Arizona is among the worst in the nation in funding public education and teacher pay.
People who are trying to turn their lives around need the support of the community, the encouragement of their neighbors, and a lot of personal dedication.
Imagine for a second you are in charge of a school district in the White Mountains of Arizona and you look outside to see a dozen inches of fresh snow.
The Arizona Legislature is considering a ban on texting while driving for teenagers with probationary driver’s licenses, and the story is all too familiar.
Make punishment fit the crime
As the Arizona Legislature plows into its 2017 session, among the bills introduced so far is one that’s leaving us scratching our heads.
Chino Valley Town Councilmember Lon Turner’s look said more than his words. He had just asked Ruth Mayday, the town’s director of development services, if he would need a permit to fly his American flag if Council passed the revised signage ordinances she brought before them.
David Brinkley is willing to spend hundreds of thousands of dollars to bring motorsports back to the region at Chino Valley’s Old Home Manor.
It wasn’t until after graduating from college that I noticed my favorite authors all had something in common.
One of my all-time favorite television shows is “The West Wing.” In one episode, Six Meetings Before Lunch, Sam Seaborn makes both of these statements:
Point/Counterpoint: Associate Editor Ken Sain and Editor Robin Layton discuss the future of shopping when drones are delivering your purchases.
A 28-year-old North Carolina man walked into a Washington, D.C. pizza restaurant with an assault rifle.
I’m thankful that the Internet didn’t exist (as it does today) when I was a teen.
All writers struggle to find the right words at times, but this is different.
The Washington Post published a story last week featuring the king of fake news, Paul Horner.
We are all Americans and even after a tough election, we need to find ways to work together. Our country so desperately needs to come together after more than two decades of divisiveness.