DEAR DR. ROACH: I’ve heard that there are issues with the enzymes, proteins and chemicals that are found in animal meat and plant matter. Somehow, I’m told, it affects a woman’s brain and makes her go crazy when they’re mixed together.
Dear Annie: I am a grandmother who is seeking your advice about my married granddaughter. Her father is my son. Her parents divorced when the children were quite small. My son was awarded custody of my granddaughter and her brother. We did our best to provide help to our son and the children. The mother has a drug addiction. We provided monetarily, we babysat, took them food and did other similar things to help out.
After many hugs and a few tears, he got in his truck and drove east towards Norfolk. Military families know the emotional ups and downs of enlistment, deployment, hellos and goodbyes. They all swirl together with joy, pride, worry, sadness, relief and wonder. S
Dear Annie: My husband and I are very close. We have been married for 27 years and agree on most things and share many common interests. There is only one issue where we differ, and I’d like to hear suggestions for how I can help him to change, so he will join me in my daily walks.
Anyone who has lived in Arizona knows that eventually two topics are bound to come up: the heat and drought.
Ever since he was a little kid learning about the moon landing, Sean Jeralds aspired to be in command of the first mission to Mars.
My cousin committed suicide last month and I can’t understand what happened. She was only 11.
Solid Rock Christian Fellowship invites you to worship with us.
The U.S. Women’s soccer team was showered by a confetti parade on the Canyon of Heroes in New York on Wednesday after winning the World Cup.
Dear Annie: My older brother is disabled. He was quite functional after he first had a stroke, but did not take care of himself.
After a 40-hour delay, Sandra Gronenberg finds herself in Frankfurt without a connecting train ticket.
The final phase of lots has been released at Pronghorn Ranch in Prescott Valley.
This past week, my parents celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary, and I stood in front of the greeting card rack for a very long time.
Dear Annie: I will be moving soon — several states away — and I’m torn about the state of my relationship. I’ve been with my significant other for five years. That’s not something I can easily let go of. But we have been growing apart for some time now, and we’ve discussed that we both feel we’ll break up eventually.
Harvester ants (Pogonomyrmex spp.) are most noticeable in wildland areas by the 4- to 35-foot-wide circular bare spots they create on the soil surface.
Lisa and I live in a 25-year-old house that began to feel old and outdated; so each year, we remodel, update and customize a room to our individual style that genuinely makes the house feel like our home.
It takes just a twist of the wrist to determine when pears are ready to come off the tree.
It’s been said that if you’re not an artist when you first visit San Miguel de Allende, you’ll certainly be one by the time you leave.
Inasmuch as the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality, along with the Asbestos Institute, will be presenting a free seminar in town Thursday, July 18, we felt our column is timely to address a few top questions about asbestos.
A series of three events featuring the work of artist and naturalist Walt Anderson will be featured at the Natural History Institute in Prescott starting on July 19.
The Margaret T. Morris Center celebrated its 20th anniversary on June 26.
The Kiwanis Club of Prescott is a nonprofit organization that raises money to support the children of the community.
The board of directors for Arizona Community Foundation of Yavapai County recently elected William Arnold, Lorna Galeano, and Mark Kille to the board.