5 days ago
The odds are high that you or someone you know have turned to using digital payment apps, such as Venmo, Cash App or Zelle. Originally marketed as a way for friends to split expenses, a 2020 …
5 days ago
Summer is upon us once again. Before I retired from education back in the Midwest, summer meant great weather and time to spend with my sons. Summer still means staying active, but in Arizona it …
Saturday, July 24
After more than a calendar year of virtual experience and a plethora of Zoom video conferences, presenters and students for the Rio Institute for Senior Learning, programs are scheduled to be back on the brick-and-mortar campus.
Thursday, July 22
In his letter (“Reader offers alternative to watering courses,” Sun City West Independent, July 7, 2021), writer Terry Burks opines on the topic of Sun City West golf courses, our water usage and his idea to shut down one of the courses and sell off the land to developers.
Wednesday, July 21
My wife and I attended the last Sun City Home Owners Association Roads and Safety Committee meeting in hopes of prodding the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office into some kind of action on the speeding problem that has become so serious on West Peoria and on other through streets in Sun City, such as 103rd and 107th avenues south of Grand Avenue.
Tuesday, July 20
According to an article (“Vaccines get thumbs up,” Sun City West Independent, July 7, 2021), the claim was made that “three vaccines so far approved for use in the U.S. have proved to be effective in keeping people alive and out of the hospital.”