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Little more than a month after he called Dec. 7, 1941, a “Day of Infamy” and led America into World War II, President Franklin D. Roosevelt paused from his duties as Commander-in-Chief to assume the mantle of “First Fan.”

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Between courtship and marriage, their love affair lasted 60 years. It spanned perfect health and terminal sickness, for richer and poorer, full measures of joy and sadness.

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United Food Bank is a vital safety net for individuals and families throughout the East Valley and eastern Arizona who struggle economically.

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When news broke in February that Arizona would open COVID-19 vaccines to people over age 55, I had a long debate with myself about whether to get the shot.

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Having a flexible work schedule is a nice arrangement for anyone, but for people like me, it’s absolutely essential. I’m in my first semester studying aerospace engineering at Mesa Community College, so I need the flexibility to work around my heavy course load. 

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Following years of extensive and passionate community conversations, our city recently passed a non-discrimination ordinance supporting diversity, inclusiveness, and religious freedom.