Band students at Desert Vista High School gathered along with band director Josh Thye to accept a $1,000 check from Fulton Homes for being December’s monthly winner of the Fulton Homes Noon Salute program.
Did you change your name last year? Did your dependent have a name change? If the answer to either question is yes, be sure to notify the Social Security Administration before you file your tax return with the IRS.
While most teenagers spend their time just trying to get through junior high and high school in one piece, 13-year-old Mesa resident Kayli Merwin is giving a voice to children facing adversity through hope-filled songs in her latest EP “Tapestry.”
The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching has recognized Mesa (MCC) and Chandler-Gilbert Community Colleges (CGCC) by awarding each a 2015 Community Engagement classification, a significant and competitive recognition that highlights dedication to community service. This is the first classification for MCC and a renewal of CGCC’s initial 2006 designation. The colleges represent two of only three Arizona schools and just 361 colleges and universities nationwide that currently hold the designation. Between MCC and CGCC, more than 5,000 students performed upwards of 115,000 hours of community service last year.
A dash of drama for your interiors can make the difference between a blah place and a stunning interior designed home. Sometimes, drama has gotten a bad name but, when it comes to interiors, a splash of drama is what distinguishes your custom designed space unique.
Today marks the start of the current tax filing season. So, before you procrastinate about gathering your records to get your return done, here’s a very important reason to help you get motivated. Tax fraudsters and identity thieves may very well beat you to it.
PHOENIX -- Gov. Doug Ducey wants to take more than $900,000 in funds specifically donated by taxpayers to help post 9/11 veterans to instead operate new cemeteries for veterans near Marana and Flagstaff and keep the doors open at an existing one in Sierra Vista.
While 2014 brought us a ton of tremendous blockbusters about superheroes, LEGOS, and talking raccoons, it was also a banner year for smaller movies about life itself. No matter what the budget, this year had no shortage of great films. Today we’ll be taking a look at my 10 personal favorites.
Sometimes God comes right out and tells us what to do. Matthew 7.12 says, “Treat others the way you would like them to treat you.” Now it doesn’t get much more black and white than that. At other times, He can be more subtle. Jesus often spoke in parables and afterwards his disciples had to say, “What in the heck were you talking about back there.”
Talking Stick Resort’s chef, Ron Dimas, was named champion of the Arizona Indian Gaming Association’s Expo 2014 Chef’s Challenge on Nov. 6, 2014. It’s the second year in a row that Dimas was recognized with the “Best of Show” title.
Joseph B. Ortiz, an Edward Jones financial advisor in the Ahwatukee Foothills, and Bobbi Musel, a branch office administrator, have accepted invitations to become limited partners in The Jones Financial Cos., the holding company for the St. Louis-based financial services firm.