Baby quail
BABY QUAIL
PHOTO BY SONDRA WINSLOW
"The new quail hatchlings are here!  This photo was taken from inside my dining room looking out at my flowerpot that served as a nesting location for a female quail and her 10 hatchlings.  This photo shows one chick less than one day old, right before he took a big 5-foot jump into the big world!  I captured the photo at about 8 a.m. on Tuesday, April 22, 2015 from my home in Cave Creek near the rodeo grounds. "

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Opinion

my view by don sorchych'MY VIEW'   |   BY DON SORCHYCH

Federal lynching of Sheriff Joe


Republicans were stupid and totally wrong for not filing for impeachment against Obama. While they fiddle he is destroying America. As I said last week, if he signs an executive order to legalize millions of illegals and then pardons them, we will be a one party nation.



Boombox by Dixon Diaz


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Letters to the Editor


Business

National park tourism in Arizona creates $1.23 billion in economic benefit

New report shows visitor spending supports 13,360 jobs in Grand Canyon State

DENVER — A new National Park Service (NPS) report shows that the 10,747,223 visitors to national parks in Arizona in 2014 spent $837 million in the state. That spending supported 13,359 jobs and had a cumulative benefit to the state economy of $1,229,000,000. The results represent an 8.1 percent increase in spending and 6.4 percent rise in visitation over 2013.


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• Business to Business



Community

baby coyoteBaby season has started at Southwest Wildlife!

SCOTTSDALE – When coyote puppies begin to arrive by the box full we know that baby season is in full swing! A farmer plowing a field discovered a coyote den and kindly put the puppies in a box, hoping that mom would return for them. She was nearby, but when a day passed and they were still there, he knew they needed help.



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