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More to be done to help Havasupai horses

SAVE is grateful to the Daily Sun for reporting the abuse of the Havasupi pack animals in Grand Canyon. However, an accurate exposure of th… Read more

Grateful for the freedoms American allows

Now that the elections have largely passed, a few thoughts for all Americans. First, we the people should be grateful for a free press. We … Read more

Americans spoke clearly on Election Day

I keep hearing about how this election had mixed results, and of the "red wave" and the "red wall" that gave the Senate to the Republicans. Read more

Fond memories of church deacon

As a part-time Flagstaff resident and a longtime reader of the Arizona Daily Sun, I was interested to read of the passing of Vergie and Jay… Read more

A history lesson on who Progressives are

It’s taken me two days to digest John McClure’s novel interpretation of who the Progressives are, when Progressives reformed government, an… Read more

Warning about potential traffic issues near Fort Tuthill

We would just like to present our concern that traffic management be seriously addressed as part of the proposed Ft. Tuthill snowplay devel… Read more

Is the monarch butterfly on the brink of extinction?

Dear EarthTalk: Is it true that the Monarch Butterfly is on the brink of extinction? How did we let that happen? Read more

CON: US colleges and universities are right to protest Israel’s anti-Palestinian policies

While acts of anti-Semitism are on the rise in the United States, that does not mean American universities are to blame. Read more

PRO: Campus anti-Semitism teaches unbridled hate for Israel

Have many of our universities have become hotbeds of anti-Semitism by backing academic boycotts of Israel and siding with the Palestinians? Read more

Give thanks for the great things about America

What this country needs is an orgy of patriotism. Read more

Broad gun-control restrictions are not the answer

We all know the script by now: A mass public shooting occurs. Grief and anger ensue. Calls for stricter gun laws soon follow. Read more

A shot to save grandma: Small vaccination rate increases

A natural disaster is bearing down on our country, one assured to take the lives of thousands and hospitalize tens of thousands more: the a… Read more

One thing Americans agree on

America’s deeply divided electorate agreed on at least one thing on election day: Voters hate gerrymandering. In red states, blue states an… Read more

In Washington, the table is set for political compromise

Every election is a new beginning, and every new beginning is an opportunity for hope. After this congressional midterm contest, our hope i… Read more

"Only One You:" Thomas Elementary students create art based on local children's book

SVEA CONRAD Arizona Daily Sun

In 2006, Linda Kranz, a local children’s book author and illustrator, released her book "Only One Y… Read more

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