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November, 2022

  • 23 November

    The Year with Two Thanksgivings

    Many people don’t know that in 1939, just as World War II was dividing the countries of the world into Axis versus Allied, another conflict was threatening to divide the United States in two. It was over the date of Thanksgiving. Patricia SandersPatricia Sanders lived in Globe from 2004 to …

August, 2022

  • 31 August

    Let It Rain

    It’s been a dry summer, but this week where I live, we’re finally getting some rain. Some people have complained because they want to be outdoors, but I love the rain. After living fifteen years in Arizona, I don’t think I’ll ever get tired of rain. Around the time it …

July, 2022

May, 2022

March, 2022

  • 22 March

    The Colors of Hope

    Have you ever been to a butterfly pavilion? I went to the one in Scottsdale years ago. It was just after I left Reevis Mountain School, where I’d been living for six years. I was full of feelings of transformation, new beginnings, and freedom. I wandered around the pavilion among …

February, 2022

  • 23 February

    Mysterious Lights in the Sky

    A couple of months ago, I got to see one of the Starlink satellite trains entering orbit. Starlink is Elon Musk’s system of satellites that are supposed to provide Internet access all over the world. SpaceX has been launching rockets full of satellites for the past three years. Each rocket …

January, 2022