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You chose not to flip off the person who purposefully cut in front of you in traffic, left a sizable tip for the barista and held the door for a family coming in after you. You might fancy yourself a do-gooder, maybe not as good as Mother Teresa, but you still try to do the right thing. Most…

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On the weekend, Bisbee Pride filled the bars, hotels and shops of Bisbee in place of the usual parade. Many people remarked there were less people than past years, but that the city still felt busy.

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Once upon a time, the media labeled people who lived their lives without making a spectacle of themselves, The Silent Majority. Many folks today think of them as Zeros.

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Popular as early as the 1950s, coming-of-age films such as “The Breakfast Club,” “Clueless,” and more recently, “To All The Boys I’ve Loved” have a ubiquitous motif of psychological, moral, and spiritual growth. Most pivot on an individual finding a sense of belonging as they transition from…

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Although the calendar says it is spring, and certainly the temperature as I write this would agree, for the birders, we are still awaiting spring. Many of our indicators of spring are late arriving this year. Whether it is the effects of the prolonged drought and last year’s non-existent mon…

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This Thursday is the special Earth Day event, and the Sierra Vista Farmers Market opens at 10 a.m. and closes at 2 p.m. as usual.

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Ah, cookies. The most delicious treat in the whole wide world and there are plenty of different kinds to choose from! Today, we will be talking about a brand new recipe to me, chocolate peanut butter cookies. I made these for a co-worker’s birthday recently. He told me that he loves peanut b…