Although the majority of young people in my parenting classes find it unfathomable that an old guy like me would watch the television show, “South Park,” I will confess that it is one of my guilty pleasures. I believe that I’ve watched every episode and quite frequently, my son andContinue Reading

By Jose Rivera-Acosta Economics and financial literacy are used in the world every single day, whether it is making a small purchase, choosing how to spend time, or deciding where to live. For the students I teach at Yuma High School, knowledge of economic literacy is indispensable. Education is theContinue Reading

By U.S. Senator Cory Gardner (R-CO)   Washington seems to be constantly convulsing in partisan accusations, investigations, and endless acrimony. That division reached its high-water mark as the United States Senate carried out the third presidential impeachment trial in our nation’s history. The process included 17 witnesses, 100-plus hours ofContinue Reading

By Kelly Rayl There are 7.8 billion people in the world and in 2016, 3.4 billion of those people were using the Internet (World Wide Web). On June 30, 2019 the number for internet users jumped to 4,536,248,808. When the Internet first made an appearance on computer screens, I wasContinue Reading

By Greg Hill After several weeks of unexplained and inexplicable drone sightings in and around Yuma County, Michael Spicer, founder of “ArchAngel RECON” presented the Yuma Pioneer with a press-release that claimed to be an explanation for the drone sightings that have been worrying folks in this region for theContinue Reading