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Attempts to outlaw “dark money” are means to suppress speech (“A light in the dark: The quest to outlaw ‘dark money,’” Page 4). It will allow Jacobin thugs … more
As a hospice advocate, I find it troubling that patients at rural health clinics and federally qualified health centers must leave their trusted RHC/FQHC physician when they transition to … more
Under current U.S. law, when criminal organizations want to hide their money laundering and financing activities from law enforcement officials, they have the means to do so. The result is the … more
You may have heard I got a promotion of sorts; this year, I’ll be leading the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors as Chairman. In many ways, it’s like being the captain of a ship that has already charted a good course. more
Christmas cards are being sent around the nation featuring the artwork of Heather Cameron, a resident of Life Care Center of North Glendale, after Ms. Cameron was one of eight winners Life Care … more
Glendale Firefighter Kyle Knight and Glendale Officer Ty Nowatzki were honored recently with a life safety award after they saved two men from the second floor of a burning apartment building near … more
I should be appalled to hear statements such as that by Terry Goddard, but I have become somewhat inured to hearing the most illogical, indeed, anti-logical, claims being made in our political … more
It is now 10:45 a.m. on a Tuesday. Several aircraft have departed from Luke Air Force Base, but it is now very quiet. I know that the noise will resume and it will be often throughout the day and … more
There are some big changes on the horizon for education in Maricopa County, if Gov. Ducey’s legislative agenda continues to get a good reception from our state lawmakers. Last week Gov. … more
Lately, our airspace over Sun City and Youngtown has been noisier from increased Luke Air Force Base traffic. Luke is supposed to receive more aircraft and increase their training of pilots, … more
The Maricopa County Assessor must have very little actual work to do if he can be gone for months while defending himself in three states on an adoption fraud issue and still there is no evidence … more
Glendale’s 7th Annual Hometown Christmas Parade was a great way to get into the holiday spirit. With 134 entries to the parade, it was the largest parade in Glendale and Arizona. Watch a video … more
Are you looking for new ways to save time this new year? Social Security offers many of its services online by signing up for a secure my Social Security account. Once you create an account, you can … more
What is the Johnson Amendment? In 1954, Lyndon Baines Johnson as a minority leader in the U.S Senate running for re-election was successful in passing a bill that said if you want to be absolved … more
If you injured yourself playing a youth sport, you could be experiencing the painful consequences of an injury that didn’t heal properly. more
Glendale is getting ready to welcome four restaurants that are well-known at other cities in the Valley: Portillo’s, Lou Malnati’s Pizzeria, Matt’s Big Breakfast and Barrio Queen … more
Our hospitals and health care professionals have served the people of Arizona in the most critical times — from your most joyful to your most frightening moments, our health systems have been with you, the people of Arizona, on your journey. more
The Mission of the Sun City Community Assistance Network is to, “Connect people with resources to enhance their standard of living.” more
Be a light to someone going through a difficult time this holiday season and consider taking part in Phoenix Children’s Hospital’s Ignite Hope walk. For the first time this year, the walk … more
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
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