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For the last 10 years or so, a plant disease known as Oleander Leaf Scorch (OLS) has been spreading through the oleanders in the Arcadia and Central Phoenix area. The infection is caused by a …

Our unique climate in the heart of the Sonoran Desert is home to a variety of animal species, most of which leave humans and pets alone. At the same time, it’s important to remember that the n…

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We may live in the heart of the Sonoran Desert, but that doesn’t mean we can’t cool off in our gorgeous natural surroundings. With summer in full swing, many Valley residents are looking for f…

The Fourth of July was one of my favorite holidays when I was growing up. Our family home had a big backyard, with an open field of grass and a pool, perfect for hosting the party my parents w…

It’s always amazing to read all the interesting reader questions we get each month—and we do our best to read and respond to them all. Sculptures, unused sporting event tickets and vintage Hal…

From the smell of burning coals to melt-in-your-mouth smoked brisket, nothing brings family and friends together during summer months like a barbecue. 

The summer is an exciting time for young job seekers. A new group of graduates has just been minted and are searching for their first full-time job. But, there are many pitfalls you may encoun…

Keegan Twyerould, a student at Arcadia High School, finished the school year with quite an accomplishment. The junior recently won a gold medal for his pin design at the SkillsUSA Arizona Stat…

The Arcadia Titans softball team’s historic season came to an end on May 10, against Ironwood Ridge, but this season can’t be called anything other than a success.

Arcadia High School’s Beach Volleyball team has passed, set and spiked its way to the state playoffs. 

Hundreds of music lovers recently gathered for a spring music festival featuring live performances on a stage under the stars, food trucks and a vendor fair. Sounds like something you’d find a…