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I’ve had this column on the back burner for a while, but I feel now is the time to share my thoughts on what I think are some of the greatest shows in TV history.

By Aaron Valdez November 29, 2022
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Imagine, if you will, a tranquil late-autumn evening.

By JASE GRAVES, Syndicated Columnist November 29, 2022
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I’ve been a member of the Williams family for about five months now. Let me say right out loud that, yes, I’m a dog, but I prefer the more formal designation of Canis lupus familiaris.

By Wil Williams November 29, 2022
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I didn’t put on the Cardinals-Chargers game Sunday, and it’s not because I grew up as, and still am, a fan of what is now the Washington Commanders.

By Jim Wright November 28, 2022
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Vinyl records are making a comeback, and it’s not just nostalgic old fogies who are driving the trend. According to Readers Digest UK, millennial and Gen Z consumers are digging the distinct sound of vinyl ...

By Tom Purcell November 28, 2022
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The massacre this past weekend at Club Q, an LGBTQ club in Colorado Springs, was hardly shocking given our current politically acrimonious and poisoned climate.

By Elwood Watson November 27, 2022
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It’s easy to understand why conversations have centered on health care in recent years.

By Tim Wiederaenders November 26, 2022
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Thanksgiving came this year with some hopeful news about the purchase of the Gateway Mall and its possible rejuvenation.

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In the smoldering wake of what can only be called a Republican debacle, many pundits much better schooled in politics and history weighed in with their opinions on what happened.

November 25, 2022
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• THANKS – I am very thankful this year.

By Tim Wiederaenders November 24, 2022
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Thursday, if you had a nice meal, thank the Pilgrims. They made Thanksgiving possible.

By John Stossel November 24, 2022
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Today, people from all walks of life - from the many different faiths, races and ethnicities who inhabit this wonderful place we call America - will gather together and give thanks, grateful for the blessings they’ve received over the last 12 months.

By PETER ROFF, Syndicated Columnist November 23, 2022
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Life gives us plenty to complain about, and often that drowns out what we should be grateful for.

By Jim Wright November 22, 2022
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Please pardon me, but I am always overcome by mawkish sentimentality at this time of year.

By Danny Tyree November 22, 2022
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I have yet another outstanding solution to a vexing problem. I know my efforts will be ignored, but I feel an obligation to offer my best thinking anyway.

By Wil Williams November 22, 2022
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My birthday was last Tuesday and there was only one thing I wanted to do to celebrate. And that was to go look at some rocks!

By Aaron Valdez November 21, 2022
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One of the most enduring justifications for a combat operation was uttered by an Army major in the war in Vietnam in 1968: “It became necessary to destroy the town to save it.”

By Carl Golden, Syndicated Columnist November 20, 2022
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In this year’s school board elections as well as the election of the state schools superintendent, a leading platform for some candidates was the elimination of Critical Race Theory (CRT) and Social/Emotional Learning (SEL) from our schools.

By MICHAEL ELLEGOOD, Special to the Courier November 19, 2022
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It’s a helpless feeling when your car won’t start. It’s even worse when you’re waiting to roll through Prescott as Float No. 50 in the Veterans’ Day Parade, and there’s a Vietnam veteran sitting in the front seat next to you looking forward to being a part of it.

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When it comes to sappy holiday movies, you either scorn them as you would another pair of reindeer-themed socks, or you eagerly binge on offerings such as “My Southern Family Christmas,” produced by Hallmark.

By Peter November 18, 2022
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There comes a time in one’s life when change seems to happen more and more.

By Tim Wiederaenders November 17, 2022
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Politicians praise electric cars. If everyone buys them, they say, solar and wind power will replace our need for oil. But that’s absurd.

By John Stossel November 17, 2022
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I’ve been using English all my life, and I still chafe at the rules I have to follow to use it “properly” according to the rule-makers. There are some languages that are more citizen-friendly than ours.

By Wil Williams November 16, 2022
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The whole concept of a bed and breakfast is pretty ingenious, and fits almost perfectly with my lifestyle.

By JASE GRAVES, Syndicated Columnist November 16, 2022
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Majestic mountains are not the only treasure in the Arizona Central Highlands. We are also blessed with some outstanding singing and dancing talent in this region.

By Jim Wright November 15, 2022

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