Business & Finance

Gas Station Redesign Allays Some Concerns

Gas Station Redesign Allays Some Concerns

By Karen Goveia– The developer of a proposed gas station at the New River Road exit of I-17 is back at the drawing board with its design firm to address resident concerns about the filling station serving as a truck stop. During community meetings, residents voiced fears of an increase in crime and a host of […]

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By July 8, 2014 Read More →
Leather and Lace

Leather and Lace

Second-hand fashion and leather creations. An odd mix that just might work. By Brad Wood– With the trend of recycling, repurposing, swip-swapping and what have you, it’s no surprise high-end consignment has found a happy place in Anthem. Kid Co. launched the concept for kids clothes, toys and supplies nearly two years ago. And now […]

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By June 12, 2014 Read More →
Get Your GRIND On

Get Your GRIND On

By Brad Wood– It’s not your typical coffee shop experience when you set foot in Daisy Mountain Coffee Roasters in Tramonto. If the smell of fresh-roasted coffee beans isn’t enough to lure you in, your eyes will quickly spy what looks like a wood stove in the back. Actually, it’s a real live coffee roaster—when […]

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By May 19, 2014 Read More →

Snapshots

Anthem Oasis

Anthem Oasis

By Brad Wood– You may have seen the unique Ragnar signs on Anthem’s sidewalks and trails recently and wondered, “What’s Ragnar?” Ragnar is when you and 11 of your buddies tag team against other teams of 12 for 200 miles in an overnight relay. Each team participant runs three legs, with each leg ranging from three to […]

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By March 6, 2014 Read More →
Sunday Morning Sticks

Sunday Morning Sticks

By Nadine Shaalan Early on an overcast Sunday, an unlikely clattering echoes from behind the Anthem skate park. A dozen scrappy men and boys slap hockey sticks at a puck slipping on what most of us thought was an unused concrete rink. The play is energetic and good-natured and the guys range in age from about 15 […]

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By September 28, 2013 Read More →
Haze on the Mountain

Haze on the Mountain

Monday brought several weather advisories to the area with the cooler temps. Due to the windy conditions, the pollen count is in the very high range. Keep windows closed and stay indoors as much as possible, especially if you suffer from allergies. The pollen count will remain high into Tuesday.

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By April 8, 2013 Read More →

Local Government

Fyke Elected Board President

Fyke Elected Board President

By In&Out Staff– Tim Fyke was seated for a second term on the Anthem Community Council, representing Parkside, and newly elected Roger Willis began serving his first term representing Country Club. After the two were seated, officers were elected. Holly Matson, former president of the board, moved to elect Fyke as new president by unanimous […]

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By April 30, 2014 Read More →
Open Forum with State Candidates

Open Forum with State Candidates

By In&Out Staff– Anthem is the first stop in a series of public gatherings planned for candidates running in the Arizona gubernatorial primary Tuesday, Aug. 26. Candidates for Governor, House District 1 and Senate District 1 have been invited to the open forum. Candidate introductions will be followed by a question-and-answer session, moderated by Holly […]

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By April 21, 2014 Read More →
Election Results Are In

Election Results Are In

By In&Out Staff – While incumbent Tim Fyke (Parkside) and Roger Willis (Country Club), ran unopposed for the Anthem Community Council seats, the Parkside HOA had to count ballots. Brett Willden, BJ McIlnay and Teresa Oorin emerged victorious and will be seated at the April 17 Parkside Board of Directors meeting. In Country Club, Steve Champion, […]

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By March 24, 2014 Read More →

House-garden

Turmeric (Curcuma longa)

Turmeric (Curcuma longa)

Turmeric is the main ingredient in curry and is used in cooking mainly to import a golden color to foods. A strong anti-oxidant and an anti-inflammatory, turmeric has been used for 4,000 years to treat a variety of conditions. Benefits Studies show turmeric might help treat the following:   Indigestion, bloating and gas Ulcerative Colitis […]

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By June 20, 2014 Read More →
A Growing Movement

A Growing Movement

“Should Anthem dedicate some land to a community garden?” Cami O’Neal At-home Mom, Anthem “It’s an awesome idea. I’ve seen the ones in Central Phoenix and it’s a neat way for the community to get to know each other. It’s great for kids, and a way for family to spend time together.”   Sarah Scott […]

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By May 8, 2014 Read More →
A Proposal to Garden Together

A Proposal to Garden Together

Why some are joining forces to cultivate the community garden concept in Anthem. By Amanda Niemerg– Maynhia Stott has dreamed of starting an Anthem area community garden for about two years. “After this New Year’s I thought, ‘you know, we always talk about it, but never do anything about it.” Stott said. So, she got a […]

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By May 7, 2014 Read More →