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Recently, Fire Chief Light in Prescott reached out to me to see if we could ask the Navy to name a warship after the Yarnell 19, the 19 firefighters that died in the 2013 Yarnell fire. I thought … more
Today’s State of the State address was yet another welcome reminder that Gov. Ducey is focused like a laser-beam on ensuring Arizona’s economic momentum continues. more
Ringing in the new year provides us with a moment of reflection on years past. Looking back, I am so proud of the work that was accomplished in 2019. Many of these accomplishments will continue … more
Over the last 10 years the number of internet users has doubled from two billion to four billion - more than half of the global population. National Data Privacy Day Jan. 28 reminds us that while … more
The twin annexations of Arizona State Trust land by the Town of Queen Creek and City of Apache Junction and road construction in the region --- including plans for an interim State Route 24 roadway … more
As 2019 comes to a close, it is a fantastic time to reflect on Queen Creek’s 30th Anniversary. The foundation of this community continues to be the people, which is one of the reasons we … more
Comment on "Protesters demand end to police crime-suppression sweeps on light rail," on page 10 of the Jan. 1, 2020 issue: I feel Valley Metro light rail has every right to use police to enforce the … more
As we head into the new year, I wanted to let you know how much your Medicare premiums, deductibles and other out-of-pocket costs will be in 2020. Each year, Medicare premiums, deductibles, and … more
As the year comes to a close and we gather with friends and family for the holidays, I want to take a minute to say thank you for allowing me to serve you on the Maricopa County on the Board of Supervisors. more
During this holiday season, let us reflect on our blessings this past year. This time of year is special because I have the opportunity to tell you how proud and grateful I am to represent the … 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
Keeping up with your home can be a labor of love. We want our home to be a cozy and comforting place; however, things such as clutter, renovations and safety hazards can make it difficult to relax. … more
If you have Medicare, there are covered options to help you manage pain safely and effectively. Medicare covers prescription pain medications under Part D. In addition, Medicare Part B (medical insurance) helps pay for services that may help you manage your pain with less reliance on drugs... more
As we usher in the holiday season, I invite you to be part of the growing movement to #ShopSmall while preparing for gatherings with family and friends. more
There’s something wonderful about the holidays. Friends and family get together to enjoy a tasty feast, surrounded by holiday decorations and accompanied by festivities and … more
As we move into November, a month of gratitude, the U.S. Small Business Administration begins the month by celebrating National Veterans Small Business Week, during Nov. 4-8. We take this opportunity … more
Queen Creek really needs all the new funding --- "Hey folks, look: It’s bags of cash." Love it so much we decided to ask the voters for an additional six years of tax increases? Heck QC, the … more
Ride-share could be coming to our Town of Queen Creek. This is a very important subject for me as I have four special-needs kids.  Two of them need a ride to and from home every day to their … more
It should be easy to find the federally-mandated Clery campus-security reports for local community colleges, but it’s not. Some local websites list them under campus security; while at … more
It should be easy to find the federally-mandated Clery campus-security reports for local community colleges, but it’s not. Some local websites list them under campus security; while at … more
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