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YCSO searching for suspect who robbed BCC business BLACK CANYON CITY – The Yavapai County Sheriff ’s Office is searching for the man (pictured right, from a surveillance camera photo) who robbed the Family Dollar store in Black Canyon City on Aug. 2. Since the first report of the robbery, YCSO has received multiple leads on the suspect’s identity. YCSO is still seeking further information as they continue the investigation into the case. A $1,000 reward is available for information leading to an arrest. YCSO detailed the robbery in an Aug. 3 release, asking for anyone with information to come forward. “Just before 9 p.m. (on Aug. 2), the lone suspect entered the

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Family Dollar store and asked for help finding a can of WD40,” the release stated. “Once at the counter, the suspect brandished a handgun and pointed it directly towards one of the two clerks in the store and demanded money. The clerks complied by placing currency from the register on the counter which was then gathered up by the suspect. Before leaving, the

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CAREFREE – The Carefree Town Council unanimously approved the $407,400 purchase of a two-story 3,750 squarefoot building during its regular council meeting last month on Aug. 17, for the purpose of permanently relocating the council chambers sometime next year. The newly purchased building on 33 Easy Street will be the future location of the town council meetings and house administrative offices, as well. Carefree will close the loan on Sept. 11, with the building appearing near new, and in good repair, according to the recent building inspection.

Pictured: 33 Easy Street, which is slated to be the site of the new Carefree Town Council building.

“It (the inspection) came back extremely well,” said Mayor Les Peterson in an interview. “A few

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Burro population management: BLM encouraging burro adoption ELIZABETH MEDORA STAFF

NORTH VALLEY – It’s said that burros can find their way home. But what happens when their home is getting too small for their herd? The burros of the Lake Pleasant herd are a special part of the local wildlife, and many residents enjoy seeing them. However, the burros are facing hazards because their numbers have exponentially increased in past years, leading the burros out of their safe habitat into possible dangers, like ending up in traffic. The growing burro population also damages the habitat of native animals, causing them to be displaced from their homes.

Arizona burro population Arizona Game and Fish has contacted the Arizona Bureau of Land Management regarding burro overpopulation; the BLM manages some of Arizona’s wild horses and burros under the Wild Horse and Burro Act of 1971. The BLM is considering options for managing the population of burros; relocation is one option. Burro adoption is another option – the BLM encourages residents with adequate resources to adopt burros and wild horses. “It’s exciting to see the burros in the wild,” Dennis Godfrey, Arizona BLM spokesman, said. “I love seeing them out there. Many people do. But,

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you see them on the highways or automobiles hitting them – that’s a problem.” Nathan Gonzalez, Arizona Game and Fish Department Public Information Officer, noted, “Under the Wild Horse and Burro Act of 1971, the state should have no more than 1,316 burros within its borders. Yet surveys estimate the population at 4,411 – more than 235 percent above appropriate management levels developed and administered by the BLM as directed by Congress through the act.” Godfrey called the

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suspect fired a round from the handgun into the wall while standing in close proximity to the clerks intending to intimidate them. The suspect then fled with an undisclosed amount of cash. The clerks did not see or hear a vehicle. The suspect vehicle description came from a witness who had exited the store just prior to the robbery and saw the suspicious SUV in the Family Dollar store parking lot.” The robbery suspect is described as male, likely Caucasian, in his early 20s, weighing 155-170 pounds, height approximately 5’08” to 5’ 10”. At the time of the robbery, he was wearing a

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Touch-A-Truck event at library ANTHEM – To celebrate Library Card Sign-up Month, the North Valley Regional Library is hosting a Touch-A-Truck event in the Boulder Creek High School parking lot on Saturday, Sept. 19, 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Maricopa County Sheriff ’s Office is scheduled to bring an intake van, SWAT Team with armored vehicle, and search and rescue helicopter to the event. Daisy Mountain Fire Department is set to send a firetruck and firefighters to the event. Phoenix Fire Department will be holding a bike rodeo and car seat safety check. Southwest Sedan is scheduled to bring a limousine; CalPortland is set to bring a cement mixer. Anne Nichols is scheduled to bring a customized Xterra Pro4x. Republic Services will be bringing a garbage truck. Kona Ice will serve free shaved ice while supplies last. There will also be face painting and other events inside the library. For more information, call (602) 652-3000. The North Valley Regional Library is located at 40410 N. Gavilan Peak Pkwy., in Anthem.

Desert Botanical Garden to hold plant sale PHOENIX – Fall is the perfect time to add new plants to your yard and garden. Desert Botanical Garden is holding a plant sale on Saturday, Oct. 10 and Sunday, Oct. 11 that will be a one-stop shopping experience featuring the largest variety of arid-adapted plants available in one location. With more than 30,000 plants on-site, including cacti, succulents, trees, shrubs, groundcover, perennials, herbs/ veggies, and more, this sale is the best way to start your gardening season. There will be many new plant introductions and unusual plants of all sizes, with an emphasis on plants for a butterfly garden. Specimen-sized plants and delivery services will be available. Garden volunteers and staff horticulturists will be on hand to answer questions, assist in plant selections and offer advice. Members will receive a 10 percent discount on all purchases when they present their membership card. There is no admission charge to enter the Fall Plant Sale. The sale will run 7 a.m.-5 p.m. on Oct. 10 and 9 a.m.-5 p.m. on Oct. 11. The plant sale will take place in the events plaza at the

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Sept. 11 and Saturday, Sept. 12 from 10 a.m.-9 p.m. and hours on Sunday, Sept. 13 will be 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Special adoption pricing and hours are only in effect at this event and location. PetSmart Charities hosts National Adoption Weekends four times each year throughout the United States and Canada. The collaborative adoption event at the Deer Valley PetSmart store is the largest event scheduled for the September National Adoption Weekend.

