Arizona to observe Pearl Harbor attack anniversary in Phoenix

The Arizona Department of Veterans’ Services will conduct the state’s Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day Ceremony Friday, Dec. 7,  at Wesley Bolin Memorial Plaza. The program will begin at 10:55 a.m., the local time of the attack on U.S. naval and military facilities 77 years ago in Hawaii. The event is open to the public. The […]

Doug Ducey proclaims Sept. 25 as Sandra Day O’Connor Day

The Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University and the Sandra Day O’Connor Institute will celebrate the inaugural Sandra Day O’Connor Day Tuesday, Sept. 25, the day the first woman, Justice Sandra Day O’Connor was sworn in to the Supreme Court of the U.S. In recognition of the day and her accomplishments, […]

Arizona Department Of Child Safety Clears Inactive Case Backlog

Gov. Doug Ducey announced Thursday, March 16 the Arizona Department of Child Safety has officially cleared the backlog of inactive cases that impeded the state’s ability to attempt to improve vulnerable children’s lives. In March 2015, DCS was plagued by more than 16,000 backlogged cases. Today, that number has reached an all-time low and is […]

Office of Youth, Faith and Family announces Governor’s Youth Commission selections of 2016-17

The Governor’s Office of Youth, Faith and Family has announce the Governor’s Youth Commission class of 2016-17, with representation from all fifteen counties. Given the highly qualified pool of hundreds of applicants, the selection process was incredibly competitive, according to a press release. Fifty-one high school sophomores, juniors and seniors were appointed and will play […]

Ducey family: We support the Paradise Valley Ritz-Carlton

No matter our titles we are all citizens.  We feel fortunate to be ones of Paradise Valley. We know the Town Council will soon be voting on what would be the first new Ritz-Carlton project built in North America in a decade.  From our seats as residents we  support the project. Tourism is the lifeblood […]