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Despite diligent monitoring, no signs of invading bass have showed up since the Arizona Game and Fish Department used chemicals to route invaders in the final two-mile stretch of Fossil Creek last year.
Whether your new cat is coming from a shelter, a home, an urban street or a country barn, the first 24 hours in your home are special and critical.
The slimy, invading, prolific, fast-growing gizzard shad have taken over Roosevelt Lake.
Train offers trip through time to a timeless place
We grabbed our tickets and hurried out the hotel door, racing to the station to catch the early morning Wild West show.
The Humane Society of Central Arizona is located at 602 W. Wilson Court, just south of Main Street off McLane Road.
Container gardens have long been used to add a spot of color by a front entrance or expand planting space in city lots, balconies and decks.
Although summer isn’t officially here, it is definitely heating up. While you are enjoying the many outdoor activities that we all love such as fishing, hiking, BBQing and going to the lake, it’s important to keep not only yourself and your kids safe, but your pets as well.
Since the vernal equinox (first day of spring) passed, the sun stays up longer than it stays down. That’s the signal for those uninvited guests at any garden party – weeds!
Rim hillsides, big yards and small, as well as the large Payson Community Garden are features of the June 8 Garden Walk.
Pedal- pushing writer finds it’s not just the view -- it’s the bike you’re behind
“I think I may have missed the turn off,” local bike shop owner Mick Wolf said nonchalantly as we wearily pushed our bikes to the top of the rocky hill where other riders waited.
It is a huge decision to give away your pet, no matter how long or brief the period of time of ownership.
Tonto Creek rushes past my perch in the granite/gneiss heart of the canyon below Bear Flat. Lobo lies on the grassy bank alongside me, having returned from his initial reconnaissance to resume his fitful study of the mystery of human motivation.
Sitting on the shore of Roosevelt Lake listening to the gentle lapping of the water as a soft dawn spread over the distant mountains, I pondered the comfort it gave me to sit here in a half-crazed world. We human beings can’t seem to withdraw ourselves from the hectic cycle of life. We’re so trapped in our daily routines, commitments and tasks that we forget how to simply be — exist and enjoy the world. So a short rest from “doing” can make all the difference when life seems to pile up around us.
The Sunset Jazz and Wine Auction is quickly approaching. This fun-filled event will feature several activities, including a raffle. Raffle tickets are $10 each, six for $50 or 12 for $100, and you need not be present to win.
For me, it was the Mustang — the twinge of glory and shame. But that’s just me. I spent a perfect, sun-drenched, cloud-spattered, green-grass day in Green Valley Park on Saturday at the 20th annual Beeline Cruise-In classic car show recollecting those glory days — and eavesdropping on other lives.