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Yellowstone National Park turns 150 years old this month – a milestone truly worth celebrating.

By Todd Wilkinson, Writers on the Range March 8, 2022
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Last week we wondered what President Biden was going to say in his first State of the Union address that was new, upbeat or important.

By Michael Reagan, National Columnist March 5, 2022
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I despise airing my dirty laundry in public, but I’ll make an exception for kvetching about my clean laundry.

By Danny Tyree, Syndicated Columnist March 5, 2022
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Five years ago a sports injury forced me to wear a light brace on my knee.

By Peter Funt, Syndicated Columnist March 3, 2022
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Eighty-year-old Roger Hill used to go fishing on the Arkansas River in Colorado.

March 3, 2022
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I’m writing this as Vladimir Putin is eating up Ukraine.

By Christine Flowers, National Columnist March 1, 2022
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Valentine’s Day and other time-sensitive topics delayed my writing about this, but a few weeks ago marked the 50th anniversary of the death of my grandfather, Carl Spencer Tyree.

By Danny Tyree, National Columnist February 24, 2022
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Ah, what a beautiful day!

By Pepper Trail, Writers on the Range February 24, 2022
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From the time that I was still being knit together in my mother’s womb with some defective parts God had left over after making my big brother (he made me write that part), I’ve been attending Southern Baptist churches.

By Jase Graves, Syndicated Columnist February 22, 2022
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He almost gave heart attacks to two old ladies and a one-eyed cat the other day.

By SLIM RANDLES February 19, 2022
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My son Cameron and I can hardly wait for President Biden’s upcoming State of the Union address.

By Michael Reagan, National Columnist February 19, 2022
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From time to time, I attempt to make this column more interactive – soliciting reader comments on burning questions such as “Which songs make you cry?” “What was your favorite summer vacation?” “Does this font make me look fat?,” etc.

By Danny Tyree, National Columnist February 17, 2022
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This time last year, I was doing a legal “water drop” on public land close to our border with Mexico, visiting as an unofficial and self-funded reporter to learn more about this local effort.

By Laura Pritchett, Writers on the Range February 17, 2022
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It’s not masks that those rebel Canadian truckers are against.

By Michael Reagan, National Columnist February 15, 2022
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Some environmental groups and water honchos have sponsored a “Rewilding of Glen Canyon” contest, with the winner getting $4,000 “and counting.”

By Dave Marston, Writers on the Range February 12, 2022
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I have a problem. I misplace my wallet – a lot.

By Jase Graves, National Columnist February 12, 2022
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Mohave Community College is starting 2022 with many wonderful opportunities for students and community members, thanks in large part to our partnerships with business, industry, government and education leaders who understand the value and benefits the college brings to the MCC district.

By Dr. Stacy Klippenstein, Mohave Community College President February 10, 2022
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The Mohave County Treasurer’s Office is quite busy this coming month and we are excited about sharing some of the issues we are working on.

By JEANNE KENTCH, Mohave County Assessor February 10, 2022
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Everyone’s watching Russia to see what its thug-for-life, Vladimir Putin, is going to do in Ukraine.

By Michael Reagan, National Columnist February 8, 2022
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I dare you to google news about Valentine’s Day. Faster than you can say “Romeo and Juliet,” you’ll be inundated with results for “romantic getaways.”

By Danny Tyree, National Columnist February 5, 2022
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The 2020 presidential election, and the intense debate that has continued for more than year after its conclusion, have invariably led to new proposals to affect future national elections.

By Matt Mackowiak, Syndicated Columnist February 3, 2022
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Boy, it didn’t take long for right wing activists and pundits to jump into attack dog mode once President Biden announced he would nominate a Black woman for the Supreme Court seat being vacated by retiring Justice Stephen Breyer.

By Elwood Watson, Syndicated Columnist February 3, 2022
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It’s February, the month we celebrate the achievements and history of Black Americans.

By Wayne Hare, Writers on the Range February 1, 2022
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The good news is I’m feeling a lot better than I did on Sunday.

By Michael Reagan, National Columnist January 29, 2022

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