The Foothills Focus
The Foothills Focus is Arizona 's fastest growing weekly newspaper.
We are your source for community news in Anthem, Black Canyon City, Carefree, Cave Creek, Desert Hills, New River, North Phoenix, and North Scottsdale. Each week, we reach more than 70,000 readers in homes and businesses throughout these communities. We are members of the Anthem Chamber of Commerce, the Phoenix Chamber of Commerce, and the Cave Creek-Carefree Chamber of Commerce, as well as the Arizona Newspaper Association.
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