Monthly Archives: January 2018

Ducey: ‘The Grand Canyon will not close on our watch. Period.’

PHOENIX – Governor Doug Ducey today announced that the state of Arizona is prepared to provide resources to keep the Grand Canyon open. The...
game and fish

Arizona Game and Fish Department offers to help feds during shutdown

PHOENIX - The Arizona Game and Fish Department has contacted several federal land management agencies and offered its staff and services, if needed, to...

March 1 deadline to update credit card information for elk, pronghorn draw

PHOENIX — The Arizona Game and Fish Department reminds hunters who apply, or have applied, online for 2018 elk and pronghorn hunt permit-tags that...

According to PVT South

Dearly Beloved, the Hawaii nightmare lasted 38 minutes because Rocket Man supposedly hit the right button and we the people are led to believe...
Knapp

No, I don’t really care much about Donald Trump’s sex life. Here’s why.

In October of 2016, a Wall Street Journal article claims, Donald Trump's lawyer paid $130,000 to buy the silence of Stephanie Clifford, better known...

Fentanyl is killing Arizonans – Is Congress okay with that?

There's a dangerous crop of drugs circulating on Arizona’s streets. Law enforcement report the seizure of counterfeit pharmaceuticals laced with deadly fentanyl. The Tucson Police...

Desert Foothills Library February 2018 Adult Events/Classes

Information for all events: Contact Destiney Voita or David Court, Desert Foothills Library, 480-488-2286, dvoita@dfla.org or dcourt@dfla.org, www.desertfoothillslibrary.org Where:  All events below take place at...

CSHS Boys Hoops Dominate #3 Seton Catholic

In a showdown of two top 10 division 4A teams, Cactus Shadows methodically won each individual quarter over the Sentinels, and came away with...

2018 “Point in Time” count Tuesday

PHOENIX—Before the sun rises Tuesday, hundreds of volunteers in communities throughout the Valley will be searching alleys, parks, riverbeds and other areas in an...

Budget plan will help meet needs of deaf and/or blind

Phoenix – Arizona State Schools for the Deaf and the Blind (ASDB) Superintendent Annette Reichman proudly announces her full support of Governor Ducey’s call...