January 23, 2022

Balloon Festival

Windy Conditions Impact Havasu Balloon Festival

The 11th Havasu Balloon Festival and Fair took place this past weekend despite the mostly windy conditions. A fair crowd, no pun intended, came out to see mostly what they could not see, which was the balloons. Seventy-six balloons were in town and ready to be seen brightly from the daily spotlight in the sky,

History

HOLY COW HISTORY: Hilda, History’s Original Identity Theft Victim

When the envelope arrived in the mail one day in the 1930s and she pulled out the paper card and read “078-05-1120” for the very first time, they must have looked like a bunch of random numbers strung together. How could she have known they were a headache that would hound her to her grave?

Buz Blog

Opinion: Sophistry, Fallacy and Emotionalism

Conservatives are definitely making a political comeback. In this year’s midterm Congressional elections, the voters appear ready to throw out leftist Democrats. Many Democrat Representatives are seeing the writing on the wall and are not running for reelection. It even looks like Republicans will retake a majority in the Senate. This will happen if we

Arizona Politics

Last straw: Fed-up Arizona Democrats censure Sen. Sinema

U.S. Sen. Kyrsten Sinema is growing increasingly isolated from some of her party’s most influential officials and donors after playing a key role in scuttling voting rights legislation that many consider essential to preserving democracy. Leaders of the Arizona Democratic Party voted Saturday to censure Sinema, citing “her failure to do whatever it takes to

Energy

Los Angeles weighs phasing out oil and gas drilling

The University Park neighborhood of Los Angeles has a lot in common with urban areas across the U.S.: A dense population with lots of businesses and housing. A cluster of car dealerships. A row of restaurants. Schools and a community center. But nestled in the predominantly Latino community is something rarely found in urban areas

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