City of Eloy Tower Lighting

Photo Mayor Micah Powell The tower lighting represents the continuation of the City of Eloy moving forward. The Eloy tower was built in 1945 and was in service for approximately 20 years before it was replaced by a ground tank. The tank sat empty and deteriorated all these years. Six years ago, Councilman Andrew Rodriguez … Read More…

Your Pet: Just What the Doctor Ordered

It’s a well-known fact that research has found there are many health benefits to having a pet. Having a friendly creature of nearly any domesticated species around relieves stress and loneliness, which in turn leads to better cardio health and lower blood pressure. Owning a dog who needs to be walked every day is a … Read More…

Slim Down with your ‘Fur Kid’ in 2021

by Blake Herzog If you’re concerned about how you’re going to be able to lose a little weight, the last thing you want to worry about is your pet having to do the same thing. But this can be a blessing in disguise, giving you both a chance to get moving together and bond over … Read More…

Know What’s Needed to Travel with Your Pet

by Gigi McWhirter OK, so we are living in a crazy time right now, and freedom to travel about is not the normal anymore. However, if you have the opportunity or need to take a trip that includes your pet, make sure your animal is ready. Every state in the country has a department dedicated … Read More…

A Team Approach to Breast Cancer Treatment

by the Medical Teams at Alliance Cancer Care Arizona and Alliance Surgery Arizona Every year, more than 250,000 women are diagnosed with breast cancer in the United States. From the moment a woman is faced with the news of an abnormal mammogram, it is impossible not to feel a great deal of anxiety and uncertainty. … Read More…

Holiday Pressure

by Alexis Solberg, Public Allies AmeriCorps Member, Casa Grande Alliance Ah, the most wonderful time of the year! Or should I say the most stressful? Some people can live merrily off candy canes and hot chocolate, but for others, it’s too much to handle. So how exactly should you go about your holiday-related stress? Here … Read More…

Gratitude Brings You a Wealth of Health Benefits

by Tiffanie Grady-Gillespie, Certified Physical Trainer, Certified Corporate Wellness Coach, WickedFiTT I am not sure if I have told all of you but I really love November. For me, it is the time to look back on the year and all of the things in my life I am thankful for. It is a great … Read More…

Leadership Starts with Flexibility

by Donna McBride, Pinal County Juvenile Court Program Administrator II Having patience, accepting change and being flexible are all qualities needed when one is in leadership positions. The new Casa Grande Youth Commission members learned that lesson firsthand during their first official meeting of the 2020-2021 school year in late September. The group customarily holds … Read More…

Central Arizona College and Sundt Construction, Inc. Receive Award from AACC

by Angela Askey, Executive Director of Public Relations and Marketing The American Association of Community Colleges (AACC) recently announced the recipients of the 2020 AACC Awards of Excellence during a virtual ceremony. The award categories included: advancing diversity, safety planning and leadership, faculty innovation, corporate partnership and student success. Central Arizona College and Sundt Construction, … Read More…

Your Holiday Food May Spell Danger to Your Pet

by Gigi McWhirter With the holidays just around the corner and visions of sugarplums dancing in your head, it is important to remember to keep an extra watchful eye on what your pets are eating. While dogs are omnivores, too much of a good thing or any of some things can make them very ill … Read More…