What propels you to get up each morning, aside from the call of Nature? Do you get back in bed, pull the covers over your head, and hit the snooze button several times?
The Henry F. Hauser Museum will feature astronomy in a new display that opens on Nov. 3. The museum has been awarded a traveling “Discover Exoplanets” exhibit from the Space Science Institute’s National Center for Interactive Learning and NASA’s Universe of Learning. A companion exhibit will…
Courts and Crime
- AZ Supreme Court blocks Brnovich tuition challenge
- State GOP head wants election results voided
- Convicted killer sentenced to life in prison; Wilson brought to courtroom in full restraints
- Arizona's largest county certifies Biden win over Trump
- Judge tosses request by state GOP to block vote 'canvass'
- AG says Invest in Ed petition firm violated state law
- Lindstrom becomes judge, reflects on challenging race
- Defense attorney will present plea offer to accused killer of Douglas toddler
- Lindstrom wins judge race; state GOP files two election lawsuits
- Arizona reinstates ban on to-go alcoholic drinks by restaurants
- Plea negotiations underway in case of death of 2-year-old Douglas boy
- UPDATE: Suspect caught in nearby hotel following Lowe's evacuation
- Trump campaign makes late bid to get ballots examined in AZ
- New court agreement between SV, county costs city more based on revised formula
- GOP attorney wants video taken at polling place admitted as evidence
- Convicted murderer kicks defense attorney, threatens prosecutor after retrial denied
- Brnovich sees no ballot-counting issues in Sharpies conflict
- Cochise County Superior Court's Tim Dickerson to become presiding judge
- Police catch domestic violence suspect inside CVS
- Benson soccer team celebrates its season
Have you noticed how often people speak but make no sense? A common genetic flaw. If they have nothing of substance to contribute to a discussion, they still feel the need to contribute. That is when they tend to spout nonsense.
Propinquity refers to proximity to others and the resulting formation of friendship or romantic attachment to those we often encounter. The word burst into this writer’s life years ago. The delivery vehicle of this new vocabulary word was an old television series, “The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis.”
Long ago, in times of need or trouble, the people prayed. But that was before enlightenment appeared on the horizon. That particular philosophy encouraged emphasis on reason and questioning everything.
School is back in session in most places. As a way to ease the students back into the education groove, many a teacher’s first homework assignments used to be: “Write an essay on what you did last summer.”
What do you do with your time when the weather outside hovers between 103 and 109 degrees? For the past several weeks, it was and still is too hot to do yard work, as in mowing, pulling weeds, and sundry other outdoor tasks.
There was just the right amount of clouds casting shade as I pulled off on Exit 318, Dragoon Road. It had been awhile since I visited the area and I’d never ventured far from the interstate.
We enjoy watching a good love story. Well, probably not the guys. But kudos to those who do watch because someone they love wants to do so.
PHOENIX — From a traditional hogan in a remote area on the Utah-Arizona line, Cynthia Wilson spent much of her spring sourcing drought-resistant seeds, packing them in small manila envelopes and labeling them to ship to families across the Four Corners.
The monsoon clouds are anything but conducive to backyard astronomy, so observers have to be vigilant in watching for opportunities. We should all be waiting for a break in the clouds and our chance to catch one more look at the most surprising comet to have come along in quite some time.
The early history of Wells Fargo mirrors the growth of the American West. Mail distribution by Pony Express and the Butterfield stage line were assimilated by Wells Fargo. The company continued to expand with the advent of mining and railroad expansion, which brought droves of Easterners see…
A parade of solar system bodies comes to opposition this month. At opposition, an object is directly opposite the sun meaning it is lit “face-on” and shining at its brightest. It also means the object is in the sky all night, rising at sunset, reaching its highest point in our sky around mid…
In May of 1977 we moved into our first home in Sierra Vista. Being a young, first time home-owner and a totally inexperienced gardener, I was outside trying to figure a starting point to polish up a yard that had been long forgotten before we moved in. My new next door neighbor, longtime gar…