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Monthly Archives: January 2011

Accident on Saturday

This accident occurred Saturday morning near La Paz Regional Hospital just as the Parker 250 races were starting. Photo submitted by Michael Collins. No word on the condition of the vehicle occupants. Read More »

Dogs for adoption

Parker Animal Shelter has steady opportunities for the adoption of animals like dogs and cats, and these can normally be done for a relatively small fee to people with good homes. Here are three dogs at Parker Animal Shelter now who need a home. This is Bear, a very friendly Shepherd mix available for adoption. He does need neutered, which ... Read More »

Soroptimists STOP Trafficking

January 11th, 2011 is the National Day of Human Trafficking Awareness. Towns, Cities, Groups and organizations around the world are planning Celebrations & “Freedom Walks” to raise awareness about the millions of people that are enslaved and trafficked each year around the world. Many people still don’t know, OR believe that slavery still exists today.   We still have a long way ... Read More »

Otter refuels on Colorado River on route from Alaska

This is a de Havilland Canada DHC-3 Otter. It landed on the river north of Parker this afternoon to be refueled by Parker Oil. The aircraft, which seats 11, was making a journey from the state of Alaska and needed a waterway in the desert on which to refuel. Its destination is unknown. A Parker Oil employee said they are ... Read More »

Birther Bill

There has been a lot of talk about creating a bill that aims to take away the automatic citizenship for children born to non-citizen parents. It now appears that the language to be used in the bill has been drafted as follows: BILL (a) A person is a citizen of the state of [Arizona] if: (1) the person is born ... Read More »