The Foothills Focus would like to issue a correction regarding the Business Spotlight article about Phoenix Commercial Brokers. PCB is owned and operated by Chris Keeley, not Chris Keeley Principal, like originally published in our 2/07/18 issue.  You can contact him at, we apologize for this error.




Special elections district 8: Polling locations finalized
*Correction:  When this article was published on the morning of 1/17, The Foothills Focus printed that polling locations would be finalized Jan. 18 after the board of supervisors voted to finalize the plan.  However, on the evening of Jan.17 the board of supervisors postponed the vote, and polling locations were not finalized on Jan. 18.  We apologize for any confusion or inconvenience that may have occurred due to this error.




In last week’s Foothills Focus, it was incorrectly stated in ‘Power struggle: Exploring the Corporation Commission race’ that “APS CEO Donald Brandt sent an email out that stated that candidates Tobin, Mundell, and Burns are preferred, despite the fact that APS currently has legal action against Burns.” This should have read: “APS CEO Donald Brandt sent an email out that stated that candidates Tobin, Dunn, and Burns are preferred, despite the fact that APS currently has legal action against Burns.”

We greatly apologize for any inconvenience caused by this misprint.





The quagga mussels story on the front page of the Feb. 25 issue of The Foothills Focus should have been attributed to Becky Brisley of the Cronkite News Service. Both photos were also courtesy of Ms. Brisley.




In the April 18 edition of The Foothills Focus the address of Starlight Community Theater ’s run of The Princess and the Pea was incorrectly listed as 3434 W. Anthem Way Suite 119. The correct address is 3655 W. Anthem Way, Suite B-119.
The show’s run continues Friday – Sunday with performances at 7 p.m. on Friday and Saturday as well as 3 p.m. performances on Saturday and Sunday.
Check out the story about the show at
Tickets cost $15 for adults and $12 for children. They can be purchased on





In the July 13 edition of The Foothills Focus a story about Anthem teen Joe Hudy mentioned that the inaugural Phoenix Makers Fair will take place in November. The event actually will take place Oct. 15 at a yet to be determined location.





In the Nov. 24 issue of The Foothills Focus Valley View Christmas Trees’ ad on page 13 was inadvertently missing two words. The ad should read 4’ to 15’ fresh premium trees starting at $25.
The corrected ad appears in this week’s edition of the paper.





Staff Report

In last week’s issue (6/30) it was incorrectly reported that ProMusica Arizona Chorale and Orchestra would not have any of its shows during the 2010-2011 season in Anthem. ProMusica will perform two of its major concerts at Boulder Creek High School Performing Arts Center in Anthem.
The holiday concert will be at 7:30 p.m. on Dec. 4 and at 4 p.m. Dec. 5.
The Copland Canticle Concert will be at 7:30 p.m. May 14 and at 4 p.m. May 15.
Due to lack of venue space in Anthem, the first concert of the season will be orchestral renditions of favorite movie themes at Desert View Bible Church on Carefree Highway at 7:30 p.m. October 23 and American Lutheran Church in Sun City at 3 p.m. Oct. 24.
Beethoven's Fantasy will take place at 7:30 p.m. March 18-19 at Cactus Shadows Fine Arts Center.
For information on any of the ProMusica’s shows go to





Staff Report

The Foothills Focus would like to thank the community on behalf of Glenda Bowerman for their continued support during her battle with breast cancer. We had included in an ad for a benefit for her that she has stage 4 breast cancer. This information is incorrect. While she is fighting breast cancer, she is not at stage 4. She is between a stage 2-3. Glenda is greatful to her family and friends who are helping her during her time of need. We apologize for the incorrect information and again thank the community for their support.


Staff Report

In the March 17 edition of The Foothills Focus an article about a drug search on the campus of Cave Creek Career Success High School resulting in arrests inadvertently included inaccurate information about the relationship between the charter school and the Cave Creek Unified School District.
The outdated information was obtained from the charter school’s website
Students from the Cave Creek Career Success High School are not eligible to play high school sports at Cactus Shadows High School, nor is there district provided transportation between the schools.