With a new election season already under way, it is important that voters do their homework so they aren’t led astray by negative attacks on those running for office.

Single reader finding it difficult to date

DEAR HARRIETTE: I have been single for almost 10 years now, and I am finding it harder to date as the years go by. I always seem to find something wrong with everyone I come across. I don't think I'm a picky person, but I just can't seem to fully relate with anyone. What can I do to be more open in the dating scene? – 10 Years Single

The Bidenflation disaster

The government says inflation rose 8.5% in March compared to last year – the worst it has been in 40 years, since the bad old days of 1981.

What has happened to us?

A few months ago I ran into a recently retired judge, a former prosecutor and friendly acquaintance, at the grocery store. I asked him what he thought was causing the wave of homicides and shooting incidents around Little Rock. Even in our normally safe, quiet neighborhood, it's not uncommon to hear fusillades of gunfire in the night – semiautomatic pistols, by the sound of them.

Arizona’s impact in today’s politics

This is the country of the far horizon. Even with all the growth Arizona has experienced – this was the fastestgrowing state in the last decade – the desert seems to reach on forever, the mesas and buttes turning red and blue and, reflecting the state's new political profile, purple.

Will your money last as long as you do?

We all hope for long, healthy lives. But there’s a serious “side effect” of longevity – the possibility of outliving our money. How can you help prevent this?

Is the Trump show over?

Chris Sununu, the Republican governor of New Hampshire, said this at a Washington, D.C. dinner, about the last Republican president: "The press often will ask me if I think Donald Trump is crazy. And I'll say it this way: I don't think he's so crazy that you could put him in a mental institution. But I think if he were in one, he ain't getting out."

We are proud that more than 76% of the voters in the Clinton school district voted yes on this week’s school bond issue!

Will Dems make it about Trump?

There is a consensus that the Democratic Party is in trouble with midterm elections seven months away. The polls say it, the issues say it and history says it: The coming election is the type of election that the party in power loses big. And to some Democrats, only one man can save the party from disaster: Donald Trump.