Pet adoption blitz set for Sept. 11-13 PHOENIX – Four wellknown Valley animal rescue groups are joining forces for the PetSmart Charities National Adoption Weekend on Sept. 11-13. HALO Animal Rescue, Foothills Animal Rescue, Sheriff Arpaio’s MASH Unit, and Maricopa County Animal Care & Control will be doing adoptions at the Deer Valley PetSmart, located at 2901 W. Agua Fria Freeway, in Phoenix. The event, which is hosted by HALO Animal Rescue, will feature adoptable pets from all four agencies. Dogs and cats over six months of age will be available for $25; pets under six months of age will be $50. Every pet will be spayed/neutered and ready to go home. The event will run Friday,

Public Lands Cleanup, Sept. 26 YAVAPAI COUNTY – Join the Arizona State Rifle Pistol Association for a Public Lands Cleanup at Docie Pit Mine Road, 10 miles west of downtown Prescott on Iron Springs Road, on Saturday, Sept. 26, 7 a.m.-12 p.m. Come to shoot and help clean this shooting area. Attending partners include Prescott National Forest Staff, Yavapai Sheriff ’s Department, Arizona Game and Fish Department, Arizona State Rifle and Pistol Association, Best Pick Disposal, Copperstate Defense Institute, Mazy’s Firearms, Local Public Land Sport Shooters, and All Phase Remodel. See more details at www.asrpa. com/Cleanup/cleanup.html.

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minor scratches, but other than that it was very clean.” Currently, the town leases its council chambers, which is located in the building at 8 Sundial Circle, but the lease expires in July 2016. With last year’s court consolidation, the Carefree court was relocated to Cave Creek, and now the town is only utilizing half of the space it leases. Mayor Peterson formed a committee with the purpose of analyzing the cost benefits

of purchasing a building for the council chambers instead of leasing, and exploring the options available on the real estate market. He credited Councilman Mike Farrar for “leading the charge,” on finding the new location. “The timing couldn’t be better,” said Councilman Mike Farrar about finding the new building on Easy Street. With the building inspection complete, and the loan set to close soon, Carefree can expect to move into its newly remodeled council chambers by the time its lease expires in July 2016.

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Are you feeling rested? Just wondering how your official “Day of Rest”…otherwise called Labor Day tuned out. I love that holiday! Originated over one hundred years ago, it is one of the few national holidays that was created for no man, war, or religion, but for the common working stiff – you and me. It marks the end of summer, one more chance to hop in the car and get out of town for three days, or simply lounge around in the notion that we work hard and deserve an extra day off. My Labor Day sort of went like this: I think I will do nothing. I will plan on goofing off and do absolutely no chores, no cooking, and make no calls. Maybe stay in PJs all day and eats snacks, reading books. But then I wake up from my dreamstate and realize there are horses to feed, stalls to rake, birds to feed, coffee to make, meals to prepare, things to do…and my “day of rest” turns out like all others. Busy and running around. And I think I am not alone. Americans cannot sit still! My girlfriend, Liz, says they always have a big family

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New River man arrested for animal abuse NEW RIVER – A New River resident was arrested on Sept. 3 for animal abuse. James Wright, 29, was arrested after Maricopa County Sheriff ’s Office Animal Crimes detectives discovered 13 dogs in extremely poor condition at the New River home Wright occupied with his mother. Detectives say charges may also be filed against Wright’s mother. Sheriff ’s detectives executed a search warrant at the home, located near New River Road and Fig Springs Road. In an MCSO release, the detectives

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Sept. 11: Mountain Pointe at Boulder Creek, 7 p.m. Sept. 18: Boulder Creek at Desert Ridge, 7 p.m. Sept. 25: Boulder Creek at Basha, 7 p.m. Oct. 2: Centennial at Boulder Creek – Homecoming: 7 p.m. Oct 8: Boulder Creek at Pinnacle, 7 p.m. Oct. 16: Horizon at Boulder Creek, 7 p.m. Oct. 23: Boulder Creek at Liberty, 7 p.m. Oct. 30: Chaparral at Boulder Creek, 7 p.m.

Sept. 10: Boulder Creek at Mountain Pointe, 6 p.m. Sept. 17: Desert Ridge at Boulder Creek, 6 p.m. Sept. 24: Basha at Boulder Creek, 6 p.m. Oct. 1: Boulder Creek at Centennial, 6 p.m. Oct. 7: Pinnacle at Boulder Creek, 6 p.m. Oct. 15: Boulder Creek at Horizon, 6 p.m. Oct. 22: Liberty at Boulder Creek, 6 p.m. Oct. 29: Boulder Creek at Chaparral, 6 p.m.

Sept. 16: Boulder Creek at Desert Ridge, 6 p.m. Sept. 23: Boulder Creek at Basha, 6 p.m. Sept. 30: Centennial at Boulder Creek, 6 p.m. Oct. 7: Boulder Creek at Pinnacle, 6 p.m. Oct. 15: Horizon at Boulder Creek, 6 p.m. Oct. 21: Boulder Creek at Liberty, 6 p.m. Oct. 28: Chaparral at Boulder Creek, 6 p.m.

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Pictured left: The BCHS Jags Varsity vs. O’Connor at the Jags’ home game on Aug. 28.

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Pictured: The BCHS Jags Varsity vs. Salpointe Catholic at the Sept. 4 away game. The final score was BCHS 24, Salpointe 38.

