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Local camping enthusiasts recommend some areas for camping during the cooler months. Just moved from Indiana in March and now we are settled in we’d like to get to some camping. Where are … more
Each year, we announce the annual cost-of-living adjustment (COLA). By law, federal benefits increase when the cost of living rises, as measured by the Department of Labor’s Consumer Price … more
We are a group of high school and college students from around the country, concerned about the ongoing gun violence epidemic in our country. more
Mr. Spinka, I would like to unpack your recent complaint about the F-35 traffic out of Luke AFB, six miles southwest of Sun City. Luke AFB has been in the West Valley since 1940, and since its … more
It might start off as a creaky knee or stiff joints or perhaps you feel a twinge in your back with a simple movement. Old age? Maybe. But chances are, if you injured yourself playing a youth sport, … more
The Local Voices article "Local Voices: Glendale fire station refurbished" falsley attributed the quote  "How about fixing your corrupt and out of control police department" to Lisa Williams … more
Growing up, my father was intent on passing every piece of my Hispanic heritage to me: food, music, and the rituals and superstitions that sound crazy to someone not familiar with them. In addition, … more
If you’re looking for where your polling place is, stop looking. This month’s special election is a ballot by mail election. All voters will mail in or drop off the ballots they received … more
In 2012 my family experienced the loss of my brother Nathan due to suicide. After spending a full weekend with him at my parent’s house, none of us knew what was coming just two days later that Tuesday evening. more
The City of Glendale posted a video showing the transformation of Fire Station 152, near Bethany Home Road and 67th Avenue, which was recently remodeled. Well-earned That’s so awesome! So … more
Residents of the West Valley, often hear “the sounds of freedom” emanating from above. The audible and visible signs of F-35 training missions represent the ongoing legacy of Luke Air … more
Glendale is spending $138,000 over three years to promote the Super Bowl, which will return to the West Valley in 2023. Good price Seems like a small price to pay to bring exposure and tourism … more
Peoria certainly looks quite different than it did 20 years ago. Growth is leaving its stamp on the city with development dominating the northern part of town and population increases marching higher. more
Red for Ed was a grassroots movement led by Arizona Educators United, and is part of a national outcry from teachers and education advocates about low salaries. [cqmedia layout="panel" … more
The men and women of America’s armed services have pledged — and often sacrificed — their lives to protect our freedoms. Yet just a single state, Arizona, has decided these heroes … more
There was an article published recently that discussed Trump supporters and why Democrats are not being successful in challenging their support. What it boils down to for many of those supporters, … more
No public health issue is as important as being able to access high-quality, affordable health care; I believe we all can agree on this. Growing up, I always wanted to be a firefighter, and … more
We all know Glendale looks much different than it did 100 years ago or 20 years ago or even five years ago, but the areas that make up Glendale have changed dramatically over the years as … more
City of Glendale statement on Bill Bidwill, who died Wednesday: Few individuals have had such a profound impact on the State of Arizona and the city of Glendale as Bill Bidwill. He stood as a … more
With the start of cold and flu season right around the corner, now is a good time to create a game plan for what you should do if a family member becomes ill and where you should go for … more
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