Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Monthly Archives: October 2017

Hunters, please save that tracking collar

PHOENIX — The Arizona Game and Fish Department is encouraging hunters who harvest a big game animal affixed with a GPS or VHF...
Rick Manning

How to the keep the music playing

Every politician knows the value of earned media versus paid media. Taxpayers pay for each member of Congress to have at least one...
Frosty Wooldridge

America crossing a cultural rubicon into multicultural conflict

If you look on Facebook, it appears that ANTIFA, La Raza, Moslem Brotherhood, Black Lives Matter, Aztlan, CAIR and other violent multicultural groups operating...

Youth Art Reception is Nov. 2

Hidden in the Hills Youth Art Studio #1 Moves to New Venue Savvy art collectors often like to find young, emerging artists and follow them as...

Spend the HOWLidays with Go, Dog. Go!

TEMPE - Who doesn’t want a puppy for the holidays? This year, families across The Valley can celebrate the season with six lovable pups...

Echo

As much and as quickly as things change in today's modern world much remains the same, a form of historic echo. The events and...

Spur Cross Ranch Conservation Area

Spur Cross to Cave Creek Maricopa Trail Hike Friday, Nov. 3 08:00 AM - 02:00 PM Spur Cross Ranch Conservation Area 44000 N. Spur Cross Road Cave Creek Join Ranger...

Mule Deer Foundation opposes proposed Arizona ballot initiative to end mountain lion,...

SALT LAKE CITY, UT - The Mule Deer Foundation opposes the proposed ballot initiative in Arizona that would end hunting of mountain lions and...

Michael L. Guiver 1943-2017

Michael L. Guiver, 74, of Carefree, passed away at home on Oct. 26, 2017. Michael was born to Norman and Dorothy Guiver in Stoughton,...

U.S. citizen serving in Israeli Military sentenced for passport fraud

PHOENIX – In August 2016, a grand jury indicted Jared Mark Caros on one count of willfully and knowingly making a false statement in...