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Dragoon: Garlic Festival
When it comes to safeguarding a family’s financial future, there is a troubling gap between men and women. According to a survey commissioned by COUNTRY Financial, about four in 10 women say their family would not live comfortably if they died.
A Tempe bar owner is accused of plying a young woman with drinks during a job interview and then groping her.
Service branch: Army
When and where served: 1958-62 in Korea
Sepulveda enlisted in the U.S. Army the day after he graduated from Superior High School in 1958. He was sent to Korea and served 13 months in the DMZ in the 1st Calvary Division, 8 Calvary Battle group. He was honorably discharged in 1961, but in December of that year, he received a letter from President Kennedy reactivating him to the 32nd Infantry in Washington state, where he participated in training for the possible need for more troops during the Bay of Pigs invasion. His unit was not called upon, and Sepulveda again was honorably discharged in December 1962.
Two Republicans hoping to sit on the Arizona Corporation Commission lashed out Wednesday at a decision by the state Department of Revenue to impose property taxes on leased solar panels.
The Internet has rapidly and completely changed the way people do business. More and more transactions are completed with little to no human interaction. As one local woman recently learned, you can never be too careful when dealing with people you don’t know, especially via computer.
The success of any business depends primarily on initiative and hard work. These aspects of business are easier to control than the possibility of losing property to a fire or someone slipping and falling on the premises.
Abdullah, Na'imah Muslimah
The Obama administration is apparently ready to throw in the towel in its bid to kill the “papers, please” provision of Arizona's controversial 2010 immigration law.
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Mesquite High’s Dudley passes on the gift of music
By Stephanie Perrault
The resounding theme of Amber Dudley’s life is music — and it’s a catchy one Dudley loves sharing with her students at Mesquite High School, where she has taught for the last 15 years.
The Director of Orchestras and Performing Arts Department Chair, Dudley says many of the best things in her life came as a result of music. She began her musical journey by playing piano in church. She went on to learn viola in her school orchestra, attended Northern Arizona University on a music scholarship, and became the first person in her family to earn a college degree. She met her husband because of music, and their three daughters have musically inspired names.
Dudley wants to pass those blessings on to her students, giving them the benefits she had to grow personally and professionally.
“I want to give the same opportunities to my students as I was given and use music as an educational tool to inspire youth to achieve greatness within themselves,” she says.
In addition to leading the regular string and orchestra programs, she provides travel opportunities for students to music festivals and famous concert venues — like Carnegie Hall and The Kennedy Center — and offers professional mentorship to her students even after they graduate.
“I love to see the students shine and to encourage students that they are unique, special, and should celebrate their individual talents. Being a mentor to (them) is an honor,” Dudley says.
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NEW YORK — Times Square is a lot of things — a sensory-overload, horribly crowded, eye-popping and deeply exciting. One thing it has never seemed to be is a place to go for food.
This May 21, 2014 photo shows a sign for Restaurant Row on 46th Street in New York. (AP Photo/Mark Kennedy)
This May 21, 2014 photo shows the exterior of the Hourglass Tavern on Restaurant Row in New York. The Hourglass Tavern packs in savvy theatergoers in its cozy three-story building with a pre-theater prix-fixe dinner anchored by pork chops or pasta for $22.95 and an intriguing post-meal cocktail called Curtain Call Chai-Tini, which mixes chai tea, vodka and Irish cream. (AP Photo/Mark Kennedy)
This May 21, 2014 photo shows the exterior of Bond 45 Restaurant in New York. The cavernous Italian steakhouse has chops, pizzas and pastas and a massive antipasto bar at the entrance to the dark-stained paneled space. Some may say it is overpriced _ the meat lasagna comes with a $27 price tag _ but it remains such a go-to for well-heeled theater diners that it made a cameo in the TV series “Smash.” (AP Photo/Mark Kennedy)
This May 21, 2014 photo shows the exterior of the Joe Allen on Restaurant Row in New York. Joe Allen, which has been feeding theatergoers since 1965, has a menu that ranges from a spicy Thai stew ($19) to a pan roasted monkfish ($28) and is such a Times Square mainstay that its website lists each show’s running time. A post-theater drink is part of the Broadway experience. (AP Photo/Mark Kennedy)
This May 21, 2014 photo shows the exterior of Shake Shack in New York's theater district. Shake Shack’s upscale fast food outpost offers burgers, hot dogs, fries and shakes courtesy of restaurateur Danny Meyer. The lines are long and seats never free, but if you pick a concrete _ dense frozen custard ice cream in a cup with a straw _ an express line can get you in and out in time for the theater curtain. (AP Photo/Mark Kennedy)
Tyler Nwahndem Turner Acha-Morfaw
You have just arrived home after a hard day at work. As you attempt to unlock the door you realize it’s not locked. As you open the door and step inside, you’re filled with disbelief. Your furniture is gone. Your television and stereo are missing. Your computer has disappeared. You have been robbed. And you don’t have insurance.
Anna Han is one of three Arizona high school seniors named a U.S. Presidential Scholar this week. The honor is somewhat deceiving in name.
Desert Vista's Kiara Kennedy (7) throws the ball to the infield during the softball game between Gilbert and Desert Vista at Gilbert on Tuesday, May 6, 2014.
ALEXANDRIA, Va. — Becky Domokos-Bays of Alexandria City Public Schools has served her students whole-grain pasta 20 times. Each time, she said, they rejected it.