Under Threat 

After years of disturbing behavior, an Arivaca man is told by a judge to stop harassing his neighbors

One of James Saeler’s letters he regularly sent to Arivaca’s monthly newspaper The Connection for the last three years.

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One of James Saeler’s letters he regularly sent to Arivaca’s monthly newspaper The Connection for the last three years.

The country's polarization of conservatives and liberals is never forgotten in the small town of Arivaca, all because one resident has made it his personal responsibility to verbally attack other residents who he disagrees with. James Saeler, who originally went by the…

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