Archive for November, 2010

Nature’s Artistry in October in Northeastern Arizona

Mike Padgett -

Nov. 28, 2010 Driving east from Show Low, Ariz., in October 2009, with the radio off, I was distracted by the windy weather. Shafts of sunlight knifing through the clouds added splashes of gold to the countryside. (Copyright © photo by Mike Padgett)       (To avoid missing news, features and photos on www.ArizonaNotebook.com, […]

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Medical Emergency Gives Special Meaning to Thanksgiving

Mike Padgett -

Nov. 23, 2010 Every day at sunset, a shy bird flies to our patio and rings our bronze bell. And two days ago, a nurse did a happy two-step to help celebrate my medical progress. These are two of life’s little joys that I probably would have overlooked in the past. But a recent medical […]

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New High-Rise Crowned With Lights Hosts Downtown Phoenix Party

Mike Padgett -

Nov. 9, 2010 PHOENIX, Ariz. – The backers of a $900 million high-rise development in downtown Phoenix and city officials partied for four days last weekend. On Nov.  4, a Thursday, Mayor Phil Gordon launched a four-day grand opening of CityScape’s first phase with his annual State of Downtown speech. Musical entertainment and a Sunday […]

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