JULY 15, 2015

hidden in the hills coverSonoran Arts League announces dates for 19th Annual Hidden in the Hills Studio Tour & Sale

Forty four working artists, along with their guest artists, will open their home studios for the Sonoran Arts League’s 19th Annual Hidden in the Hills Artist Studio Tour & Sale on November 20–22 and November 27–29, 2015.

JULY 15, 2015

Falcons return from Football Camp; Four weeks until opener at Mingus

Three “old friends” on new schedule bloc

WINSLOW, AZ – “I was standing on a corner in Winslow, Arizona … such a fine sight to see!” No, Coach Mike Hudnutt’s 2015 Falcons weren’t standing on any corners – they were workin’ hard at their annual Football Camp, before coming home to start two-a-day practices prior to the first school bell at Cactus Shadows, Thursday, Aug. 6.

JULY 15, 2015

Horse sanctuary to throw its first benefit dinner and silent auction

Tierra Madre Horse Sanctuary – a forever home to previously abused, neglected, injured, or unwanted horses – has thrown a number of fundraisers since it was founded ten years ago. From open ranches to Wild West Days to even a baby shower for a then-pregnant mare, Tierra Madre is no stranger to events. But on August 8, they are breaking the mold and hosting their first ever benefit dinner and silent auction.

JULY 15, 2015

Two youths suffer minor injuries from elk encounter

Other people feeding wildlife believed to be cause

KINGMAN – The message has been clear and concise: stop feeding wildlife. The Arizona Game and Fish Department has been informing people for years about the dangers of feeding wildlife. Last week, Mohave County Parks reported that two youths suffered minor injuries that likely were the result of elk seeking human food.

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