This is my world. All things considered, it’s a pretty good place to be. Last fall, my husband and I decided that, with our home equity finally built to a reasonable sum, we should invest in landscaping our large corner lot and put in a pool. It’s almost done, and it’s amazing. I didn’t real… Read more g
It’s been 17 days since The Apache Junction & Gold Canyon News team decided to work remotely for the sake of social distancing. I miss seeing my tribe, but overall, the transition has gone well. My yoga room made space for my office and is now lovingly dubbed ‘The Yoffice.’ It’s an inter… Read more g
As many of you know, the city is going to a single company to handle much of the residential solid waste pickup within the city limits. Read more g
Here's the link to my weekly MLB podcast on Sports Radio Service, San Francisco. Covered many topics, including the Diamondbacks...
On assignment in late May of 2003, I attended Sacramento High School’s reunion for its Class of June 1941. Ninety-two members of that class filled the Dante Club for their 62-year reunion.
On July 2, it was proven again that you’ll see something at a baseball game you haven’t seen before. If you’re a Diamondbacks fan, it might not be the best memory to carry around.
Rock and Roll 101 takes on a patriotic theme this week.
I started Rock and Roll 101 nine years ago at another station in the East Valley. It’s the type of specialized vintage rock show I’d wanted to try for a long time, and it ran for almost five years until the station manager pulled the plug. Not just on my show, but the whole operation.
A couple of big league championships were wrapped up within the last week. One was 52 years in the making, the other took 24.
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch unintentionally brought back memories of the 1948 presidential election results, when the Chicago Daily Tribune erroneously declared on its front page, “Dewey Beats Truman.”
By Trish Hoagland
By Dana Trumbull
With the General Election just a few weeks away, the ads, posts, snipes, muckraking and political grandstanding has reached fever pitch. The local race for two positions on the local School Board is no exception; however, one of the topics being wielded to bludgeon two of the candidates, inc…
John R. Acton is no longer on the ballot for Justice of the Peace.
By Daniel Dullum
By Dana Trumbull
BY ROBIN BARKER