December 20, 2021


Phoenix Man Shot and Killed in Chino Valley

On 12/19/2021 at approximately 10:06 am, Chino Valley Officers were dispatched to a residence in the 1500 block of Golden Drive, in Chino Valley. There had been reports of a shooting that had just occurred at the location, with one person reportedly being shot. When officers arrived, they found a 47-year-old male, who is a


Gosar Defends Wreaths Across America

Every Christmas season, on Wreaths Across America Day, thousands of grateful volunteers at Arlington National Cemetery, and other cemeteries across the country, place wreaths on the hundreds of thousands of graves to honor and respect our nation’s fallen heroes. Wreaths Across America Day is recognized this year on December 18th. Unfortunately, Mr. Biden’s woke Department of


Pregnant people aren’t getting COVID vaccine, health providers worry

Giggles fill the room as Ruth Melgar tickles her infant son and gives him kisses. Her 3-year-old son stands by the bed and watches his little brother in amazement. But just a few months ago, with COVID-19 infections surging again, Melgar worried about getting vaccinated while pregnant. Eight months into her pregnancy, at one of


Opinion: College Students Not Immune to Big City Violence

Four college students. In four big cities. All were murdered on or near campus in November or early December. The cases: Temple University student Samuel Collington was shot and killed by a 17-year-old during an attempted carjacking after returning to Philadelphia following Thanksgiving break. Collington had just received his triumphant LSAT score, nearly cementing his

Hypnotically Speaking

Hypnotically Speaking – Carrie Ann Apap

It is the most wonderful and magical time of the year! Remember when you were a child and your imagination would take you to the most amazing places especially at Christmas time. In some ways it’s a time of year when we all allow ourselves to imagine and dream of what is possible. The greatest

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