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Over this past week, what with Thanksgiving, I have been considering the things that I am thankful for. Two of those things are the Santa Cruz Valley Regional Hospital and La Posada Outpatient Therapies.

The evening program of the Green Valley Community Concert this week was a special treat. The program was varied and interesting but there were two special highlights for me.

Joe Thielman makes some very harsh statements about the 18- to 20-year-old group, not knowing a thing about the responsibility of living within boundaries of what they can realistically earn and accomplish (“U.S. making that long march toward socialism,” Page A7, Dec. 8). I guess I would cha…

From time to time, we hear from folks like B.L. Jordan and Joe Thielman, who advise us as to how divided this country has become (Letters, Dec. 8). Mr. Jordan apparently knows more than esteemed law professors, and Mr. Thielman points out how smoothly the country would run if everyone were w…

Military historians have long studied the Nazi Blitzkrieg (lightening warfare) of May 1940, which allowed the German Wehrmacht, starting with only a 40,000-man force, to defeat the more modern and much larger military of the combined forces of France and England in Europe, resulting in their…

Near the close of the Civil War, by far the bloodiest conflict in American history, Abraham Lincoln uttered these words in his second inaugural address: “With malice toward none; with charity for all; with firmness in the right, as God gives us to see the right, let us strive on to finish th…

Two years ago, my wife, Carol, and I, along with a lot of helpers, hosted an Open House on Christmas Day.

Last spring, we helped about 50 of you download the Green Valley News and/or Sahuarita Sun app at what we called an “app party.” For those of you who were out of town and still haven’t done it, now’s your chance — another party! This one is from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. Thursday, Dec. 12, at our office.

Professionalism is a word thrown about today but not very often seen, especially in Washington these days.

We have received the paper for 18 years. I was pondering renewing our subscription since I like to know about our area, but this paper has continuing down a path of disrespect for our president and the “comics” on your editorial page are not in the least bit funny.

U.S. Rep. Angela Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., stated that the changes in the food stamp program today would have left her family starving. That’s not true.

Watch the video that Pro Publica published, thank God, that they obtained via an FOIA request, which shows the death of Carlos Hernández while in Border Patrol custody.

’Tis the season for parents to race from store to store in search of the hottest toy, gadget or stuffed animal for their young child.

At the end of the 19th century, Swiss pharmaceutical entrepreneur Fritz Hoffmann-LaRoche found a previously discovered formula for a derivative of morphine that was intended to be more potent as well as less addicting.

Connie Williams’ column, “Dismiss climate propaganda and take action” (Dec. 1, Page A6) is well meaning but wrong. I attended Connie’s class in June and was impressed by her sincerity and willingness to “walk the talk,” but I disagree with her presentation and limited perspective.

The Nov. 17 edition of the Green Valley News got me calculating.

I was excited to see the article about the glass arts program at Quail Creek (“Glass artists within,” Page B1, Nov. 27).

After reading the letter “Does DACA hurt us” in the Dec. 1 paper, I wondered if this same writer stands on the corner holding a sign that says “Impeach President Trump, because no one is above the law!”

How much of your Christmas shopping will be done online this year?

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