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- Fugitive kills self near Tatum and Pinnacle Peak
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- Tucson comic ready to perform Thanksgiving week
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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.