Monthly Archives: August 2017

Final public input session for general plan

CAVE CREEK – The final public input session to update the general plan is scheduled for 6 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 21. The topics for...

Man found in trunk of car at immigration checkpoint

TUCSON – Sonoita Border Patrol agents working at the immigration checkpoint on State Route 83 discovered a male Mexican national concealed in the trunk...

AZGFD exchanges more than 700 old life jackets for new ones in 2017

PHOENIX — More than 700 old life jackets were replaced with new ones during life jacket exchange events held throughout Arizona this year. The...

Ask Rusty – Bend points & means testing

Dear Rusty: I was having coffee with several of my neighbors the other day, and the long-term financial health of Social Security came up. With...

According To PVT South

Dearly Beloved--Mother Nature is at it again. Houston is getting hammered with rain, while next door New Mexico and Arizona not so much. How...
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Hurricane Harvey – We are the United States of America

Houston and the Texas Gulf Coast are devastated. Never has an area been so blasted by so much rainfall in such a short amount...

Sanctuary cities? Remove government immunity

How many more times must it happen? How many more women must be battered or killed? The localities of lawlessness have claimed another victim....

Lone Mountain Elementary embraces science opportunities

Kindergarten through sixth grade students had an opportunity to view the solar eclipse in the Cave Creek Unified School District. Staff and parents were...

Arizona advocates call on Ducey to upgrade state’s school buses

In the wake of a settlement with Volkswagen, Arizona groups are advocating for the money to be put to good use by Governor Doug...

Highlands Center’s “Wander the Wild”

PRESCOTT – The 9th annual Wander the Wild, the Highlands Center for Natural History’s biggest yearly fundraiser, will be held Sunday September 24, at...