Monthly Archives: February 2016

Local DAR celebrates American heroes, community service at February events

Scottsdale-chartered Grand Canyon Chapter National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) promoted national society ideals of community service and patriotic recognition at February...

Arts Council of the North Valley presents “Songs of Ireland”

ANTHEM -- Áine Mulvey (Mezzo-Soprano) and Anne-Marie O’Farrell (harp) present “Songs of Ireland” at the Anthem Civic Building, 3701 W. Anthem Way in Anthem,...
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Arizona Game and Fish seeks public comment on rules governing wildlife areas and department...

PHOENIX — The Arizona Game and Fish Department is currently reviewing its Article 8, Wildlife Areas and Department Properties, rules as part of a...
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Governor Doug Ducey appoints Substance Abuse Task Force

PHOENIX – Governor Doug Ducey today announced members of the Arizona Substance Abuse Task Force – a coalition of leading substance abuse experts, providers and...

Researchers can tune mechanical properties of radiation-sensitive material for biomedical use

An interdisciplinary team of researchers at North Carolina State University has developed a composite material that emits light and heat when exposed to specific...

NRDC Sues EPA to Force it to Limit Toxic Chemical in Drinking Water

WASHINGTON – The Natural Resources Defense Council sued the Environmental Protection Agency in federal court in New York to force it to set limits...

LEADS Act stops DOJ cloud-based power grab

Imagine that the government of Ireland suspected you of nefarious and illegal activity and demanded that Microsoft or Google hand over all of your...

Grassley: ‘Defer to the American people’ in 2016 on next Supreme Court Justice

"Given the huge divide in the country, and the fact that this President, above all others, has made no bones about his goal to...

MCSO arrests Cave Creek burglary suspect

CAVE CREEK – On Feb. 11, Maricopa County Sheriff’s deputies arrested Jack Lawrence Coey, 22 and charged him with burglary in the second degree,...

Commission unanimously recommends denial for Meritage rezoning

CAVE CREEK – During last Thursday’s planning commission meeting, Planning Director Ian Cordwell announced there were no cases currently pending, leaving the next planning...