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Several years ago, I watched a Holocaust denier debate with a Holocaust survivor.
We can learn a lot from the past if we will only pay attention to it.
Arizona and, especially, the City of Kingman have lost a true icon. His love for the City of Kingman and its residents, combined with his concern for its future, were foremost on his mind.
Recently, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has announced it will significantly revise a crucial environmental safeguard
It would honestly appear that our society has truly regressed from having the ability to show respect for one another or to apply “common sense.”
Let me first commend you for publishing the article by Michael Shannon in your Dec. 17 edition.
On Dec. 18, Martin Swanty and Cody Swanty donated a $500 check to the Kingman Elks Lodge No. 468 for the food baskets program now in full swing.
John Micek’s good Monday, Dec. 3 column points out the illogic and impropriety of Trump’s infantile attacks on judges who follow the law and our Constitution by not rubber stamping some of his executive orders.
In reference to the article “Students want ordinance to protect LGBTQ members:”
The decisions we make today determine how global warming will affect us tomorrow and in the future.
In the words of the late, great George Carlin, “I do not torture animals, and I do not support the torture of animals, such as that which goes on at rodeos: cowardly men in big hats abusing simple beasts in a fruitless search for manhood. In fact, I regularly pray for serious, life-threatening rodeo injuries.
This past November, voters, more specifically young voters, turned out in full force at Arizona State University to make their voices heard.
Many thanks go out to the Kingman Elks Lodge No. 468 for the great breakfast and all who served on Veterans Day, Nov. 11.
When will our schools do something about the constant cases of bullying?
Supposedly they ran on health care, but now we hear that their first order of business is going to be getting the president’s tax returns, impeaching Kavanaugh and widening the two-year-old Russia probe.
A few days ago I had a mishap on my motorcycle in the parking lot of the Powerhouse in downtown Kingman. I was at the mercy of a few wonderful folks who I will designate as “Good Samaritans.”
Connie Allen wrote a very nice opinion Tuesday on Free Range cattle. I also wrote one back in August of 2015.
Michael Nelson in his Oct. 30 Community View “Vote with your conscience,” shows an ignorance and confusion that seems more prevalent these days.
Thank you for your article entitled, “Evolution remains public school standard” in the Oct.23 edition of The Daily Miner.
It concerns me to know that the passage of Proposition 127 would cause Arizona’s energy cost to nearly double. I am disabled due to epilepsy and I don’t have an income. We survive on Social Security and VA compensation, so we would not be able to pay a higher energy bill.
Mutt Matchers & Friends would like to thank Mike at Hooch’s for all he does for the non-profits in the Kingman area. Our dog rescue had the month of September at Hooch’s.
President Trump, you tell us how rich you are and how much you want the Mexican wall. You also said your people could build it in one year and cheaper than the government.
I like to think things are picking up in Kingman, and I would imagine the rest of the state is seeing similar trends. Unfortunately, if Prop. 127 passes, it will create unemployment and undue stress on small businesses. I don’t want to see either of these things happen.
The issue of Prop 413, the TPT initiative is really simple. Repeal the Aug. 15, 2017, 1 percent sales tax increase and mandate that all future sales tax increases be placed on the ballot for the vote of the people.
Four things stand out amongst the many statistics set forth by Travis Lingenfelter in his Oct. 14 op-ed piece.
City Council members and City zoning department have shown they are on a quest to increase the population without regard to safety or proper placement and planning of roads and homes.
Nurses take care of people – it’s what we do.
The rule of law is one of the most important reasons why this country is as great as it is.