Arizona Daily Sun - Opinion

Americans tolerate presidents taking by executive order

Regarding "Trump's border wall woes", Opinion, Thursday, Jan. 10, Erwin Chemerinsky is in error asserting that "Going to war requires Congr… Read more

City caves to another student housing development

With the approval of the latest mega-student housing development at the old Jeld-Wen industrial site on Butler Avenue, the city of Flagstaf… Read more

Current government warped into a joke

Of course this is the longest government shutdown. It has to be for Donald Trump to be No. 1 in ratings for the pathetic reality show of hi… Read more

Council on the right track for Blackbird Roost solution

Back when residents in the mobile home property called Blackbird Roost faced eviction by the owner Kings House Inc., I wrote a letter wonde… Read more

Innocent suffering as shutdown breaks record

We have now set a record for the longest ever government shutdown. This is not an accomplishment to be proud of, for all the wrong reasons,… Read more

Don't make excuses for snowplay litter

I was quite disappointed with some of the comments made by the volunteers who cleaned up the trash left by snowplayers in the Highway 180 c… Read more

10 insights on today's news that will make you smarter tomorrow

Stay in the know! Browse through opinions and analysis on today's hottest topics. Read more

Carpenter's Column: The special of the day at Heck’s Diner

Rumors of my untimely demise notwithstanding, I think it incumbent of me to clarify the menu for my wake. Read more

PRO: America’s nuclear force must match Russia’s and then some

WASHINGTON — “If you’re not moving forward, you’re falling behind.” It’s a bromide, yes, but undeniably true when talking about the state o… Read more

CON: Scrap the nuclear arms race and use the money to benefit the people on both sides

COLUMBUS, Ohio — In December Russia tested a new weapons delivery system that it calls Avangard. Read more

Flagstaff History: Alleged murderers held in county jail

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What are the environmental impacts of the shutdown?

Dear EarthTalk: Has the recent “border wall” shutdown affected the federal government’s ability to safeguard our air and water quality and … Read more

A continuing confluence of archaeological research

Before the construction of Glen Canyon Dam, a small army of scientists descended on the Colorado River and its tributary canyons to documen… Read more

Noah Smith: The economy can’t shrug off the shutdown forever

For months now, commentators and economists have been warily eyeing the U.S. economy and asking what will cause the next recession. Risky c… Read more

Flagstaff local genetically matched twice for marrow donation

KAITLIN OLSON Sun Staff Reporter

“Do good, be good,” says local business owner Sharon Tewksbury-Bloom, who both named her organizati… Read more



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