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To the Editor: Thanks

The family of Beau Johnson, a local man who died suddenly at the age of 33, write to say thanks for the outpouring of support and sympathy: Thank you for all of your prayers (we need those), calls, cards, visits and notes left on Parker Live. This is when community matters… and the Parker area shows itself yet again to …

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Don’t drive in dust storms, says ADOT

The Arizona Department of Transportation has a message for motorists who think they can drive head-on into a dust storm: “Pull Aside, Stay Alive.” Following the successful launch of last year’s public awareness campaign, ADOT is intensifying its efforts to educate drivers about the threat of dust storms as monsoon season officially begins in Arizona on June 15th. ADOT, along …

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Free Ice at Stroke’s Steakhouse

In town for the 36th Annual Tube Float? Strokes Steakhouse is giving away thousands of bags of FREE ICE starting at 7 a.m., Saturday in exchange for a donation to the Wounded Warrior Project. Support our military men and women by donating any dollar amount. Strokes Steakhouse is donating 100 percent of the proceeds to the Wounded Warrior Project. Tube Floaters …

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The Internship

Someone great once said, ‘Great movie reviews always come in pairs.’ Okay, you got me: no-one ever said that. But here on Parker Live, hot on the heels of Josh Savino’s review of Epic comes Keith Moses’ review of The Internship, playing at BlueWater Cinemas this week. Enjoy! —– KEITH: This movie reunites Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson, last seen …

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Randy Hartless to step down from AWC Board

Arizona Western College District Governing Board member Randy Hartless resigned from his position on the board on May 16th of this year. Hartless began his service representing La Paz County District 1 on January 1, 2009, and served as the Board President in 2012 while simultaneously earning his associate’s degree from AWC. In his resignation letter Hartless stated, “It is …

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Parker Stripped: Becoming unbusy

Introducing Parker Stripped, a new column by Louie Marsh, part-time minister at Christ’s Church on the River. Today, Louie starts with some well-considered words about reducing busyness in life, a message that suits the Parker area very much at the beginning of summer! Instalment 1 I suppose I should start this first column off by telling you that “Parker Stripped” …

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