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Rose Mofford, Arizona’s first female governor, dies at 94

Rose Mofford, Arizona’s 18th governor and the first woman to hold the office, died Thursday morning in a hospice in Phoenix. She was 94.

Local business offers venue for student art

Young artists in Ahwatukee have a new outlet where they can display their work, and it all comes as part of one local business owner’s attempt to make First Fridays an event in Ahwatukee.

With Hyde, adventure is always out there!

Hyde is a 1-year-old, 38-pound Australian Cattle Dog/Bull terrier mix. He loves toys and will even entertain himself. Hyde also enjoys training, car rides, and going for walks. He would love to be your life partner in crime. And if you are a Starbucks fan, Hyde lives for his “Puppucinos.” With a waived adoption fee, nothing will come between you and the spice in your life.

Cigna celebrates each Cardinals kick

Cigna presented a $10,000 donation to the Foundation for Blind Children at the Arizona Cardinals game on Jan. 3, as a sponsor of the Cardinals Charities “Kick for Kids” program.

Pitman named to Hamilton College dean’s list

Kyle J. Pitman, son of Ronda Pitman of Ahwatukee and James Pitman, also of Ahwatukee, has been named to the dean’s list at Hamilton College for the 2015 fall semester.