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Sept. 10: Boulder Creek at Sunrise Mountain, 3:30 p.m. Sept. 17: Boulder Creek at Chaparral, 3:30 p.m. Sept. 24: Liberty at Boulder Creek, 3:30 p.m. Sept. 26: Phoenix Country Day School Invite, TBD Oct. 1: Boulder Creek at Sunnyslope, 3:30 p.m. Oct. 8: Mountain Ridge at Boulder Creek, 3:30 p.m. Oct. 10: NW Invite at YMCA, TBD Oct. 22: Charger Invite, TBD Oct. 30: NW Region, TBD Nov. 6: State, TBD

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There may be a new driver, but the fourth film in the rebooted “Transporter” series still focuses on high-speed car chases and fist-fighting extravagance. Gone is Jason Statham, the star of the first three films in the franchise, replaced by the deadpan, whispery-voiced Ed Skrein, who viewers may recognize from a small part in the “Game of Thrones” television show. Director Camille Delamarre, who last year helmed the parkour action film “Brick Mansions”, doesn’t bring anything new to the fledgling franchise but instead caters to the most fundamental elements of action movie making: car chase, gunfight, fistfight, explosion, repeat, a method that worked much better with Jason Statham in the driver’s seat. A gorgeous Audi sits in a dark parking structure, spotlighted as if it was a showroom. A group of men gaze at the shining beauty, readying to take it as their own. Out of the shadows a lone man in a perfectly tailored suit disrupts the theft. It ends with one man standing alone with his car. Frank Martin (Ed Skrein) is a very particular, professional driver that operates a business

by a specific set of rules. Frank is hired by a beautiful woman (Loan Chabanol) to assist in the robbery of a Russian crime lord who has been running a prostitution ring in France. Regardless of what the trailer for “The Transporter Refueled” may imply, there is a narrative at work underneath the car chases and fistfights. A desperate woman out for revenge with the help of a quiet tough guy: sound familiar? Here, it’s the

THE TRANSPORTER REFUELED Dir.: Camille Delamarre Starring: Ed Skrein, Ray Stevenson, Loan Chabanol, Gabriella Wright, and Tatiana Pajkovic 95 Minutes Relativity Europacorp Monte’s Rating: 1.50 out of 5.00 women imprisoned into a life of prostitution by a Russian bad-guy archetype, heavy accent and all, who are seeking revenge through an overly elaborate and often absurd scheme. The plot just floats around from scene to scene, making an appearance between action set pieces to make the viewer remember why the characters are dodging bullets, wearing disguises, and

chasing after speeding jets. Jason Statham’s charisma and screen presence, along with the composition of the fight scenes, had a factor in masking these narrative flaws in the first three films; here, they are harshly apparent. While Ed Skrein plays the role completely straightforwardly, even displaying a decent physical performance during fight scenes, the narrative undercuts all the characters by giving them terrible dialog and illogical decision-making. Making the most of a character that is utilized as a plot device, Ray Stevenson plays Frank’s father with a lighthearted and sometimes comedic approach. “The Transporter Refueled” wants to be an aggressively charged, adrenaline pumping action film but instead offers rehashed actions scenes that were done better in other films. That’s a problem for a film that looks to provide 95 minutes of mindless entertainment. Without Jason Statham, a key piece of what made these films

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PHOENIX – Through fundraising efforts at local stores and events throughout t Arizona, Circle K employees, customers, and vendors generously helped raise a record $5.8 million for United Cerebral Palsy of Central and Southern Arizona and Opportunity Village in Las Vegas. The 2014 fundraising surpassed the previous year’s total by $500,000, representing a nearly 10 percent increase in charitable giving through the Circle K partnership with UCP. The funds donated support the organizations’ mission to help children and adults with disabilities, including Down syndrome, autism, developmental delays, learning disabilities, and cerebral palsy. As an ongoing effort across the state, donations are collected 24 hours a day, every day, at Circle K stores throughout Arizona, where employees engage customers to donate extra change at the register to benefit families and children with disabilities. In addition to in-store fundraising, Circle K business partners participated in events such as UCP’s Desert Klassic Golf Tournament, which resulted in even more

funds raised toward UCP’s important mission. “The support of Circle K, its employees, customers, and vendors is inspiring,” said Armando Contreras, CEO of United Cerebral Palsy of Central Arizona, said. “UCP has been working in collaboration with

Circle K for over 30 years, and with their help, literally thousands of children, adults, and families have received the essential services they desperately need to enhance their quality of life.” “We are proud of our contributions and our commitment to the communities where we live and work. This record contribution is a testament to the immense generosity and community spirit of everyone we employ and serve,” Paul Rodriguez, Vice President of the Arizona Division of Circle

K, said. “For more than 30 years, we have been committed to the important work being done by UCP. We are so proud to play even a small part of making people’s lives better and helping those that have been so challenged by what we often take for granted. It lends greater meaning and higher purpose to each and every work day at Circle K.” Circle K will be honored at United Cerebral Palsy’s Champions in Life Night Gala, scheduled for Oct. 16 at the Phoenician Resort, celebrating 60 years of UCP. Circle K will be receiving the Laura Dozer Award, named after Rich and Karie Dozer’s daughter, who passed away in 2008 due to cerebral palsy. “We are beyond grateful for the passion and commitment of the Circle K employees, and the generosity of their customers and business partners,” Contreras said. “The company’s support has made it possible to provide comprehensive therapy and other services to children as they speak their first words, take their first step and even give a loved one a hug for the first time.”


