December 9, 2021

Sharlot Hall Museum

Mini-Exhibit Honors U.S.S. Arizona, 80th Anniversary of Pearl Harbor Attack

A new display is now open at the Sharlot Hall Museum, commemorating the 80th anniversary of the 1941 Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. The mini-exhibit features pieces from the Museum’s collection, including fragments of the U.S.S. Arizona, sunk during the attack. The pieces were a part of the ship’s superstructure, left on Waipahu, Hawaii, after

Economy

‘A series of issues’: Searching for solutions to the global supply chain crisis

It’s the holiday season, but not everyone is merry and bright. That’s because holiday shoppers are paying higher prices and seeing a few more empty shelves this year thanks to a “global supply chain crisis” – a phrase that’s become all-too-familiar at dinner conversations. And as Americans continue to face empty shelves and rising prices

Technology

Can ‘Top Gun’ Training Give U.S., Taiwan Leverage to Keep China at Bay?

It was an image that got the Pentagon’s attention: Satellite photos of targets shaped like an American aircraft carrier and at least two Arleigh Burke-class destroyers on a Chinese military weapons range. The images were made public earlier this month by the U.S. Naval Institute. “What we’re concerned about … is the increasing intimidation and

John Stossel

Opinion: A Different Park

People want “public” rather than “private.” Public is … free, right? Wide open. Sharing. Available to everyone. All good things. “Private” is … selfish, closed, for the rich. Clearly, public must be better. But then why do the words “public toilet” make me cringe? I think: dirty, smelly, ugly, maybe dangerous. Lots of people think

Legal Beat

Appeals court sides with GOP in Arizona voting rules case

A federal appeals court ruled Wednesday that Arizona doesn’t have to give voters who forget to sign their mail ballot time after the election to resolve the issue, rejecting a lawsuit filed by Democrats. The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, in a 2-1 decision, overturned a lower-court ruling that found it’s unconstitutional for Arizona

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