John Young: Why don't you keep your Democrat propaganda in Colorado. We here in Arizona and New Mexico know better. We that have lived a few years remember Bill Clinton desecrating the Oval office with immoral behavior and Ted Kennedy driving his car off into deep water and leaving the woman…

Child & Family Resources would like to extend the biggest of thank yous to Freeport-McMoRan Mine and their employees for ensuring every family and their children in the Healthy Families program received Christmas presents. There are 100 families in the program and every family was able t…

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One cannot utter the term “maverick” in Arizona without thinking of former U.S. Senator John McCain. McCain prided himself on being able to buck the system — and his party — whenever he felt it necessary to move good legislation across the finish line or keep bad legislation from becoming law.

President Joe Biden overstated the impact of raising the federal minimum wage to $15, claiming that “if you’re making less than $15 an hour,” and working 40 hours a week, “you’re living below the poverty wage.” Not everyone earning less than that would be below the federal poverty guidelines…

Lawmakers and a new administration are once again at odds over how best to continue the coronavirus relief effort. Congressional Republicans and President Joe Biden don’t see eye to eye on Biden’s proposed $1.9 trillion in COVID-19 related relief. Lawmakers are understandably reluctant to sa…

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While COVID-19 has created disruption, pain and uncertainty throughout our great state, one thing remains clear: Our students’ progress toward their educational goals must continue.

This month of February has a certain day of "Love" in it which we demonstrate to others by our sending of cards through snail-mail and, of course, the electronic social media. When we think about love for any length of time at all we should come to only one ultimate conclusion - that there i…

New Mexico has recently rectified a legal fallacy concerning jaguars, the Endangered Species Act (ESA), and land use. A federal judge from the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals finally overturned the “critical habitat for jaguars” designation of lands in that state. Arizona would be wise to foll…

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It is the first time in a few years that Clifton has come closest to having a winter wonderland. The surrounding hills and steep canyon walls were covered with a heavy blanket of snow Tuesday morning, Jan. 26.

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We’ve published stories of all shapes and sizes on the effects of COVID-19 — from acts of kindness to soaring caseloads, mask mandates, and canceled events. Many of these articles told the stories of local businesses, all of which have made valiant efforts to survive and thrive through the d…

While authorities investigate the presence of suspected incendiary devices at our riot-ravaged Capitol, we can confirm two.