VOL. 18  ISSUE NO. 1   |   JANUARY 4 – 10, 2012


Rural/Metro pushes to form Rio Verde Fire District

RIO VERDE – Signatures are currently being collected to form the Rio Verde Foothills County Island Fire District (RVFCIFD), otherwise known as a special taxing district.  Keep reading ...


Obama eligibility challenges move forward in Georgia

‘[A] minority of Americans have an absolute right to be protected from a non-natural-born-citizen being elected President’

ATLANTA – On Jan. 3, 2012, Georgia Administrative Law Judge Michael M. Malihi, who consolidated several cases challenging Barack Obama’s eligibility to be placed on the primary ballot in Georgia, issued an order denying Obama’s motion to dismiss those challenges.   Keep reading ...


Government collects in English, redistributes in 175+ languages

Official English legislation could change that

WASHINGTON – ProEnglish, advocates of official English, defends English’s historic role as America’s common, unifying language, as it works to persuade lawmakers to adopt English as the official language at all levels of government.  Keep reading ...

JANUARY 4, 2012

Scottsdale Civil War Round Table

Ed Bearss presents "Raising The Cairo" Jan. 17

Ed Bearss, Chief Historian Emeritus of the National Park Service, is one of the foremost Civil War historians on the planet. He is a celebrated tour guide, lecturer, author, and authority on all aspects of our Civil War.   Keep reading ...

JANUARY 4, 2012

Arizona Food Banks pleased to announce Hunger Relief Specialty License Plate

PHOENIX – The Association of Arizona Food Banks (AAFB), along with its member food banks Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona, Desert Mission Food Bank, St. Mary’s Food Bank Alliance, United Food Bank, and Yuma Community Food Bank, are pleased to announce the “Ending Hunger One Plate at a Time” specialty license plate is now available for purchase by Arizona vehicle owners.   Keep reading ...

JANUARY 4, 2012

The 2012 unveiling of The Rough Riders Flag and symposium

Presented by the Arizona Capitol Museum Guild

To celebrate the 2012 Unveiling of the Rough Riders Flag the Arizona Capitol Museum Guild Historian, Matthew Krahn, and the Arizona Rough Riders’ Association will present a symposium on the history of the First Volunteer Cavalry, also known as the Rough Riders, and their flag during the 1898 Spanish American War in Cuba at 1 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2012 at the Arizona Capitol Museum.  Keep reading ...

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