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Tumultuous Tombstone

Tumultuous Tombstone Pony up for a historical learning adventure By J. Adam Burch and Stacey Lane The trees were like skeletons and it was cold when the signs came into view. The history  said it was haunted. Modern television shows and movies kids shouldn’t watch before bedtime have been made abo...
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High Desert Park, a Gift that Keeps on Giving

High Desert Park, a Gift that Keeps on Giving by Beth Cothern In 1981, The Phoenix Gazette reported: “If their origin is somewhat of a mystery, their continuity is even more so.” In 2016, things are pretty much the same for the High Desert Park in Black Canyon City (BCC). The organization, o...
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The Right Care, Right at Home, in Black Canyon City

The Right Care, Right at Home Beth Bobier is Right at Home with Black Canyon City.  Ms. Bobier’s friendly demeanor shines through with Right at Home, a service that provides care giving for almost any family and practically any situation.   The recent expansion of the Right at Home North Phoenix q...
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Memorable Encounters in Black Canyon

Credos from the Road – by Stacey Lane After meeting my daughter and grandchildren for breakfast at the nearby Rock Springs Café, I was riding home to the neighboring town of Black Canyon City and spotted an unusual western fence that caused me to pull over and contemplate the next cover photo for my Fac...
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Black Canyon City’s Patriotic Parade

Black Canyon City resident and veteran, Gerry Cook of VFW Post 1796, took the reins for the Veterans Day Parade held Saturday, November 7th. When Woodrow Wilson declared 11 November a holiday, the primary intention was to have a day to think about and reflect on the sacrifices of those who had served in...
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