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Stay healthy and safe is sage advice during this global pandemic, but for some citizens, the path to good health has been anything but easy. more
If Trump wins (hopefully) a second term, I would foresee a dramatic falloff in the pandemic hysteria soon after the winner is announced. Call it magic? Or were the faulty testing apperati finally … more
I am one of many retired RNs living in Sun City West, and like Joe Vogel, respiratory therapist of 25 years (“People do not want to catch COVID-19”) and the rest of my colleagues, we … more
In 2018, the number of drug deaths in America fell for the first time in 25 years; however, by 2019 they began to rise again to record numbers. more
Dear Portland, You’ve proven yourself dedicated, persistent and courageous. Now, it is time to prove yourselves wise and humane. Your message should be taken seriously and make a positive … more
Way to go [Arizona Attorney General] Mark Brnovich! It is really a pleasure to have someone working for the average citizen. I am amazed at what he has accomplished since being elected. He is not … more
Should we punish needy students at private schools — because public schools promote inequality? The logic may not exactly add up. more
I read with dismay Roy Sparling’s letter to the editor (“Remove tall palm trees in Sun City,” Sun City Independent, July 22, 2020). He thinks it is a good time to consider … more
I continue to be inspired by the writings of Viktor Frankl. I recently acquired his newest book called Yes to Life - In Spite of Everything. It is the translation of lectures given within a year of … more
In reply to Ms. Goncalves’ response to my letter (“Cuomo needs investigating, not praise,” Daily Independent, July 7, 2020), I sadly concede the tragedy of thousands of nursing home … more
Denny Bash is one of 45 volunteers — all veterans — with our agency’s Saluting Our Veterans program. Since its inception in 2011, the program has honored more than 2,700 veteran patients for their service to our country. more
The idea of maintaining civil discourse when debating public issues of the day is more than lip-service at Independent Newsmedia. At Yourvalley.net, which is powered by the work of local … more
This is regarding Darryl French’s recent letter stating that Mark Kelly wasn’t wearing a mask in the picture on the front page of your newspaper (“Aren’t they supposed to wear … more
ADOT recently published the latest Motor Vehicle Crash Facts report and I’m happy to say that there’s some good news in there. more
Some people are a little confused about teacher unions. We don’t have unions in Arizona, we have associations. Unions have a right to collective bargaining, associations … more
My name is Veronica Matuszewski, I am an ambassador to the Borgen Project in the Arizona sector. The Borgen Project regularly meets with congressional leaders to gain support in life-saving … more
There has always been a desire to control the minds of Black Americans since the day we planted our feet on American soil back in 1619. more
Thoughtful and intelligent leaders know there is no easy path through the COVID-19 crisis. more
My friend, John Minnick, president of Minnick Capital Management, has a closing salutation on his email that quotes former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill: “We make a living by what we … more
On July 12, the Armenian army began an offensive against Azerbaijan in cross-border artillery strikes. Although the offensive was repelled, three Azerbaijani soldiers died. UN SC resolutions … more
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