Seems Greenlee County Sheriff Tim Sumner, is having some kind of issue with one of his deputies. In an effort to attract an on-duty officer’s attention, Sumner zoomed past her at 106 mph, after first creeping along at a modest 30 mph (“Sheriff Sumner named in grievance for harassment, speedi…

Wednesday, Dec. 18, 2019, was a somber day in American history. When I was elected to represent Arizona’s First Congressional District in the House of Representatives, I did not expect to be voting on impeachment.

Most Americans, exhausted by Trump’s demagogic lying and relentless pillaging of the values we hold dear, are understandably skeptical that impeachment will cleanse the stench and quash the nightmare. Indeed, that day of reckoning won’t come any time soon. His fact-averse authoritarian enabl…

A 1958 Walt Disney film, “White Wilderness,” prominently featured the small, short-tailed rodents known as lemmings. Inhabitants of Arctic tundra, the fast breeding animals were depicted eating up their food sources, migrating en masse to the sea, and throwing themselves into the water to co…

In this issue, you’ll find a story about the Merry Elfing Project, which hides presents for children throughout Greenlee and Graham counties. When children find the gifts, they can keep it, or re-gift it to another child, perhaps one in a bit more need.

It has probably been with homo sapiens since the days when we lived in dank caves, but it was only after 1995 that the condition was finally given a name.

Last week, a fourth Republican jumped into the race for the congressional seat that represents Greenlee and Graham counties.

This year, I’ve held 26 town halls across Arizona’s First Congressional District. At each and every one, I hear from families, seniors and veterans who are concerned about the overwhelmingly high costs of their prescription drugs.