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Restaurant Review
Ted's Hot Dogs

This is a long time favorite of mine. The food is cooked over an open charcoal flame right in front of you as you order it. In fact, they're the real "We won't make it 'til you order it," because even the fries, onion rings, and milkshakes follow this rule. It means that you'll have to wait an extra 2-3 minutes for your food, but it's well worth the wait.

Feature Article
Still No Rain
by Nick Coons

Last year, we made so much progress towards working our way out of the drought. The jetstream had moved south and we were getting the rain that is normally seen in the northwest. This time last year it was pouring down on us, and things were looking good. However, this has all changed.

Arizona Dry Humor / Jokes
Joke Of The Week

A woman had been living in Arizona for about a year. While talking to a friend of hers back east, she spent a considerable amount of time boasting about how wonderful it is to live here.

"The scenery is beautiful, everyone is so friendly, and the weather is gorgeous," she noted.

That fall, her friend came to visit for a week. The first day she was here, it rained. The woman was so disappointed, especially after claiming how wonderfully sunny it always was.

"I can't believe it's raining. It almost never rains," she whined.

In an attempt to console her, her friend replies, "But it's a dry rain."
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