Editorial Cartoon: Jan. 4, 2019
Some clarity is in order to shine the clearest light possible on the American Civil Liberties Union of Arizona challenge to Mingus Union High School’s badge identification policy.
The First Annual Christmas Bicycle Cheer went fantastic.Though we didn’t hit a 100 bicycles, we came so close and delivered nearly 60 bikes to local children.
Thank you to who all donated their time ringing bells for The Salvation Army during this past holiday season in front of Camp Verde’s Bashas’ Store.
I have to give grudging respect to Donald Trump and his art of the deal. Trump is very good at baiting people into his web.
Opinion: Editorial Page Cartoon Jan. 2, 2019
As is the case with any conflict, there is probably a middle ground that eases the concerns about Mingus Union High School’s student identification badges short of doing away with the badges altogether.
Though books about history -- by writers such as David McCullough, Ron Chernow, Doris Kearns Goodwin and others -- sell briskly, the future of the past in American life is facing some stern mathematics.
Editorial Page Cartoon Dec. 30, 2018
There are some good lessons – and some not so good – about kids and the way they establish and follow through on the goals they set for themselves.
There are large cracks in 3 of the 4 courts.
Arizona music legend passes
If I could, I would build an Arizona musical Mount Rushmore.
Editorial Cartoon: Dec. 26, 2018
It’s hard to imagine an elected body coming into office with more problems to solve than those confronting the Mingus Union School Board.
I hear the talking heads claiming that the American people looked at Jim Mattis as a stabilizing influence on the president. Nah. For all the good the Press and Media do, they don’t give me that intimate a look at the workings of my government.
I’m heartened that a concerted regional effort was made to obtain this grant, but am left wondering why funds couldn’t be used for our more pressing transportation problems.
Editorial Page Cartoon: Dec. 23, 2018
AND it came to pass in those days, that there went out a decree from Caesar Augustus, that all the world should be taxed.
I do not need a half a page to contradict Mr. Michael Westlund. What he needs is a little common sense.
Historical perspective is useful, especially when it informs the future. Yavapai College is celebrating its 50th year in 2018, and this golden anniversary milestone provides a useful retrospective.
In August of 2016, I wrote a tribute to my best friend, Ricky. He changed my life in such a profound way, it helped me to cope with his loss by putting my feelings for him in writing.
Editorial Cartoon: Dec. 19, 2019
Here in the Verde Valley, an abundance of Forest Service land and somewhat lax regulation created an opportunistic solution to folks challenged by the supply-and-demand realities of the local housing market.
As is so typical of the Trump-hating Liberal Left, the title “Tide of truth on climate change keeps rising” for the piece by the Roberts duo was classic bait & switch. This op ed wasn’t so much about climate change, which is a fallacy. It was an attack on our president, and the claims in those attacks were equally fallacious.
Opinion: Editorial Cartoon Dec. 16, 2018
- Get ready for Super blood wolf moon
- Davis, Hisrich voted off Camp Verde Planning and Zoning
- Camp Verde prepares eighth Martin Luther King Jr. march
- Cottonwood man gets 12 years for child exploitation
- Letter: Questionable decisions by Camp Verde Town Council
- WATCH: Hundreds turn out for the 2019 Sedona Women's March
- Man sentenced to 17 years in death of infant son
- Flagstaff Family Care expands medical services to Sedona
- County P&Z rejects Rojo Grande after 8-hour meeting
- Mural ‘grows’ on Main Street
- Guzman arrested for aggravated assault; accused of stabbing woman
- Camp Verde Marshal investigating Out of Africa wallet theft
- Partial government shutdown: What parks are still open in Arizona?
- BECOMING A REALITY: Camp Verde Parks and Rec celebrates sports complex, return of summer day camp in 2018
- Camp Verde ‘encourages development’ in coming year
- Citizen helps in arrest of three felons
- Construction industry ‘begging’ for workers
- Clarkdale police report vehicle rolls into Verde River
- Former Camp Verdean takes on ‘Titan’ challenge
- Mary Newton recognized as emergency number professional