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, sign up for convenient […]

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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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