In a way, Katie Swayer’s path to Maricopa took her through Asia and Europe.
It was common knowledge in the fall of 2018 that water levels running low at Lake Mead was a harbinger of impending water shortage. On Sept. 27, 2018, the formal introduction of the “Drought Contingency Plan” occurred. Many in the audience were hoping the “Contingency Plan” would produce a s…
Earlier this month I was in the stands at the University of Arizona for a football game in which the Wildcats took on the Huskies from the University of Washington.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. In honor of this worthy cause, our sheriff is selling T-shirts to benefit ... himself.
This month the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution surpassed 1 million total members who have joined the organization since its founding in 1890. The DAR is a women’s service organization whose members can trace their lineage to an individual who contributed to securing Ame…
CASA GRANDE -- Bill Norrid grew up in Tempe. His parents instilled in him a love of nature, birds included. He went on Audubon field trips as a teenager.
When I heard we were going to have a story on a man in Superior arrested for choking a 14-year-old boy with a phone cord because he was in his daughter’s room, I pondered if we should turn off the Facebook comments. I knew what was about to come, and it wasn’t going to be any good.
Democratic state Sen. Martín Quezada, who represents Glendale and west Phoenix, recently announced plans to introduce census legislation that would have an unfair and costly impact to our community.
Joey Chenoweth, PinalCentral’s twenty-something county editor, recently admitted that whenever he reads columns by me, Bill Coates or Jim Headley, he sometimes has to look up our pop culture or historical references.
Winning awards is satisfying regardless of the type of award. Nearly every occupation nowadays contains a category of special recognition beyond paychecks and a benefits package. During my career, I’ve been fortunate to receive two national awards.
CASA GRANDE -- Mary Ann Lucero sat on a small chair, her dog Snowball at her feet. Lucero was at CGHelps to ask about shelter. And getting the ID she needed for services like food stamps.