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overpopulation of burros a “definite situation,” but he noted that they don’t necessarily have to be removed from that area and that courts have ruled that the recommended number of burros in the Wild Horse and Burro Act is not an absolute. Godfrey added that Arizona has about 4,000 burros in-state, about half the number of wild burros in the West. “We’re the burro state!” Godfrey said. Arizona Game and Fish Department does not manage burro population, but they can ask the BLM to help handle overpopulation. “For the Arizona Game and Fish Department, proper burro management reflects populations that are within established appropriate management levels that are in proper balance with surrounding wildlife and habitat,” said Gonzalez. June Shoemaker, BLM Acting Deputy State Director – Renewable Resources, noted that population numbers are the reason that the BLM sometimes gathers herds and adopts them out. “The goal always is to try to get it down to a management level,” Shoemaker said. While the BLM adopts out burros regularly, they don’t keep the burros in holding. Shoemaker noted that the adoption gathers are “demand driven.” The BLM will only gather as many as can be quickly adopted out. Wild horses have been in the headlines in the past several weeks, due to the proposed removal of the Salt River horses that roam nearby the Salt River. The horses were scheduled for removal from the area due to traffic and environmental concerns, but that has been postponed indefinitely. The Tonto National Forest area where those horses reside is managed by the U.S. Forest Service; the Bureau of Land Management has no control over the Salt River horses. The BLM’s methods of herd management and relocation may differ from the Forest Service.

Amber Cargile, BLM Deputy State Director – Communications, noted that the BLM cooperates with the U.S. Forest Service on other issues but that the Salt River horses are not a BLM-managed herd. “We don’t have any herds over in that part of the state at all,” Cargile said. Burro overpopulation concerns Why is burro overpopulation a problem? Gonzalez explained the concerns caused by burro overpopulation. “While desert wildlife species typically consume only parts of plants that easily grow back, burros eat the bark and remove entire limbs from trees,” Gonzalez said. “They consume native grasses down to the roots preventing them from returning, foul waterholes used by other wildlife, and disturb sensitive nesting grounds. In some cases, habitat damage is so severe that native wildlife is displaced from their home territories. Burros negatively affect habitat relied on by bighorn sheep, mule deer, Gambel’s quail, sensitive migratory songbirds, and other wildlife species that have evolved to live in the desert.” While burros aren’t known to directly pose danger to people or companion animals, roadway accidents are a chief concern. A burro/car collision is dangerous for the driver and will likely guarantee death for the burro. “In May, Bullhead City Mayor Tom Brady told the Game and Fish Commission that soaring burro populations near his city have led to multiple serious vehicle collisions between the animals and motorists,” Gonzalez said. “It’s an issue that impacts motorists throughout western Arizona and one that is actively being studied.” Cargile said that the BLM works closely with the Department of Public Safety regarding burros in high-traffic areas. She noted that the burros are often seen near the Loop 303 and have even wandered on the Ben Avery Shooting Range. If burros are close to a roadway, DPS will call the BLM to work on getting the animals moved away from the area. “We try to be very responsive to those calls when they come in

The Foothills Focus from DPS,” Cargile said. When the burros get too comfortable near roadways and stay near busy areas, the BLM may then gather up those burros and put them in the adoption lineup. Shoemaker asked drivers to drive particularly carefully and at safe speeds in burropopulated areas to lessen the risk of a collision. “The smartest thing to do is be aware, especially at night. If we get calls that they’re by or near roadways, we try to relocate them,” Shoemaker said.

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As with other wildlife, Gonzalez noted that feeding burros could endanger them. “As burros become more accustomed to humans, there will likely be an increase in the number of burro-vehicle collisions,” Gonzalez noted. “Burros will also lose their fear of people, which often results in negative burro-human interactions and while one person may like seeing burros in his/her neighborhood, the non-native species may become a nuisance for others as fruit trees or ornamental vegetation is eaten or damaged.” Shoemaker concurred, noting that some feeding is inadvertent since burros will eat people’s lawns. “Some people really do go out and feed them,” Shoemaker said. “That isn’t helpful. They become habituated to that.”

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Burro overpopulation management BLM spokesman Godfrey discussed what management of the burro population would look like. Burro adoption is a good option; residents can adopt a gentled burro through the BLM and help the overpopulation problem, while gaining a fascinating companion animal. Godfrey said that the BLM recently gathered 51 burros from the Lake Pleasant area by using bait corrals with selfclosing gates. These burros will now enter the adoption process. The BLM will vaccinate them, evaluate their health, and then make them available for adoption. “They go through training and gentling, and they can be remarkably loyal and productive,” Godfrey said, noting that they make good companion animals, are wellsuited to living with other animals, and are also good watch animals. While the Wild Horse and Burro Act of 1971 references euthanasia as a possibility in overpopulation cases, both Godfrey and Shoemaker made it clear that the BLM is not considering this as an option whatsoever. “Euthanasia is not a possibility or consideration,” Godfrey emphasized. He stated unequivocally that the BLM will not slaughter the burros or provide them to anyone else for slaughter. Burros and wild horses may be humanely euthanized if they are extremely ill. “It is in the act, but just by policy, we do not,” Shoemaker said. Shoemaker discussed another option that is currently in research. Some contraceptives have been developed for

horses to help manage herd population, but, as yet, minimal contraceptive options exist for burro herds. “So far, there really have been no immunocontraceptive trials that have been done on burros,” Shoemaker noted. The BLM is part of a study of the PZP shot for burros. This shot has been reported to show a decrease in fertility in horses after five years. The BLM encourages wild horse and burro adoption as a win-win situation for everyone. “The BLM is very interested in getting people to adopt burros and wild horses,” Godfrey said. Adoption prices start at $125. “We have regular adoptions,” Godfrey said, describing he process. Each Friday, adoption events are held at the Florence prison. “Inmates are involved in training the animals,” Godfrey noted. “The inmates are gaining confidence and gaining skill in working with animals.” Some of the wild horses trained go on to work for the border patrol. Anyone interested in adopting a burro or wild horse can contact BLM Wild horse and burro specialist Roger Oyler at (602) 417-9421. The burros will continue to be a part of the north valley for the foreseeable future. “We have a herd management area at Lake Pleasant,” Godfrey said, adding that as the herd has spread throughout the north valley that the animals are considered part of that herd management area. “There will continue to be animals in that herd management area, and we will work to maintain those herds in a healthy manner,” Godfrey said.


