Doug Graham is the copy editor for Prescott News Network publications, which includes: The Daily Courier, Prescott Valley Tribune and Chino Valley Review.
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.
Sometimes our world these days seems like such an unfriendly place, with trouble seemingly waiting around every corner and a fog of malaise hanging over everything.
My life continues along its bumpy ride. I spent four days during Christmas week without wheels because my car was in the shop.
More than anything else, Joey enjoyed jumping in the car and driving around with Dad. They went all over town, and Joey got to see new people and new things every time.
It was a plastic model of a Super Guppy, and my brothers and I were more excited about it than any gift under the tree that year. Well, at least until we found out what was beneath the gift wrap.
This column could upset people across the state, all the way to the governor’s office, but its message must be delivered:
NASA’s InSight lander descended onto Mars on Monday, ending a trip of 301,223,981 miles that saw it reach a top speed of 6,200 miles per hour.
Thanksgiving has more than one meaning for Americans.
Big announcement: I “celebrate” my 55th birthday on Friday.
Election Day always makes me reminisce about my years working at newspapers.