Milo, you blew it.
The 15-year-old neighbor boy knocked on my door one day.
Michael, my roommate when we were both at Arizona State University, texted me soon after the election.
This is actually the second version of this column. The first took some swipes at conservatives that did nothing to enhance our political discourse, but it made me feel good for a moment and temporarily appeased my anger.
I met a young man, let’s call him Sam, who is a student at Arizona State University. We had a lot in common, including both being Sun Devils, Doctor Who fans and love of movies and video games.
When the Arizona Cardinals were in the Super Bowl in 2008, people came up to congratulate me.
I’ll confess, I’ve never touched a bridal magazine. In fact, I’ve never even looked in that direction on the magazine rack.
A role reversal is about to take place in American politics.
Eight years ago I was among those freezing on the Mall as Barack Obama took the oath of office.
Residents express concerns about traffic, water
When Hawksnest was first proposed in 2006, it was envisioned to become Chino Valley’s first gated community.