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Mohave County
May 2024
Volume 24 Issue 3
COMPLIMENTARY

Beyond Self-Extinction

By Winslow Myers Good that defensive anti-missiles worked against Iran's barrage. Still, two elements were more suited to the playground than to international politics: face and revenge. One side bombs the other, and the other thinks that without revenge it will lose...

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Topock Marsh gets $25M upgrade for drought resilience

TOPOCK — Significant upgrades are in the works for the Topock Marsh situated within the Havasu National Wildlife Refuge, funded by a substantial federal investment targeting drought mitigation and ecological preservation efforts. U.S. Senators Kyrsten Sinema and Mark...

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Let’s Rethink the War in Ukraine

Now that the Ukrainian military aid bill has been passed we have an opportunity to assess the developing conflict and offer suggestions. Here we will argue for more diplomacy and less war. None of this essay should be construed as support for Russian behavior - which...

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Tennessee’s armed teacher law reignites debate

NATION — Tennessee becomes the latest state to allow teachers to carry guns in schools, the controversial move has reignited the national debate over arming educators in the classroom. Governor Bill Lee signed the bill into law on April 27, 2024, sparking discussions...

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Beyond Self-Extinction

By Winslow Myers Good that defensive anti-missiles worked against Iran’s barrage. Still, two elements were more suited to the playground than to international politics: face and revenge. One side bombs the other, and the...

Topock Marsh gets $25M upgrade for drought resilience

TOPOCK — Significant upgrades are in the works for the Topock Marsh situated within the Havasu National Wildlife Refuge, funded by a substantial federal investment targeting drought mitigation and ecological preservation...

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