Column: On polio and pulling together

She came home with a high temperature, feeling very ill.

Column: Trump’s telling feud with a grieving family 

On Oct. 4, U.S. Special Forces troops on a mission in southwestern Niger were ambushed by militants, resulting in the deaths of four U.S. service members and an ally from a partner nation.

Column: Virginia governor’s race is the establishment’s revenge

November’s off-year Virginia governor’s race is what conservatives would have faced in 2016 if Trump had done a Hillary as he descended the escalator for his announcement and wound up in A Place for Mom instead of the Oval Office.

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Column: Arizona wants corporations, but forgot one thing

Amazon announced plans to open a second world headquarters and promised $5 billion in investments, causing cities across North America to come up with innovative ideas the company to bring those 50,000 “high-paying” jobs to their town.

Column: Hollywood: It’s time to start naming names

We know many Hollywood moguls are infamous for taking advantage of aspiring young actresses. 

Column: The benefits of quietude

It seems natural when we’re in the midst of pursuing our careers and building our families to be pretty much constantly in motion.

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Column: ‘A thousand question marks’

Several years ago a young crime victim in our community was violently assaulted twice in less than four months by her common-law spouse.

Column: CNN’s latest smear

Did you happen to catch CNN’s latest smear?

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Friday Catchall: Give and take — it never ends for taxes, food and APS

The Friday Catchall this week is about giving and taking: • TAXES – We hate ’em and the government wants them.

Column: Is ‘Trunk or Treat’ a Halloween heresy?

My family will be participating in two or three “trunk or treat” activities this month, but I’ve learned that the trend of going from car to car in a designated parking lot to collect candy is still very controversial.

Column: The NFL Follies

The American Patriot’s Daily Almanac is a website by Bill Bennett and John T.E. Cribb that publishes historical events that happened every day in American history.

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Column: Choosing between a roof over your head, and health insurance

'Raising Prescott'

The astronomical cost of health insurance in today’s society has parents and their families from all walks of life seriously questioning whether they can afford it.

Column: White Supremacists reject Christianity

White supremacists don’t like Christian principles or basic American values, but their ideas are spreading and mingling with the edges of traditional conservativism, so traditional conservatives need to clearly know the difference and make their position known.

Talk of the Town: Water for the Deep Well Ranch

The Deep Well Ranch’s plans for the development of 1,800 acres of once open ranch-land into a sprawling urban landscape of around 10,500 dwellings is hard to imagine.

Column: Republicans decide sex harassment is very, very bad

Wow, isn’t it amazing how the GOP and Donald Trump Jr. are suddenly rocking the sexual harassment issue, now that deposed Hollywood mogul and liberal donor Harvey Weinstein has been outed as a serial pig?

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Column: Boy Scouts are simply trying to survive

I have vague recollections from my freshman year of everyone at Washington High School in Phoenix leaving class to go stand on Glendale Avenue so we could wave to President Gerald Ford as his motorcade drove past.

Column: There is no personal information

Your personal information is most likely out there for criminals to use.

Column: Rational or irrational?

Remember Bertrand Russell’s statement? “It has been said that man is a rational animal.

Column: Prescott property tax – the fairest tax

Prescott has one of the lowest property taxes in the state and is limited by state law to increase the tax no more than 2 percent in any fiscal year.

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Friday Catchall: Hear NIMBYs roar in this nanny state

The Friday Catchall: • NOISE – Music (rather, its noise) took center stage at the Prescott City Council meeting Tuesday, when the city’s noise ordinance was up for review.

Column: This has nothing to do with profanity

The recent article about the filing of a lawsuit against Rep. Gosar over his blocking of constituents on social media was published in four different northern Arizona newspapers, including The Daily Courier.

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Column: ‘Only the Brave’ is not for everyone

My take: Good movie, wrong time.

Column: If they want to leave, let them

The United States was born when the Founding Fathers seceded from England.

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Column: Don’t overreact to your school’s grade, it is Arizona after all

'Raising Prescott'

Monday’s official release of the Arizona State Board of Education’s letter grades for schools statewide has undoubtedly sparked plenty of water-cooler talk between parents, administrators, teachers and community leaders alike in the past 48 hours.

Column: Trump’s response to Puerto Rico is worse than embarrassing

It is a luxury to be embarrassed by President Trump.