The sun rises into another clear day, I gaze out at a tranquil view of geese and ducks on the reflective lake. My last day of tranquility.
Cowboy, livestock get spooked by Bigfoot sighting
RJ (not his real name) is a cowboy, and has been his whole adult life. It’s not a very glamorous career, and he’s never made much money at it, but he likes working outside and the lifestyle suits him.
If 21 years in the Air Force taught me anything it was that there are times when you have to stand up and be counted. There were times when I found myself faced with a choice: Either ignore the oath I swore and play the brownie-points game, or do what was right and take my lumps.
DJ’s Music Trivia
It’s time to put out our cigarettes, set down our vodka and wine glasses, turn our backs to the jelly rolls and do something a whole lot healthier this weekend.
Three years spent in Pakistan, combined with four in the UK, have firmly convinced me that there is no such thing as “English.” There’s Britspeak and there’s American, and Bob’s your uncle!
Health insurance broker breaks down Affordable Care Act choices for Gila County residents
Though off to a rocky start, the Affordable Care Act’s healthcare.gov Web site will likely be operational within the next few weeks.
MORE THAN A GAME
The most successful high school football program in state history is coming to town tonight.
Last week, my outfit shipped out to Iceland, where in 1952 many people were card-carrying Communists. In those days the Communist world was a mess as countries like Russia and North Korea ran like clocks with broken mainsprings, but wide-eyed dreamers outside the Iron Curtain world didn’t know that; they believed that everything inside was peachy keen. The result? Friction between American troops and those who fell for Communist lies.
DJ'S MUSIC TRIVIA
Next Thursday, skeletons, monsters of the Black Lagoon and alien creatures in every shape and size will take to the streets in search of Halloween treats.
People sometimes ask me why I am so dead set against Communism. The answer? In 1952 and 1953 I had a couple of run-ins with wannabe Commies who thought that Communism was great. The run-ins didn’t amount to much, but they taught me what “misinformed fanatic” means.
MORE THAN A GAME
Every fall for the last six years, I have looked forward to covering the Blue Ridge-Show Low football game.
OUTDOORS UNDER THE RIM
There are a number of wildlife drinkers that have been built over the years to catch water when it rains and used later in the drier times which are frequent in Arizona.
This column is the toughest I’ve written because it’s the one in which I say I will not be doing the P/S Happenings column after today.
Last Thursday evening, my husband and I attended a Tea Party meeting that featured a discussion regarding the re-introduction of the Mexican gray wolf into the Rim Country.There were ranchers there from northern Arizona who spoke of the destruction of their cattle by the wolf. There are mixed feelings from the general population regarding the gray wolf.
ANOTHER WEEK IN THE CREEK
Christopher Creek was a busy place again this weekend. Families with kids, girls’ getaways and turkey hunters prevailed. Weather was cool and windy until Sunday. No frost yet, but the trees are beginning to turn.