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.
Out of high school, Jean Wilcox said she received a full scholarship to Tufts University in Boston, which has consistently been ranked among the top schools in the nation.
Most people remember fondly their living arrangements in college, despite the often cramped dorm rooms and a diverse cast of roommates.
They may have some disagreements on policy or the future they envision for Prescott, but the two candidates to be the city’s next mayor both became interested in public service because of their love for nature and its resources.
Patriotism is easy when there is no cost to you. True patriotism shows when there is a cost, when it hurts to show how much you love your country.
In a few weeks early voting begins (Oct. 11) for the Prescott city general election and voters have to be wondering, why are we doing this again?
There is a street in Washington, D.C., where transgender prostitutes loiter, working for a living. When I worked at the Washington Blade newspaper, we did many stories on these kids, for in many cases, that is who they are.
An actual comment to our newsroom: “Compare President Trump’s quick response to Harvey with the dismal response of Obama to Katrina! Yet, no word of praise for our President! Anyone else sick of liberals yet?”
I have this image of Vladimir Putin sitting back, sipping vodka, and smiling as he catches up on the news from the United States.
It’s difficult for me to understand my position on removing Confederate monuments because two core parts of who I am are in conflict.