Warmer weather may still be months away, but Altered Tails, a 501(c)3 organization and the Valley’s largest spay/neuter clinic specializing in high quality, low cost services, wants you to “Beat the Heat” by spaying your cat in advance of her heat cycle and preventing unwanted litters from being born this spring.
Welcoming more than 1 million people to our city for the Super Bowl isn’t just about providing great entertainment and a great experience — it’s also a chance for us to showcase how Phoenix has transformed.
“The Food Groups” explores consumer culture, race and labor issues as they relate to American food production and promotion. The installation will be on display at ASU’s West campus from Feb. 25 through March 26. [Submitted photo]
Hannagan Meadow in Alpine, Ariz. has changed significantly in the more than 80 years it has been around, but one Ahwatukee Foothills family is making sure the lodge and its history is preserved for many years to come.
By now, most Ahwatukee homeowners have submitted their payment to the Ahwatukee Board of Management (ABM) homeowners association and may wonder what, exactly, it is used for. I, to, used to wonder about that but never took the time to contact the office to ask. In fact, I pay two assessments; Ahwatukee Recreation Center (ARC) and ABM, and I have friends in our community that pay three different assessments. Having served on the board for the past several years, this year as president, I hope I can take the guess work out of it for you.
The Arizona Youth Soccer Association (AYSA), in collaboration with MaxInMotion, presented 581 youth soccer players with scholarships for the 2014-2015 season. This year marks the third year of this unique partnership, in which MaxInMotion has cumulatively awarded $410,000 in funding to AYSA for deserving players. Applications increase every year with about 799 applications being submitted this season from 33 AYSA clubs across the state.
The Surprise Recreation Campus Box Office opens 7 a.m. today with tickets available for a variety of events, including 2015 spring training, the Celebrity Flag Football Challenge and two college baseball tournaments.
KINGMAN — Danielle Stephens grew up on a cattle ranch here in the 1950s. She rode horses, spent her days in the sun and, like many people in the area, delighted in watching mushroom clouds spring up beyond the mountains.