A 34-year-old San Diego-area man was seriously injured by a propeller in a boating accident at a Yuma County lake late Saturday morning, according to the Yuma County Sheriff's Office.
The Yuma County Board of Supervisors decided to pursue adoption of a "dark skies" ordinance for the eastern part of the county, despite some concerns that doing so could open them up to litigation.
The STS Foundation, a non-profit high school exchange program, is seeking families willing to host students from around the world that want to attend Yuma-area high schools.
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Treyshon Malone trained very little during the 2017-18 school year, his first at Idaho State University.
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Become an Outdoors Woman workshop Sept. 6-8: The Become an Outdoors Woman (BOW) workshop is now accepting registrations. The program began in 1995 and two workshops held each year making this the 48th Friendly Pines workshop. BOW introduces women to outdoors skills in an enjoyable, non-threa…
Late Thursday night/early Friday morning I spent several hours watching the second round of the British Open on the Golf Channel.
We could use a hearty dose of Robert Fulghum wisdom about now.
Last week, Adobe released a report looking at trends in emoji use in the United States.
Marlena Lopez went from medical provider to a medical entrepreneur when she took over ownership of an existing medical practice last year.
Local EXIT Realty office welcomes new team members
NexGen’s Third Thursday to support school supplies drive
State and National News
Foto de diversas tomografías cerebrales de funcionarios estadounidenses que estaban en Cuba, comparadas con las de un grupo de control, en una foto suministrada por la Asociación Médica de EEUU en julio del 2019.
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) — Anxious residents packed up prized possessions Tuesday as hundreds of firefighters worked to keep a wildfire in a forested Arizona city away from homes while they got help from the weather.
PHOENIX (AP) — These Arizona lotteries were drawn Tuesday: