Cave Creek Regional Park: Kuma’s latest adventure is just around the corner

Cave Creek Regional Park  Kuma’s latest adventure is just around the corner. Told by Kuma & Written by Lorraine Bossé-Smith I have a confession to make: I’ve been eating dirt out of my mom’s potted plants. I ate so much one day that I barfed dirt, and it came out the other end, too. I really upset my mom. I didn’t mean to worry her––honest. I just wasn’t happy that my humans took two—count ’em two—trips ...

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Would you want to legally act like a pirate

Ahoy  Would you want to legally act like a pirate? By Gerald A. Williams   The month of April is often associated with spring, with rain, and with the Christian celebration of the resurrection of Jesus Christ on Easter. However, in April 1776, our Continental Congress needed a navy; but could not afford to pay for one. Their solution was to allow private citizens to behave, more or less, as if they bel ...

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Doug and Tamra Wyman make business personal with Wyman Plumbing & Mechanical

The Right Fit  Doug and Tamra Wyman make business personal with Wyman Plumbing & Mechanical. Known around town for their blue school buses, the Wymans are doing things differently with Wyman Plumbing & Mechanical. 85086 Magazine recently sat down with the pair to find out more about their business. What were the circumstances surrounding you opening your business? I was helping run the family online ...

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Ageless: Dr. Kelly Collins talks the power of Sermorelin/Peptide therapy

Ageless Dr. Kelly Collins talks the power of Sermorelin/Peptide therapy. As anti-aging medicine has become more and more of an interest to many of my patients, I feel it’s important to discuss Sermorelin, also known as growth hormone releasing hormone (GHRH). The positive effects this type of hormone therapy has on physical wellbeing are vast and I have experienced, first-hand, the profound effects Sermorel ...

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Mr. BC: Boulder Creek High School pageant showcases talented seniors while raising money for charity

Mr. BC  Boulder Creek High School pageant showcases talented seniors while raising money for charity. The Mr. BC pageant returns to Boulder Creek High School on April 26. The annual charity event features 12 well-known male seniors taking the stage for an evening of fun, lighthearted performances. In addition to being a rousing school-spirited event, Mr. BC participants get the community involved by solicit ...

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Aloha!: Get a taste of the islands at Mama’s Hawaiian Bar-B-Cue

Aloha!  Get a taste of the islands at Mama’s Hawaiian Bar-B-Cue. By Andrew Leach Photos by Andrew Leach   Mama’s Hawaiian Bar-B-Cue is a unique addition to the local dining scene. Serving traditional Hawaiian plate lunches and homemade desserts, the Anthem outpost offers area diners a taste of island living in a laid back setting with a large dining area and a drive-thru option. One out of seven locati ...

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Anthem teen Gabe Geselle inspires, supports, and teaches local youth

Role Model  Anthem teen Gabe Geselle inspires, supports, and teaches local youth. By Emma Suttell Photos by Ashlyn Drayton Gabe Geselle, a Boulder Creek High School senior, not only loves Anthem’s sense of community, but also enjoys contributing to the lives and well-being of fellow youth in the area. A lifeguard, swim coach, and youth group coach, Gabe invests her free time into inspiring, supporting, and ...

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Local pharmacists talk about using antibiotics wisely

Growing Resistance  Local pharmacists talk about using antibiotics wisely. By Alex Hadesman and Tara Storjohann     QUESTION: “I hate going to the doctor when I am sick only to be told that I have a virus and the only thing I can do is let it run its course. It is frustrating to not get an antibiotic! Isn’t there a chance an antibiotic would work even if I do have a virus?” ANSWER: The use of anti ...

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Neighborhood Adventures: Kuma discovers that there’s no place like home

Neighborhood Adventures Kuma discovers that there’s no place like home. Told by Kuma & written by Lorraine Bossé-Smith I’m one lucky dog. If you have been following me, you know that my family takes me on all sorts of adventures like hiking, running, camping, snowshoeing, and boating. I must say, though, that one of my most favorite things is right here at home. Every Friday, my mom takes me to visit th ...

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Bibliophile Kristine Abrams finds an eye-opening book

Creative Mindfulness  Bibliophile Kristine Abrams finds an eye-opening book.   Last month, we decided we were going to each select a book that was personal to a goal we had for 2018, something that might better us, inspire us, or teach us. How did you do? My experience was…enlightening. If you recall, I explained how I was striving to be more mindful this year, more present in the moment. To that end, ...

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