Bisson: First AJ/GC senior expo draws 400-plus in attendance

I want to personally thank those of you who visited our first senior expo at Central Arizona College’s Superstition Mountain Campus, 805 S. Idaho Road, Apache Junction. We had a great time meeting our readers and learning about the various businesses on display. If you haven’t heard, we’ve launched our 13th print publication, the Litchfield […]

Edwards: Flight-training schools putting our lives in danger

A rebuttal to Jeff Serdy, who wrote the opinion “Development of Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport benefits air travelers, regional economy.” Mr. mayor, have you asked the home owners and business owners in the flight schools and  commercial flight zones about their thoughts? Have you asked them how air traffic lowers their property values? Here is an […]

Struble: Inaugural prayer walk held in Apache Junction

Jan. 12 was a great day in Apache Junction. It started at 9:30 a.m. at Table of Grace Church, 1075 S. Idaho Road No. 108, Apache Junction. About 90 people gathered to prepare for the inaugural prayer walk around Apache Junction. There was instruction given and a video on “breaking down the walls of Jericho” […]

Serdy: Development of Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport benefits air travelers, regional economy

Greater Phoenix is fortunate to have a modern and vibrant multi-modal transportation system that helps safeguard our region’s economic vitality and long-term sustainability. Airports are a critical component of that system and create jobs, facilitate commerce, and provide access to the global marketplace for the communities they serve. In the Phoenix East Valley, the evolution […]

Slyter: World-class neurological care comes to the East Valley

During my long career in health care, I’ve witnessed the struggles of patients facing complex neurological conditions. For some, a lengthy commute to the hospital can pose a barrier to the care they desperately need. That’s why I’m excited to bring the world-class Barrow Neurological Institute to Dignity Health Chandler Regional Medical Center. No longer […]

Arney: Not possible to safely drive and text at same time

Before there is another senseless death or accident, it’s time for the state legislature to take action. The use of handheld devices for texting or calling is causing unnecessary accidents that can be avoided. A vehicle traveling 40 mph travels 60 feet in one second. The time it takes to text a message can change […]

Gosar: Reflecting on 2018, Arizona’s Fourth Congressional District

I want to reflect back on the many events of 2018. Besides the inflamed rhetoric, violence from ANTIFA and other leftists, the economy is booming, foreign countries now respect the United States, we are winning the trade wars and there is a new and robust optimism in the country. I am proud to have been […]

Dyer: Credit card fraud can happen to anyone

On Thanksgiving Day, someone bought goods at an Arizona casino and stayed at an area motel. Then on Black Friday they attempted to shop three times at a major retailer and pay for food at a restaurant. All with my credit card. I was e-mailed about one charge I had not made and I phoned […]

Marks: Take advantage of Arizona tax credit before the end of 2018

Did you know Arizona allows an individual taxpayer to contribute up to $200 (or a married couple filing jointly up to $400) to a public school of their choice and get a dollar-for-dollar credit against your tax liability? That means you can direct some of the money you would normally pay in state taxes can […]

Allazetta: 5 money-saving tips to help reduce health care costs in 2019

For many people, the start of new year is a customary time to assess their health and finances. And for most Arizonans new health plan benefits begin in January, so now is an ideal time to learn how your health plan works. Here are five tips that may lead you to better health and even […]