The Friday Catchall: OK, so how about some 900-pound elephants, err, trucks in the room?
Although my family recently watched the 1943 “Lassie, Come Home” on TV, we haven’t seen the “in theaters now!” movie “A Dog’s Way Home” yet.
My apologies for repeating the same subject but there’s some info worth sharing.
Just as my annual diet has begun showing promise, my greatest obstacle to success is upon me: Girl Scout Cookie season has begun.
Nearly three years ago, back when President Trump was a candidate, voters were clear on his illegal immigration stance.
If you passed Max Acuna on the street or on your way to work, or any one of those hundreds of places where people cross paths every day, you wouldn’t give the smartly dressed 30-year-old a second look.
Are we capable of connecting two dots? The fake border crisis distracts us from the true national emergency: A suspected Russian asset sits in the White House.
No matter where you look, you can’t escape it.
The long winter at Valley Shutdown is evidently growing more dire for federal employees.
A lot of people now think of Prescott, Arizona, when considering where to retire, glorious downtowns, most romantic, community wellbeing, best value, and best places to see, among others.
It all started in 1896. It ends now in 2019. Here in downtown Chino Valley.
I have decided to start a new custom. Joining the ranks other venerable occasions such as International Louie Louie Day and National High Five Day, I am declaring today as the first-ever Apology Day in the Quad Cities.
There’s a growing conversation about transparency in the City of Prescott’s negotiations with Arizona Eco Development (AED), starting with Tom Cantlon’s column “Closed door negotiations about the Dells are happening now” (Daily Courier, Nov. 27, 2018).
True news: Donald Trump storms out of a White House meeting after he doesn’t get what he wants (billions of dollars for a fake crisis), and tells off congressional Democratic leaders by tweeting, “bye bye.”
We’ll celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday and legacy next week. In these angry and divisive times, we all could benefit by reminding ourselves of his words’ truth, civility and wisdom.
Let’s play a game. I made it up over the holidays. I like to call it, “Name that Socialist.”
Is technology innovation doing us more harm than good? My family offers proof that it is.
Once upon a time, there was a monk sitting under a large, leafy tree meditating.