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A Teacher Affects Eternity SHEA STANFIELD ARTS COLUMNIST

Great American historian and author Henry Adams wrote, “A teacher affects eternity, he can never tell where his influence stops.” In the case of locallyrenowned photographer and educator Willis Peterson, his influence has expanded into the third generation of gifted Arizona photographers. For over 70 years, Willis Peterson’s wildlife and nature photography has gained national and international recognition. His work has been featured in Arizona Highways Magazine, National Geographic, Audubon Magazine, Pacific Discovery, and Natural History. He was a contributor in the International Wildlife Photographic Exhibit, produced in London in 1969 by the Nature Conservancy Council. The National Audubon Society featured his color prints in their traveling environmental exhibit in 1970, and the Eastman Kodak Company displayed a group of his prints in their New York City Gallery in 1972. Peterson grew up in Colorado Springs, Colorado during the Great Depression and World War II. He received his first camera as a gift when he was fourteen years old. This set off him roaming the natural landscapes of back country Colorado Springs and led to a lifelong career in images and education. His photography was so well received as he grew in maturity, skill, and photo techniques, that the national press sat up and took notice, leading to commissions

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involving national and international assignments. Eventually, Peterson and his family moved to the Phoenix area, where he became a photographer and feature writer for the Arizona Republic. As his reputation became established in Arizona, Peterson was asked in 1966 to be one of the founding faculty members of Glendale Community College. With the opportunity of a lifetime to create a photography program of his own, Peterson left the Republic to obtain a master’s degree in educational technology, which enabled him to join the faculty of GCC as a full time member in 1968. It wasn’t long before Peterson had built his program into “the place to be if you were serious about a career in photography.” In 1975, he was named the photography teacher of the year in the community college system. He continued to be known as the “Father of Photography” at GCC for the next 18 years. During his teaching years, Peterson continued to freelance with his own work, building national and international recognition. His work appeared in major art museums and natural history museums

across the U.S., as well major exhibitions, nationally and internationally. Education and the arts was a family affair in the Peterson household, as well. Roberta, his wife, was an elementary teacher in the Phoenix area and “held down the fort” in the evening, typing his articles, filing negatives, answering correspondence, and filling requests for Peterson’s photographs. Daughter Cynthia has followed in her father’s footsteps building her own successful and recognized painting career; she has become well known in her own right, occasionally exhibiting her work with her father. Willis and Roberta now live in Clarkdale, AZ, retired from their teaching careers but not from the wildlife and nature photography that still takes them “into the wild.” Area residents will have a rare opportunity to view Willis Peterson’s images as part of the Mentor, Teacher, Student exhibit at the Desert Foothills Library, Sept. 22-Oct. 5 during library hours. Local resident and photographer Jerry Sieve, Peterson’s former student, and Arizona Highways photographer himself will be doing a “walk-through” of the exhibit on Sept. 26 at 1 p.m.; everyone is welcome. Don’t miss the opportunity to view almost 100 years of worldwide images captured by three generations of Arizona’s most celebrated photographers. Contact Arts Columnist Shea Stanfield: flowingquill@yahoo.com.

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Connecting families: Adoption/Foster Connection expo, Sept. 19 ELIZABETH MEDORA STAFF

ANTHEM – Kelley Camasto’s home is a busy place – and she wouldn’t have it any other way. She and her husband Paul have nine children, who are all adopted or are in the adoption process. “About 10 years ago, my husband and I decided to see what foster care was like,” Camasto shared. They went to classes and got licensed as foster care parents. From there, they took in their two oldest sons, and the family just kept growing. Camasto’s children range in age from 17 to four months. Being an adoptive parent has both rewards and challenges, and Camasto, an Anthem resident, started the Anthem Foster Adoption and Foster Connection group to provide support to adoptive and foster parents, as well as share information on how to get started in the foster/adoption process. “About a year ago, I started the Anthem Foster Adoption Connection,” Camasto said. “It’s a support group. Basically, when my husband and I got in 10 years ago, we didn’t have a lot of friends and family who knew much about adoption.” Camasto wanted to make the process easier for other parents. The group is presenting an adoption/foster expo at the Anthem Civic Building on Sept. 19. Camasto noted that fostering or adopting can be daunting – multiple troubling stories go around regarding it. She recounted how she and her husband were nervous when they fostered and adopted the first time, but their worry turned out to be unnecessary. “When we got our first two, they had already been in the system a long time, and when they came to live with us, they wanted a mom and a dad,” Camasto said. “From the first moment I met my oldest son, the moment I opened the door, he asked my husband, ‘Are you my new dad?’” Nathania Vanderham,

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Adoption/Foster Expo When: Saturday, Sept. 19, 1-3 p.m. Where: Anthem Civic Building Online resources: Anthem Foster Adoption and Foster Connection, on Facebook also an Anthem resident, is Camasto’s friend and neighbor. Vanderham and her husband started fostering last year. They fostered two little girls for about six months; the girls eventually went to live with their extended family. “It was a really good transition,” Vanderham said. “Most people don’t want to foster because they’re afraid to give them up.” Vanderham noted that foster parents have to go into fostering with the mindset that the kids may go back and that “it’s for the kids and it’s best for them and they’re with family.” “It’s really whatever’s best for the children – it’s not about us,” Vanderham emphasized. She currently is fostering two sisters while their parents work on obtaining services and doing what needs to be done in their own lives to create a safe, healthy environment for their children. “My job as a foster is just to provide them just as much routine and security as I can and to help them the best that I can,” Vanderham said.

