I’ve spent the past few days sorting through baseball trading cards, some of which I’ve had for literally a half century, in preparation for our upcoming move a few miles away.
Aside from occupying the White House itself, former president Donald Trump is exactly where he wants to be — at the center of the national political dialogue, a dominating media presence and a controlling influence in the selection of a Republican presidential nominee in 2024.
A “southwester” is defined simply as strong winds from the Southwest. That’s easy enough to understand. Recently, the Williams residence experienced a southwester of magnificent proportions that may set the record for the occurrence of a natural phenomenon within a household.
Last week, the NFL posted on its Facebook page a graphic of Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes and Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts, saying how Super Bowl 57 will be the first Super Bowl to feature two Black starting quarterbacks.
Utah’s Great Salt Lake could disappear within the next five years.
In my first column, I want to address the difference between Actual Science and Activist Science.
It’s tough to decide what’s more odious: Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis’ racist, authoritarian, and nakedly political power play rejecting an Advanced Placement course on African American studies, or the College Board’s cowardly decision to revise the course in the face of this thuggish criticism.
I remember as a child, while visiting my grandparents’ Texas farm one summer, Granny was panicked after receiving a call that their hometown bank may be “insolvent.”
I’m not from Missouri. Heck, I’ve only spent one night in the “Show Me” state, when we were moving out here four years ago.
Not everyone does Valentine’s Day well.
I was recently asked what projects does the town have on its radar for the upcoming year? I know that things seem sometimes to be moving very slowly, but there is quite a lot happening behind the scenes.
It was my good friend’s birthday this past weekend and being the avid explorers that we are, we both wanted to visit somewhere new.
The good news is many Republicans want to leave Donald Trump in the dust. The bad news is so many of them are just as odious.
Recently I presented the State of the City address to business leaders at the Prescott Chamber of Commerce annual meeting.
My Nhan, 65, immigrated to the United States from Vietnam in the 1980s, and made her home in California’s San Gabriel Valley, in a community called Rosemead.
To hear many people in our community talk about it, the Prescott area is close to disaster: too many highways and subdivisions (housing projects), and not enough water.
Enough fentanyl pills flowed through Arizona last year to kill all of the state’s 7 million-plus residents.