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Behavioral health has always been as important as physical health, and the COVID-19 pandemic brought it out of the shadows and into the spotlight. The tight relationship between behavioral and … more
Two of the biggest topics buzzing around our industry these days are the resurgence of golf and how to make the sport, and private golf clubs, more inclusive. Our core demographic is changing and if … more
The callous indifference for Pinal County’s most at-risk communities for contacting COVID-19 was exhibited by a recent 3-2 vote by the board of supervisors against accepting a federal $3.4 … more
I don’t subscribe, but this publication was put into my mailbox. I saw this story (“5 in city government paid $140K-plus: Records reveal Apache Junction’s top 25 highest-paid … more
After reading your article (“Gold Canyon residents reject state land plans,” a cover story in the September 2021 issue), I thought there was more to the state land sale in Gold … more
Over the last five years, Arizona has been capitalizing on a lot of “ups” — fix up, patch up and catch up — and we have made some significant work to build out our … more
Gold Canyon Strong celebrated its one-year anniversary in August. We’re becoming known as a group that brings sunshine to Gold Canyon by offering the community several events each month, … more
In most cases, a pet dog or cat will do just fine. But, how about adopting a pet that could live for 100 years or longer?“Kuzyk Turtle Rescue” is providing good forever homes for … more
Good letters [and Valley Voices] in the paper by Venice (“Responds to accusations against liberals,” Daily Independent, Aug. 10, 2021) and Morien (“Not done yet, reply … more
I am reaching out to you today regarding the Arizona State Land Trust’s decision to sell 11,700 acres of pristine desert land in Gold Canyon at the foothills of the Superstition … more
Pinal County major comprehensive plan amendment No. PZ-PA-006-21 is bad for Apache Junction and Gold Canyon. It would change an area of 11,700 acres at the base of the Superstition Mountains along … more
This summer will present a huge challenge to the Superstition Community Food Bank, a non-profit organization that for the past 40 years has provided food and other necessities to struggling families … more
For the past 10 years Mountain View Lutheran Church is privileged to be a member of a coalition of churches in the Apache Junction area banded together for the common purpose of aiding the less … more
Not since the June 1 letter in the Independent criticizing the proposed closing of the Apache Junction Social Security Administration office, has anyone from the SSA stepped forward in response and … more
The mission of the Kids at Hope organization, from their website, is “to inspire, empower and transform schools, organizations serving youth and entire communities to create an environment and … more
On any given day in the city of Apache Junction there are literally hundreds of motorcycles on the road. If it’s a weekend, there are even more. Thanks to the twists and turns of scenic State … more
Yesterday, Rep. Paul Gosar, his team, City of Apache Junction Mayor Chip Wilson and I had a telephonic conference call with the Social Security Administration officials looking at closing the Social … more
Life these days is lived on the cell phone. No matter where you go, no matter what you’re doing, your cell phone is with you or somewhere nearby. You use it for calls and text messages. You … more
One of the biggest challenges for Pinal County is the majority of people in the workforce are commuting to Maricopa county to work. When this happens, Arizona’s tax dollars, your local … more
The city of Apache Junction will be holding a regular City Council meeting at 7 p.m. June 15 at 300 E. Superstition Blvd. What we plan to do is hold up picket signs to help spread awareness on the … more
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