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Student Gardeners Growing Fun!

Teaching others how to garden in our challenging Sonoran desert climate is just one of the ways our group, Rita Gardens, is helping support gardening success in our community. We have workshops for all ages and abilities on everything from...

Ten Minute Organizing Tip

If your piles of piles make you swoon, take heart! Whether you’re tackling a monstrous pile of papers or a house full of clutter, you can get a lot done by setting aside (and I mean put it on your calendar) just 10 minutes a day. I promise...

Halloween Safety Tips from the American...

Halloween is an exciting time of year for kids, and to help ensure they have a safe holiday, here are some tips from the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP). Feel free to excerpt these tips or use them in their entirety for any print or...

Letter To The Editor – Kim Montenegro

To all of you who saved my life on Friday, the 8th of September. On Friday I had my daughter with me and we were picking up my son at Andrada Polytechnic High School. I’m a diabetic and I had tested my sugar before I left to pick my kids...

State vs Private MVD

It is normal for most to assume that only the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) can issue Arizona driver licenses along with title registration services for vehicles. The state of Arizona has also contracted with over 150 third party...

Vail Unified School District (VUSD)

(Pictured Left to Right) Vail Unified School District (VUSD) Governing Board Clerk Allison Pratt, VUSD School Superintendent Calvin Baker and his wife Nancy Baker, nationally renown author and keynote speaker Doug Fields, VUSD Governing Board...

Scouts Raise Funds for Hurricane Victims

Boy Scout Troop 770 held a car wash on September 2nd to raise money for the American Red Cross and the victims of the devastating Harvey Hurricane. Senior Patrol Leader Billy Howe said that $756.00 was raised. He also stated that the Scouts had...