On Tuesday, Feb. 13, eight students from Paradise Valley High School placed their backpacks on the ground, then laid down on the floor.
Poll: How would you prefer to fund necessary road improvements or the Highway Patrol?
If it looks like a duck, feels like a duck, and sounds like a duck, it might be a duck.
Paul Gosar was elected to represent the people of this district as our representative in Washington, D.C. His words and actions reflect on all of us.
Thankfully, tragedies do not happen every day.
The headline said it all: “Government shutdown begins and so does the finger-pointing.”
It is becoming clear that election season has begun in Arizona. One needs to look only at the actions of those with the most to gain or lose.
We like to tell ourselves that something good must come from tragedy.
Sen. Steve Yarbrough is retiring as the executive director and general counsel of the Arizona Christian School Tuition Organization.
On Tuesday, a man did what so many of us have done. He went to the elementary school near his house, sat in the audience with other proud parents, and then watched as his 6-year-old son and his classmates put on the school’s Christmas pageant.
Transitions are never easy, and it’s beginning to look like this region is entering one that has already caused a great deal of angst among residents.
The first step to addressing a problem is recognizing you have one.
“Nearly all men can stand adversity, but if you want to test a man’s character, give him power.” — Abraham Lincoln
The greatest poets and musicians in history have tried to unravel the mysteries of love for centuries.
Advocates for Individuals with Disabilities (AID) agreed to a deal with Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich last week that will end a rash of lawsuits against Arizona businesses in state courts.
America loves redemption stories, our history is filled with them.