Editor: As one calamity after another grabs our attention, how are we to respond? Racial protests break through pent-up frustration over COVID-19, and extreme temperatures, fires, and floods are threatening.
Editor: President Trump’s Republican allies and minions, Senator McSally, Rep. Paul Gosar among them; lie and divert attention from the President’s failures almost as well as he does.
Social media has given everyone with an opinion the power of both anonymity and number.
Oh, how things can change in a few days.
In our known universe, there is no such thing as a perfect vacuum. Wikipedia states that even outer space is not technically as vastly empty as it appears:
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Finally! After nearly three decades of pleading to deaf Republican and Democratic congresses for a fair shake, American workers can celebrate.
Our government leadership in the Quad Cities seems to be either too focused on party politics or they are zeroing in on economics and “personal responsibility,” when it comes to mask mandates — or the lack thereof.
Does anyone know where I can find a BLM rule book? I need help determining which Black lives really matter.
I will always stand and show my respect for our flag and national anthem!
The 133rd edition of the “World’s Oldest Rodeo” is just a few days away, but despite COVID-19 (coronavirus) numbers climbing in the state of Arizona, as they say, the show must go on.
Two years ago a small black and white “tuxedo” female cat showed up at our home in a very ‘delicate condition.’ She was blown up like a basketball and signs were present indicating the immediate addition of more kittens to our neighborhood.
Regarding Prescott council vote on the AED letter of intent, I fear once again that the city council has sold the citizens of Prescott out.
It’s no secret mandating masks is a partisan issue. We know where our local leaders fall on these party lines, and I’m disappointed by what seems to be a greater concern for reelection and their careers than the health of the public.