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I loved a recent story by Ronald Arrellin Jr. in the Eastern Arizona Courier. It was about two amazing women who are doing something about a dangerous stretch of highway.

The women made it their business to offer free coffee and conversation to drivers coming home from exhausting work at a local mine after a wreck on Highway 191 took the life of a 21-year-old from Safford. Their idea is to keep drivers awake on a boring stretch of road.

The effort has taken on a life of its own. Another woman paid for signage. Others are planning to offer rides home for mine workers who shouldn’t be driving after their shifts.

Great work you only see in the Eastern Arizona Courier.

Clay

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