to the library that glorious day!), and my held-together-with-duct-tape childhood copy of Little Golden Book "Danny Beaver's Secret" (sits proudly on my writing desk.)
Wow! It is hard to believe some of the information that came out of the recent Mohave Republican Forum.
A phone scammer made a mistake when he called my mother.
We all know her, the mother who is sleep deprived, holding a crying infant while she attempts to grocery shop, support her other children, feed her family, and all of the other daily tasks she is responsible for handling.
Netflix’s monster (literally) hit series “Stranger Things” has just wrapped up its third season.
During a recent meeting with the Department of Homeland Security, the State Department and about 20 other representatives from agencies involved in immigration, the Trump administration floated the idea of zero refugees in 2020.
Mayor Pete Buttigieg, the Democrats’ wunderkind from South Bend, Indiana, has made only a modest mark in national polls, yet he’s a boffo attraction in Iowa as well as in California, where he’s the favorite among Hollywood’s glitterati.
Backers of Palo Christi called for changes to the school board's proposed bond, asking for the scope of the bond to be reigned in to focus on saving Palo Christi.
Yes, rules don’t have to be negative where weight loss is concerned.
“What to buy (and not to buy) at the dollar store,” blared the headline for a Washington Post analysis of retail chains such as Dollar Tree and 99 Cents Only.