Vanderham has always wanted to be a foster mom; she notes that she had to “wait for the right time.” “I taught for 10 years, and I had so many foster kids in my classes,” Vanderham said. “I loved them. I was always like – I just want to take them home! I just always had that passion for it (fostering) and wanted to.” When Vanderham, who has three children, became a stay-athome mom, she knew the time was right. She plans to continue fostering for as long as she can. Camasto noted that there aren’t many nearby resources for north valley families thinking about fostering or adopting and that her goal through the Anthem Foster Adoption and Foster Connection group is to “help others foster and adopt.” With 17,000 Arizona kids in the foster care system, helping connect adopters with children who need a home is crucial. The Anthem Foster Adoption and Foster Connection expo on Sept. 19 is free and open to the public. Representatives from multiple groups will be on-hand to answer questions and share information on the foster/adopt process. The expo will run 1-3 p.m. at the Anthem Civic building. Join the Anthem Foster Adoption and Foster Connection Facebook group to see updates: www.facebook.com/groups/ Anthemfosteradoptionfamily.

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ORDER, CALL AND NOTICE OF SPECIAL BOND ELECTION TO THE QUALIFIED ELECTORS OF DAISY MOUNTAIN FIRE DISTRICT OF MARICOPA COUNTY, ARIZONA (THE “DISTRICT”): A special bond election will be held on November 3, 2015, with polling places for each of the precincts described below. The polling places will open at 6:00 a.m. and close at 7:00 p.m. The polling places will be as follows:

Precincts #0094 Cave Creek #0165 Deadman Wash #0177 Desert Hills #0193 Dove Valley

Polling Place North Gate Church 34835 North 7th Street Phoenix, Arizona 85086

#0243 Gavilan Peak #0717 Wolf Run #0283 Hastings #0384 Majesty

#0048 Biscuit Flat #0429 Mountain Vista #0638 Table Mesa #0434 New River

El centro electoral será como lo que sigue: Precintos #0094 Cave Creek #0165 Deadman Wash #0177 Desert Hills #0193 Dove Valley

Centro Electoral North Gate Church 34835 North 7th Street Phoenix, Arizona 85086

North Valley Regional Library (Anthem) 40410 North Gavilan Peak Parkway Phoenix, Arizona 85086

#0243 Gavilan Peak #0717 Wolf Run 0283 Hastings #0384 Majesty

North Valley Regional Library (Anthem) 40410 North Gavilan Peak Parkway Phoenix, Arizona 85086

New River School 48827 North Black Canyon Highway Phoenix, Arizona 85087

#0048 Biscuit Flat #0429 Mountain Vista #0638 Table Mesa #0434 New River

New River School 48827 North Black Canyon Highway Phoenix, Arizona 85087

/s/ Brian Moore Chairperson, District Board, Daisy Mountain Fire District of Maricopa County, Arizona

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ORDEN, LLAMADO Y AVISO DE ELECCIÓN ESPECIAL DE BONOS A LOS ELECTORES CON DERECHO A VOTO DEL DISTRITO DE BOMBEROS DE DAISY MOUNTAIN DEL CONDADO DE MARICOPA, ARIZONA (EL “DISTRITO”): Se llevará a cabo una elección especial de bonos el 3 de noviembre de 2015, con lugares de votación para cada uno de los recintos descritos a continuación. Los lugares de votación abrirán a las 6:00 a.m. y cerrarán a las 7:00 p.m.

The precincts and polling places will be determined by the County Elections Department and will be included in subsequent publications of this notice. The purpose of the election is to permit the qualified electors of the District to vote on the question included in the attached form of the Official Ballot. The last date to register to vote in the special bond election is Monday, October 5, 2015. Early voting shall be permitted in accordance with the provisions of Title 16, Arizona Revised Statutes, as amended. Early voting information may be obtained by contacting the Maricopa County Recorder’s Office, 111 South Third Avenue, Phoenix, Arizona 85003, telephone: (602) 506-1511. DAISY MOUNTAIN FIRE DISTRICT OF MARICOPA COUNTY, ARIZONA By

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ATTACHMENT TO ORDER, CALL AND NOTICE OF SPECIAL BOND ELECTION OFFICIAL BALLOT DAISY MOUNTAIN FIRE DISTRICT SPECIAL BOND ELECTION NOVEMBER 3, 2015 Shall the Board of Directors of Daisy Mountain Fire District of Maricopa County, Arizona, be authorized to sell and issue general obligation bonds of Daisy Mountain Fire District of Maricopa County, Arizona, in the aggregate principal amount of not to exceed $16,230,000, to provide funds to construct, equip and furnish new fire stations, to acquire any interests in land necessary with respect to the foregoing, to acquire apparatus, firefighting, water and rescue equipment and to pay all legal, engineering, architectural, accounting, financial consultant and other necessary costs in connection therewith; said general obligation bonds to bear interest at a rate not to exceed 12% per annum and to mature over a period of not to exceed 20 years from the date of their issuance and may be sold at prices that include premiums not greater than permitted by law? FOR THE BONDS AGAINST THE BONDS NOTICE TO VOTERS Indicate your vote “For the Bonds” or “Against the Bonds”. Only qualified electors of Daisy Mountain Fire District of Maricopa County, Arizona, are eligible to vote at this election.

