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Not run ‘by what strangers think’
The self-described “lively senior” is active in her church as well as organizations like Sedona Women.
First, I would so like to report that I have a new calf. I can't. Although June is getting more serious about letting that baby go, she continues to bide her time.
I'm blown away by the beauty that surrounded me this morning … my first flight in Mariah for a long time was nothing short of remarkable and reminded me of the shoot that the Loon gave me in Northern Wisconsin just a couple of weeks ago.
On a recent visit to the Canyon, I was lucky enough to see a storm develop over the inner gorge.
Three months shy of 80, Al Slusser to visit first responders on foot
When Al Slusser wakes up the morning of Oct. 8, he’ll drive to Prescott and to Yarnell, then he’ll walk through the communities as a way of saying thanks to the first responders.
See Sunday's Camp Verde Bugle and Verde Independent newspapers to read about Miss Moon, a 3-month-old Quarterhorse who on Friday will have part of her right front leg amputated.
I took this shot of a young doe on the way back to the cabin after an afternoon in search of color … she and her “mom” were feeding on the grasses at the side of the road and I shot them from inside the car so as not to spook them.
Early childhood educator, United Christian School, Camp Verde
CAMP VERDE – If Brandi Phillips wasn’t in the classroom teaching her kiddos, she says would “want to work with teachers to help implement developmentally appropriate practices so each child could learn at their developmental level.”
Sigh. There's no calf yet, at least not outside of June's body. All the signs are there. Her tail's loose as are the muscles around the birth canal. Her pin bones are low, her bag is filling up, and every day there are gooey strands wrapped around her tail. That cow! I swear she's doing this on purpose.
Everyone is everywhere: New Mingus Union High School play has 14 students, 58 charaters and 18 stories
Fourteen students are playing 58 different characters in 18 vignette or stories in the play opening this Saturday, according to the Mingus Theater and Music teacher James Ball.