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- PXG Norterra gets in the swing of things
- Brnovich amends vaccine lawsuit to include first responders
- Stamp mill celebrates Arizona’s gold mining history
- Cave Creek to fully fund its fire department
- Foothills Food Bank needs small holiday meats
- Holiday gift giving is all 'in the cards'
- Baker is Anthem’s new executive director
- Desert Foothills Library free December events
- ‘No Flea Market’ event set for Pet Supplies Plus
- Foothills teachers see their wishes granted
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The Cave Creek mayor and town council agreed at a special meeting on Nov. 22 that the municipality’s strong economic health enables it to fully fund its new fire department, which begins operations on Jan. 3.
Bob Parsons, best known as the founder of GoDaddy, held the grand opening celebration of his fourth PXG store in Arizona on Nov. 17.
Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich has amended his lawsuit against the Biden administration’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate, adding the Phoenix police and fire unions as co-plaintiffs. He and union officials argued that the mandate will worsen staff shortages.
Ten steel rods, each weighing 1,000 pounds, pulverize gold-bearing rocks into sand, releasing the precious metal from the ore, which is then further refined with mercury to extract every flake.
Foothills Food Bank & Resource Center seeks the public’s support in garnering frozen turkeys for Christmas.
After months of searching, the Anthem Community Council Board of Directors named Aaron Baker the new executive director.
Desert Foothills Library has scheduled a multitude of interesting events for December at its building, 38443 N. School House Road, Cave Creek. All programs are free. The library will be closed Thursday, Dec. 23, to Saturday, Dec. 25, and Friday, Dec. 31.
The Cave Creek Museum will offer demonstrations of its stamp mill starting at 11 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 11.
The phone rings. Caller ID lists APS. The caller says your electricity will be shut off within the hour if you don’t pay your overdue bill immediately. Hang up — this is a scam.
Help Arizona firefighters and police officers ensure an ample patient blood supply by donating during the First Responders Unite Holiday Blood Drive.