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THE ADMW GAME COMPANY LLC LICENSE # L-2021225-0 THE ADDRESS OF THE KNOWN PLACE OF BUSINESS IS:

3408 WEST KING DRIVE, ANTHEM, AZ 85086 STATUTORY AGENT IS:

MICHAEL EDWARD DAY 3408 WEST KING DRIVE, ANTHEM, AZ 85086 MANAGEMENT OF THE LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY IS RESERVED TO THE MEMBERS. THE NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF EACH PERSON WHO IS A MEMBER ARE:

MICHAEL EDWARD DAY 3408 WEST KING DRIVE, ANTHEM, AZ 85086 PUBLISHED IN THE FOOTHILLS FOCUS

PUBLIC NOTICE ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION HAVE BEEN FILED COMMISSION FOR

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ADJUNTO A LA ORDEN, LLAMADO Y AVISO DE ELECCIÓN ESPECIAL DE BONOS BOLETA OFICIAL DISTRITO DE BOMBEROS DE DAISY MOUNTAIN

39711 N. BRIDLEWOOD WAY ANTHEM, AZ 85086 THE NAME AND STREET ADDRESS OF THE STATUTORY AGENT IS:

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¿Se debe autorizar al Consejo de Directores del Distrito de Bomberos de Daisy Mountain del Condado de Maricopa, Arizona, para vender y emitir bonos de obligación general del Distrito de Bomberos de Daisy Mountain del Condado de Maricopa, Arizona, por la cantidad principal total que no sobrepase $16,230,000, para proporcionar fondos para construir, equipar y amueblar nuevas estaciones de bomberos, para adquirir cualquier interés en terrenos necesarios en relación con lo anterior, para adquirir artefactos, equipo para extinción de incendios, para agua y para rescate y para pagar todos los gastos legales, de ingeniería, arquitectónicos, de contabilidad, consultor financiero y otros costos necesarios en relación con lo anterior; dichos bonos de obligación general tendrán intereses a un índice que no exceda el 12% por año y madurarán durante un período que no exceda 20 años a partir de la fecha de su emisión y se podrán vender a precios que incluyen primas no mayores de lo que permite la ley? A FAVOR DE LOS BONOS EN CONTRA DE LOS BONOS AVISO A LOS VOTANTES Indique en su voto “A Favor de los Bonos” o “En Contra de los Bonos”. Solamente los electores con derecho a voto del Distrito de Bomberos de Daisy Mountain del Condado de Maricopa, Arizona, pueden votar en esta elección.

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 12 Weeks $16  26 Weeks $35  36 Weeks $48  52 Weeks $69 Name:__________________________________________________________________________ Address:____________________________________________________________________ City: ________________________________ State ___________

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/s/ Brian Moore Presidente, Consejo Directivo del Distrito, Distrito de Bomberos de Daisy Mountain del Condado de Maricopa, Arizona /s/ Joe Cantelme Secretario, Distrito de Bomberos de Daisy Mountain del Condado de Maricopa, Arizona

ELECCIÓN ESPECIAL DE BONOS 3 DE NOVIEMBRE, 2015

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PUBLIC NOTICE ARTICLES OFORGANIZATION HAVE BEEN

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El Departamento de Elecciones del Condado determinará los recintos y los lugares de votación y se incluirán en subsiguientes publicaciones de este aviso. El propósito de la elección es permitir que los electores con derecho a voto del Distrito voten sobre la pregunta incluida en el formulario adjunto de la Boleta Oficial. La última fecha para inscribirse para votar en la elección especial de bonos es el lunes 5 de octubre de 2015. Se permitirá votación temprana de acuerdo a las disposiciones del Título 16, Estatutos Revisados de Arizona, según enmienda. Se puede obtener información sobre votación temprana comunicándose con Maricopa County Recorder’s Office (la Oficina del Encargado del Registro del Condado de Maricopa), 111 South Third Avenue, Phoenix, Arizona 85003, teléfono: (602) 506-1511. DISTRITO DE BOMBEROS DE DAISY MOUNTAIN DEL CONDADO DE MARICOPA, ARIZONA Por ATESTIGUA

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39711 N. BRIDLEWOOD WAY ANTHEM, AZ 85086 MANAGEMENT OF THE LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY IS RESERVED TO THE MEMBERS. THE NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF EACH PERSON WHO IS A MEMBER ARE:

