In the summer of 1938, my buddies Kent, Harold, Bob and I decided to change the boredom one day by going to Lake Yellow Creek, which was about 75 miles from Elwood.
by Freddi Miller
"About 25 years ago, give or take a few years, I couldn’t find a plain classic raincoat to buy."
by Bill McNamara
Red Ants and Me
After standing in a red ant pile, Resident Bill McNamara's mind quickly flashed back to his first tour in Vietnam
by Mary Ann McKinney
PVE Here We Come
I had done little thinking about selling our house and downsizing our belongings, but suddenly we were in the midst of chaos.
by Sally Gripman
Yes I Do
"The sound of the violin caught my interest so much I wanted to learn to make music like that."
by Vern Chong
Each may, during National Nurses Week, it’s fitting that nurses be recognized for their long history of service in providing care to the ill and injured and in maintaining the health of our citizens and military members.
by Julie Turner
Construction Slated to Begin on The Ridge
With the city’s approval on our first round of permits for The Ridge, there will soon be a new kind of excitement around Paradise Valley Estates: the arrival of construction crews.
by Julie Turner
Local Planner: Safeway Open
The Safeway Open, held from October 3 through October 7 at Silverado Resort and Spa, is a PGA Tour event and much more.
by Pat Williams
Stimulate Your Palate
It’s been more than a decade since I moved my home and relocated my life to Paradise Valley Estates.
by Dottie Shelly
The best duty station the Shelly family enjoyed was when the Navy sent Dick to Hawaii in 1968.