I have known John McCain both personally and professionally since the 1970s. We are fortunate to have Sen. John McCain representing Arizona in the U.S. Senate; he is a man of integrity and a fighter. Throughout his lifetime of service, he has never wavered or shied away from tough situations. He didn’t stop fighting for our country when his plane was shot down in Vietnam or after five and half years in a prison camp in Hanoi. Even more so, he has never stopped fighting for Arizona veterans, for our men and women in uniform and for Arizona families.
As a fourth generation Arizonan, I have a unique perspective as to what makes our state great.
The Surprise Information Pamphlet for the November Bond Election provides some statements that every citizen needs to examine. In general, it …
Editor’s Note: Sun City Fire and Medical Department Chief Mike Thompson offered additional information regarding a portion of a story in the O…
As I was walking and collecting signatures to get my name on the ballot for Peoria Unified School District, I had the opportunity to listen to…
Sen. John McCain deserves our respect for not defecting when imprisoned and tortured in Vietnam. He, however, does not deserve to be returned …
We hear Donald Trump talk about the barriers to the creation of new jobs in America, citing a 35 percent corporation tax rate and overbearing …
I live on the 8th hole of Lakes East Golf Course and over the past several months have watched the progress of the work being done.
In Sun City West a homeowner parks three cars, all with auto covers, all summer long.
With all the complaining about the Recreation Centers of Sun City golf courses, I am surprised that more Sun Citians aren’t playing at Union …
This is an open letter to FBI Director Comey and U.S. Attorney General Lynch.
Surprise has begun the process of attempting to annex approximately 200 acres of a county island surrounding Paradise Honors High School and a future junior high school, paving the way for a new development.
The Paradise Honors Panthers have been on a tear since losing their first game of the season pulling out eight straight victories, including Saturday’s 61-15 rout against the Kingman Academy Tigers.
Imagine high school without sports teams, dances, elective classes or school spirit activities.
A 3-year-old child from Surprise died Monday morning due to injuries sustained when trapped under a dresser Sunday morning.
The Arizona Department of Transportation has issued a project update for the Grand Avenue/Bell Road Interchange Project, which includes upcoming traffic restrictions and a schedule of on-site activities for the week of Oct. 24.
Peoria Council approved a contract for $1.7 million with T.Y. Lin International to provide design engineering services for the Happy Valley Parkway widening project between Lake Pleasant Parkway and the Agua Fria River.
Recently, Surprise Today sent a questionnaire to the five candidates for three seats on the Dysart Unified School District governing board.
A bit after 5 p.m. Friday a barricade situation near 78th and Sweetwater avenues ended, Peoria Police officials said.
Sunrise Mountain is the name of the school — and an apt description of what opposing volleyball teams are looking at when they try an attack.
Sun City Fire and Medical District officials have struggled to make ends meet since the drastic drop in the housing market and the economic downturn of 2008.