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first aid. Call 623-465-7203. Locals Preferred DEER VALLEY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT. Join DVUSD! Full and Parttime positions are open for maintenance/custodian, food & nutrition workers, crossing guards, monitors, clerical, computer network technicians and classroom support. Please apply online by visiting our website at www.dvusd.org and clicking on Employment under QuickLinks. Contact information is listed on the job postings. If you have questions, please call 623-445-5000 DEER VALLEY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT. Join DVUSD and become a bus driver or bus attendant. If you don’t have a bus driver’s license, we can help you get one. For immediate hiring: Please apply online by clicking on Employment under Quicklinks on our website at www.dvusd.org or call 602-467-5090. Real Estate investment trust hiring executive assistant $12.00/ plus bonuses. Must have excellent computer & communication skills and be able to handle inbound & outbound calls. Call 623-551-5808 Real estate investment trust looking for driven, selfmotivated individuals with a great phone presence for uncapped money making opportunity. Must be able to make 200+ calls per day, have excellent communication skills, and be able to read a script. Call 623-551-5808 Independent Advertising Sales Executives! We are looking for experienced, hard-working Print Advertising sales executives to join our Professional Sales team

in the North valley. A successful candidate will be an experienced outside sales professional , preferably in print media, an excellent communicator, verbally and in writing, passionate about details, honest and have the willingness to prospect and make cold calls. Please email resume to: foothillsfocus@qwestoffice.net ADVERTISE YOUR JOB Opening in 77 AZ newspapers. Reach more than 2 million readers for ONLY $330! Call this newspaper or visit: www.classifiedarizona.com. (AzCAN) INSTRUCTION Learn to play piano. Classes starting in September. Reasonable rates. If interested please call 623374-0263 AIRLINE CAREERS begin here. Get FAA approved Aviation Technician training. Financial Aid for qualified students. Job placement assistance. Call Aviation Institute of Maintenance, 866-314-5370. (AzCAN) LIVESTOCK & SUPPLIES HORSE BEDDING. 20 yards clean pine grindings, delivered $350. Madison Gold quarter minus $19 ton delivered. 24 tons $456. 623935-0972. We’ll load pickups and trailers. Jordan Land, Cattle Co. since 1957. 2 blocks south Dunns Free delivery of shavings, cow & horse mixture-great for arenas or fertilizer 480-595-0211 TRIPLE R HORSE RESCUE is a 501(c)3 non profit organization. We rehabilitate and adopt out local horses that have been abused, neglected or rescued from slaughter. We are in need of donations and sponsors to help with feed and vet care. Volunteer opportunities are also available. For further info, please call 602-396-8726

MISC. Post Hole Drill 3HP B.S. & 120240 gas generator. Both run good. $350 each. 623-533-1675 MISC WANTED Will pay up to $750 or less or more for military pistols or rifles from 1890 to 1980. Pistols from USA, England, France, Japan, Italy, Russia, Germany, Spain, etc. Will also consider rifles as well. Call Don at 623-465-9317 Wanted: CASH PAID for guns, wagon wheels, wagons, anvils, wooden barrels, western antiques. 623-742-0369/602-214-5692 PETS & SUPPLIES Rattlesnake proof your dog now. Snake proofing for all breeds of dogs. New River location. 480-215-1776 www. vipervoidance.com REMEMBER TO ADOPT! Maricopa County Animal Care and Control 602- 506-PETS. www.pets.maricopa.gov Sheltie & Collie rescue have beautiful dogs for adoption. 480488-5711 SundustSDA@aol.com RVS 2007 Elite 32ft bumper pull. 2 recliners, 2 TV’s, washer/Dryer, roll out awning. Excellent Condition. Non-smokers. $9500 cash. 623533-1675 ROOM FOR RENT Big house. 2800sqft in gated area southwest of Cave Creek and Carefree Hwy. Dove Valley Ranch. 2 rooms joined by bath. Bedroom furnished. Garage, cable, wi-fi, private entrance. Access to house, kitchen and pool. Washer/dryer. Personal fridge. Non-smoking. No pets. Rooms ready to move in. $700 month plus $400 deposit. Utilities included. Clean person. 6 months or longer. References required. 480-488-3215

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Pet of the Week: Blazer

Blazer is a 7-month-old, Terrier/Lab mix puppy, and he is quite the character! He loves his toys and loves playing with other dogs. He’s very food motivated, and he definitely wants your undivided attention. He’s fully crate trained and is working hard on his potty and leash training. He is just a puppy, so his new family will need to continue his training so he can reach his full potential. Blazer loves stuffed toys! This little boy loves women, especially, and he also loves kids. He’s a rough and tumble little guy who will need a firm hand to guide him to be his very best self. He would excel in a home with kids as he would LOVE all that attention and playtime. He’s never been around cats, so a slow introduction would be required.

Blazer is neutered, vaccinated, microchipped, and is currently available for adoption. If you would like to meet this handsome pup, please complete the adoption matchmaker forms found on our Web site at www. anthempets.org or email us at anthempets@yahoo.com If you are not in a position to adopt but would still like to help Anthem Pets, please consider becoming a foster. Fosters make it possible for Anthem Pets to save and care for homeless and abandoned dogs and cats just like Blazer! Anthem Pets is a nonprofit volunteer organization serving the North Valley since 2005. Operating on donations only, it aims to find forever homes for abandoned animals and return wayward pets to owners. For more information, visit www.anthempets.org.

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Anthem producer’s film to be shown at Harkins Arrowhead ANTHEM – KosterFilms, the production company of Anthem film producer Fred Koster, has released its first theatrical feature film, ‘Ride The Thunder.’ The film has already run in eight cities and will open at Harkins Arrowhead Theater on Friday, Sept. 11. ‘Ride The Thunder’ is a Vietnamera film that chronicles the friendship between American military legend John Ripley and Vietnamese hero Le Ba Binh. The storyline follows their fight together against the communists during the Vietnam War and then the ensuing aftermath of

the fall of Vietnam as Ripley goes home to a divided America and Binh is imprisoned in a communist re-education camp. The film will run at Harkins Arrowhead for a week or more, starting this Friday. For

more information on ‘Ride The Thunder,’ see www. ridethethunder movie.com. Harkins Arrowhead Theater is located at Arrowhead Fountain Centre, 16046 N Arrowhead Fountains Center Dr, in Peoria.

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