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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
Hip hop artists from around the globe came to Glendale when Gila River Arena hosted the Hip Hop International’s 18th World Hip Hop Dance Championship Finals last month. Unity through dance It … more
With over four decades of law enforcement and government service, it frequently becomes difficult to hold my tongue when speaking about law enforcement/community relations (just ask my lovely wife, … more
Social Security touches the lives of nearly every American. Hispanics make up our nation’s largest ethnic minority group with a population of 58.9 million, representing 18.1 percent of the … more
Bad for business Horrible traffic flow to the game. Have been sent every which way to get from Gordon Biersch to the Orange Lot on Cardinals Way. And the people manning the black lot have no clue … more
Glendale adopted a new city logo in April. No to new logo Leave the Glendale logo just the way it has been! — Mikey Limon Logo here to stay Sorry, from what I heard stated in the … more
Jason Webb The human vascular system — also called the circulatory system — carries blood and delivers nutrients and oxygen to all parts of the body. With the heart as the pump, blood travels … more
It appears that there is a grave health problem looming with young people thinking that smokeless cigarettes (vaping) is not harmful to their health. Nothing could be further from the truth as it … more
Erin Thorburn The Greater Maricopa Foreign Trade Zone has come a long way since its inception in 2010. Designed to foster economic development and attract new businesses to the West Valley, the … more
The human vascular system — also called the circulatory system — carries blood and delivers nutrients and oxygen to all parts of the body. With the heart as the pump, blood travels through … more
Who will I sit with at lunch? Will I make friends? Will I fit in? The start of a new school year can be scary for some kids, particularly for students who may have just moved, are … more
Mark Carlisle For those of you reading this, I’m sure you take for granted how important your literacy is. I do the same. Those of us who learned to read at a young age overlook how important … more
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