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Fishing season sneaks up on a disheveled writer and his deadlines
So I’m standing in the driveway getting ready to go back to work and cover yet another night meeting when something strange and wondrous insinuates itself into the weary corner of my eye down on the East Verde River, ponded up behind the crossing.
When people go to the Humane Society or animal shelter looking to adopt a pet, they are more than likely going to leave with one that is a lighter color or one with interesting markings.
The Humane Society of Central Arizona and PAWS in the Park have teamed up to bring the M.A.S.H. mobile vet to Payson on Saturday, April 13.
Outdoor Industry Association releases economic data for all 50 states
Outdoor recreation in Arizona generates $10.6 billion annually, which generates about 104,000 Arizona jobs.
After carpooling from Payson, we park our vehicles in a lot near the entrance to the Roosevelt Bridge.
Has your dog ever gone missing? Your indoor cat disappear for a few days?
Petrified Forest lays reveals violent past to a warm-blooded pair of survivors
The wind blew. The planet spun. The light faded And all the while I stood pondering fate on a ridge above the crystallized corpse of a lost world on a ridge in the Petrified National Forest.
The Mobile Animal Surgical Hospital (M.A.S.H.) is the first veterinary-owned low-cost spay/neuter clinic in Arizona. M.A.S.H. works toward reducing the number of unwanted pets by offering quality spay/neuter services at affordable prices for responsible pet owners.
As a pet owner, you hear a lot about vaccinations and how your four-legged friend has to have them. But what are pet vaccinations? And what vaccinations should your pet have?
Here at the Humane Society of Central Arizona, we love a happy ending. Adoption success stories are what it’s all about.
Shared misery, view from the top proves tough bond
Morris Brown and his son are the kind of people who can reconnect in zero-degree temperatures, under weighty packs, over death-trap crevasses and high up on icy mountain peaks.
Easily distracted and chronically late writer discovers an alien world on a windshield
I groaned. Then I sighed. The Jeep was ice-bound.
Having a pet is usually a rite of childhood.
Fawn was huddled in her kennel, wrapped in blankets and a little sweater.
Outdoor Adventure Club gets kids on the slopes to challenge their skills
“Make a wedge with your skis and use your foot to tell your skis to turn,” said Ron, the Sunrise Ski Resort ski instructor.