I’m not sure this column has ever had a real purpose, but today’s investigative reporting intends to clear up the issue of … ambrosia.
I strive to maintain dignity on a daily basis.
Humanity evolves every second of every day of every year we’re on this planet, constantly breaking barriers of old truths and advancing toward newly discovered paths using the knowledge gained by those who came before.
The Chino Valley Morning Lions Club is at it again. On Sept. 2, the Morning Lions will sponsor the 31st Annual Territorial Days celebration complete with a parade, a pancake breakfast at the Senior Center, a raffle drawing and a craft fair in Memory Park.
Usually it takes a lot of boring three-yard runs and a thick cloud of dust to drive any important piece of legislation across the goal line in Washington.
Think of a cowboy. I’m talking about the real kind, the kind that rode for the brand on the ranches and the acres throughout the Old West.
Believe it or not, my only college-era clash with school authorities erupted because the campus was experiencing growing pains.
I remember way back in 1960s Columbus, Ohio, when my cousin and I decided to write messages in code to each other.
I’ve always been concerned about making rash decisions.
Like everyone else, I too have been shrouded in a cloud of exhaust from a diesel vehicle as one takes off in front of me from a stop.
I’m amazed by the number of gear heads and classic vehicles in and around Chino Valley.
I just watched a YouTube video of Admiral William H. McRaven talking about life-lessons learned in the military.
Should conservatives shut up about Nancy Pelosi or keep her in their public spotlight?
As many Americans were anticipating the Civil War, a game called rounders was invented.
Long before adulthood and reality teach us otherwise, one of the greatest aspects of being young is that no limits have been placed on our dreams.