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Buz Blog

Opinion: What Do We Do Now?

Because of the election on Tuesday and since the results are being contested, this column wasn’t started until Thursday, November 5, 2020. Some of the cable so-called news channels announced that Arizona and a few other states were won by former Vice President Joe Biden before all the votes were counted. There are still several

Ken Lain - The Mountain Gardener

11 Tips to a Stunning Backyard You Love

Your yard is meant to be a place of refuge, entertainment with the best of friends and family, a source of fresh air and enjoyment. This is the place to relax, unwind, and have fun. You might find yourself avoiding the backyard if there’s too much stuff, difficult to move around, or there is always

The Zany Sage

Uncluttering the Zany Way

[ Prescott eNews is proud to launch a new column this week – Unclutter Your Life with the Zany Sage .] How many towels do you need?  Does your schedule resemble a sardine can – every moment packed?  Are you 63 years old and pondering what you want to be when you grow up?  And how’s

Buz Blog

Opinion: Who Separates and Divides Us?

Ever since his election in 2016, a consortium of Democrats, never Trump Republicans and their co-conspirators in the media, have accused President Trump of racism, sexism, homophobia and divisiveness. Since he has been in the public eye for half a century, he has a public history that could easily show if any of these accusations

Ken Lain - The Mountain Gardener

Tech Gadgets for Your Gardens

Time seems to slow in the garden. Without the continual noise from notifications sounding from my cell phone, it’s easy to lose track of time altogether. Admittedly I am addicted to technology, even in the gardens. If you define yourself as tech-savvy or an early adopter, then some of these garden gadgets can really help

Buz Blog

Judges and the Will of the People

All politicians and political parties tend to bend their rhetoric and legislative voting toward public opinion (or the opinion of their base). More often than not, they will do this in spite of any long held moral tenets, certainly not because of them. It is easier to get elected or reelected by swaying with what

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