Cherokee leaders throughout history have known that informed citizens are the backbone of our thriving democracy ... That is as true today as it was when the Cherokee Phoenix first began publishing nearly 200 years ago ... I encourage our citizens to sign up for the Phoenix.
Which brings me to another traditional destination for retirees — Phoenix, Ariz ... In the 92 days of June, July and August this summer, Phoenix had 82 days when the temperature rose above 100 degrees, 51 days when it rose above 110 degrees, and 22 days when it rose above 115 degrees ... Granted, Phoenix is an extreme case.
The Citizen staff. A new Monthly Market will begin this September at Atelier, a creative studio in the PhoenixBuilding in downtown Auburn. The market will take place from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. the third Sunday of each month beginning Sept ... 26 ... The markets take place at Atlier, 74 Genesee St., which artist Annie Ross opened in the Phoenix Building in March ... .
CABO SAN LUCAS, Mexico — Booming ... Cabo had but one course in 1987 and there’s 18 now ... The direct flight from Phoenix was a little more than two hours ... Photos ... citizens visiting Cabo are coming from the western states. Direct flights – from Phoenix (two hours away), Los Angeles and San Diego (about the same), Dallas (about three hours) – make it easy.
The case also demonstrates how bureaucrats abuse their power and cause great harm not only to Tai Ji Men but also to other Taiwanese citizens ... More than half of the Taiwanese citizens’ rights were thus put in jeopardy.
One of the professional basketball players who played with the most heart—the Israeli citizen and convert to Judaism Amar’e Stoudemire—is slated to be inducted into the Phoenix Suns “ring of honor” next season and to have his jersey (No ... citizen in 2019.
Her bedroom was 100 degrees during a Phoenix heat wave — and her AC was out. Karen Shute understood what could happen when the AC goes out in Phoenix, the hottest major city in America... Most were senior citizens like her. But young or old, the majority of Phoenix residents could not survive the summers without the machines that keep their houses cool.