Today I would like to pour out on you readers a potpourri of perspectives I have gleaned from others regarding life and living in 2020. You can access their thoughts on social media and the internet. Courage, my friends. Read on!
Despite COVID-19 shutting down gyms, Boulder Creek High School quarterback Bear Milacek stayed fit, hoping for his football season to start.
A Cave Creek artist is featured on an upcoming episode of the “AZ Creates!” web series about creatives in Arizona. Graphite artist Jack Schilder of Cave Creek is the “Creative Connection” interviewee for the November 5 show on the AZ Creates YouTube channel. He reflects on his international …
Rock Springs Café will deliver pies in the Phoenix and Prescott areas this holiday season, with a portion of the proceeds of all bulk pie sales benefiting the Black Canyon Fire and Prescott Police departments.
While enjoying the view of the desert mountain landscape from her bed, Madison Hosea gave birth to a healthy baby boy, marking a milestone moment for the first-time mother, the new hospital and the future growth of the North Valley.
Ray Villafane’s playful, carved pumpkins are synonymous with Halloween in Carefree. But when COVID-19 hit, he was forced to make a change when the town canceled its events.
Sailing and the desert usually don’t go hand in hand. But Doug Payne, commodore of the Lake Pleasant Sailing Club, thinks otherwise.
Unknowingly, Maurice Sendak, author of the classic children’s tale “Where the Wild Things Are,” describes the journey of artist Marjie Risk when he wrote, “…and she set off through night and day, and in and out of weeks, and almost over a year to where the wild things are.”
MSNBC anchor Lindsey Reiser said all journalists possess an inherent “curiosity.” Some call it being nosey—she contends it’s an insatiable thirst for knowledge.
Just when one thinks they know most everything there is about Deer Valley Unified School District, more great achievements become known. It is almost impossible to track all of the accomplishments students and staff achieve every year.
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Home Instead’s seasonal program, Be a Santa to a Senior, returns with new options for community participation.
Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen might soon be serving fried chicken to Cave Creek residents.
A Vail, Colorado, man died by suicide November 21 as law enforcement officers were attempting to contact him on Tatum Boulevard between Pinnacle Peak and Jomax roads.
The Anthem Community Council tapped Youth for Troops for the 2020 Anthem Veterans Service Award during a virtual Veterans Day ceremony held November 11.
After a number of residents voiced their distaste for the PetSuites site plan, citing concerns about traffic safety and noise, the Cave Creek Town Council voted unanimously to reject the site plan during the November 16 meeting, empathizing with the neighbors’ concerns.
Without a doubt, the Anthem Veterans Day Ceremony is a major point of pride in the community where thousands usually gather at the memorial to pay their respects to those who served our country.
Pastor Rick Holman is just a little relieved that his Scottsdale Bible Church Cactus campus is expanding.