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Ryan Lowe, Jayde Ellenby and Julianna Walters visited the United Nations building in New York City and learned about ongoing projects like Save the Rainwater.
Eighth grade teacher from Desert Garden Montessori Sindoor Bhakta took three students, Ryan Lowe, Julianna Walters and Jayde Ellenby, to visit the United Nations in New York.
On their trip, the students from Desert Garden Montessori met Kittiphong Na Ranong, the ambassador from Thailand.
Pinal County is home to the 2011 National Sheriff of the Year. Sheriff Paul Babeu was honored with the Ferris E. Lucas Award Sunday at the National Sheriffs' Association annual conference in St. Louis, Mo.
PLAYING IT SAFE: Two women sit beneath pine trees just beyond the outfield fence as they wait for a softball game to begin at Gilbert’s Freestone Park. A report lists Gilbert as one of the safest communities in the country.
School has started, but summer lives on at least another week for the Chandler National Little League All-Stars.
Members of the Chandler National Little League team await their turn at being interviewed by a media crew during their media day which was held at Arizona World of Baseball in Tempe.
NEXT BIG THING: Artesia High School basketball standout James Harden is the highest-rated player in southern California and is headed to Arizona State next season. Press-Telegram
The economy is humming along quite nicely, but for it to continue, federal tax cuts enacted three years ago need to be extended or made permanent, U.S. Treasurer Anna Escobedo Cabral told an audience Friday at Arizona State University.
MILES CITY, Mont. - John Munsell wants out — out of the small meat processing plant his father started decades ago and out from the control of a federal agency he claims has made his life ‘‘pure hell’’ for saying its food protection efforts are lax.
March 25, 2005
As many as 10,000 delegates have begun gathering in the Valley for the this year’s national gathering of the Southern Baptist Convention, the nation’s largest Protestant denomination. It is the first time Arizona has hosted the annual event.
This image provided by the National Parks Service shows Ansel Adams' 1942 photo of the Tetons and Snake River overlook in Grand Tetons National Park, Wyoming. (AP Photo/National Parks Service)
This aerial photograph shows the Rio Grande Gorge, looking north from the Taos Gorge Bridge, which is now part of the Rio Grande del Norte National Monument near Taos, N.M. on Monday, March 25, 2013. (AP Photo/The Albuquerque Journal, Dean Hanson)
Vice President Joe Biden, center, reacts after President Barack Obama signed legislation under the Antiquities Act designating five new National Monuments, Monday, March 25, 2013, in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington. From left are, Samuel Gomez, War Chief, Taos Pueblo, Biden, and Interior Secretary Ken Salazar. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)
This 2000 photo shows the Lighthouse at southern end, Cattle Point, on San Juan Island monument off Washington state's northwest coast. President Barack Obama is designating five new national monuments, including San Juan Island, using executive authority to protect historic or ecologically significant sites. The San Juan Islands includes roughly 1,000 acres of public land already managed by the BLM. Supporters say the designation will protect important cultural and historical areas and safeguard natural areas used for recreation and other purposes. (AP Photo/The Seattle Times, Ellen M. Banner) MAGS OUT; NO SALES; SEATTLEPI.COM OUT; MANDATORY CREDIT
Gov. Richard Lamm of Colorado gave a speech in 2004, titled “I have a plan to destroy America.” In order to give you some of his ideas, it’s necessary to paraphrase his speech to give you the substance of his words.
FILE - In this July 9, 2012 file photograph made using a long exposure, traffic moves along Interstate 75 against the downtown skyline in Atlanta. We're heavier in pounds and hotter by degrees than Americans of old. We're starting to snub our noses at distant suburbs after generations of burbs in our blood. Our roads and bridges are kind of a mess. There are many more poor, and that's almost sure to get worse. The average commuter wasted 14 hours stuck in traffic in 1982, 39 hours in 2005 and 34 hours in 2010, says the Texas Transportation Institute. (AP Photo/David Goldman, File)