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International Day of Peace slated

Dear Editor, On Sept. 21 it once again is time for our annual peace rally! This local event will honor the International Day of Peace that was declared internationally in 1981. The observance of this event will be held in Kingman at Locomotive Park from 11:30 to 1:00. Come join other like-minded peace loving people […]

Vigilante committee?

Dear Editor, In light of the indifference of the District Attorney and Sheriffs Office about felonies against average people, perhaps it is time to consider forming vigilante committees to offer law and justice for citizens not considered worthy of protecting by the county. Tim Wagner

Food bank needs your donations

Dear Editor, We need your help for the holidays! Hunger is one of the greatest threats to our community. But you can help! Every dollar you donate provides help for your neighbors. Together, we can ease hunger in the Kingman Area. Please consider making a donation NOW! You can help a family have a more […]

Mitch McConnell – does he really feel like working?

Dear Editor, Is Senator Mitch McConnell too old to serve in the United States Senate? The same question is being asked of California U.S. Senator Dianne Feinstein, President Joe Biden, and even former President Donald Trump. How old is too old? Some people are old and sickly by the time they are fifty or even […]

Suicide Prevention: The vital role of mental health first aid

Dear Editor, We live in a fast-paced and interconnected world where the issue of mental health has gained significant attention. The importance of mental health is no longer confined to the realm of healthcare professionals alone; it has become a concern for society as a whole. National Suicide Prevention Month is a time to shed […]

Barker, Buffett, Richardson and Extraordinary Lives 

Dear Editor, Jimmy Buffett, Bob Barker and Bill Richardson all died recently. They all had one thing in common. They lived extraordinary lives.  Buffett had become a billionaire. He had amassed his fortune by capitalizing on his song, “Margaritaville.” His hotels, restaurants, resorts and even retirement communities were hugely successful. In his later years, he […]

Biden, Trump and World issues, fervor or fever?   

Dear Editor, Every day in America we hear the names of Biden and Trump mentioned on various news television or radio stations. We daily hear about the struggles of Ukraine and Russia. Border security, illegal immigrants, inner city issues and China are almost daily themes.  How could we ever get through a day in America […]

Maui, Devastation can happen anywhere

Dear Editor, Maui has long been the go-to destination for millions to experience paradise.  Life has changed.  Maui is now the site of the deadliest fire in modern U.S. history. At this writing, over 90 persons are been reported dead. The lovely town of Lahaina is nothing but charred remains and embers.  The news reports of […]

Want a friend? Be a friend

Dear Editor, You may have heard this before. I went out to find a friend a none were to be found. I went out to be a friend and found them all around.  Where do you find friends? Your best friends may be your family. You may be close to siblings, cousins, and others related […]

BLM fails to respond to questions regarding horse and burro

Dear Editor, Not everyone is aware of what a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request is and what it requires a government agency to do if they receive one. Since 1967, the FOIA has provided the public the right to request access to records from any federal agency. It is often described as the law […]

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