Since water is scarce in Arizona, drought is a natural occurrence. In fact, Arizona has been in a drought of some form since 1994. Not surprisingly, this affects the amount of water available to Arizona citizens. Because of that, cities are creating multi-tier water conservation plans to ensure we have enough water for years to come.

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Since we live in the desert, it is evident that water is scarce. When rain falls, Phoenicians are known to run outside and rejoice. But when lakes are low, citizens begin to worry because water is necessary for life.

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Now through Oct. 29 the Arizona State Fair will bring you fun, food, rides, and great events! From Monster Trucks to the iceskating show “Beauty and the Beast,” from the Read and Ride program to the Arizona Milk Producers mascot Daisy, it will be exciting!

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Did you know that over 150 million people worldwide are homeless? In addition to this somber fact, according to the United Nations, up to 1.6 billion people also have inadequate housing. Not only is this a growing problem, but many of these people lack bedding, appropriate clothes for the seasons and need more food. However, many organizations are working to help alleviate this ongoing issue.

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This fall Chandler Fashion Center will open the first Arizona location of Scheels. The grand opening will take place on Sept. 30. “After studying the Phoenix market for several years, we are pleased to announce the first Scheels location is coming to Arizona,” said Scheels CEO Steve M. Scheel.

Once it opens, Scheels will offer a total of 220,000 square feet of retail and entertainment space for the whole family to enjoy during their visit. Scheels is an employee-owned company that strives to provide customers with the best retail experience.

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My family and my grandma were getting ready for a trip to Disneyland. We packed shirts, jackets, good walking shoes, pants and shorts. We also packed snacks, not just a couple snacks, but enough to last four days.

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Have you ever wondered what Phoenix is doing to conserve water, or to reduce food waste? Did you know that Phoenix has more solar on city buildings than any other city in the country? I discovered the answers to those questions when I interviewed Phoenix mayor Kate Gallego.

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