Tennis Club at Robson Ranch celebrates the U.S. Open

Fine Arts Guild members enjoy an afternoon of silly cartooning

Where not to fly a drone

Where not to fly a drone

Butch Spiller Drones have become quite popular over the past few years. They range in price from under $100 to over $10,000. You may have received one as a gift…

It’s a family affair for the Boone family! September 21

Helen Daley Harpist Christine Vivona always receives rave reviews after appearances for the Arizona Classic Jazz Society. The harp is not an instrument associated with traditional jazz; but, after hearing Christine’s rendition of jazz and even rock ‘n roll, you’ll wonder why it isn’t. Usually accompanied by husband Rob Boone on piano and trombone, they’ve…

Viva Grande! Get motivated; register today!

The City of Casa Grande is seeking Amateur Chefs, Chihuhuas, Horseshoe players and Jalapeno competitors for their second annual Viva Grande event. The event will be held on Saturday, September 27, from 5:30-9:30 p.m. at Paul Mason Sportsplex. Pre-registration is required for all activities. Activities will take place during the Viva Grande event. Spaces are…

Friendship extends beyond the Ranch

Sitting on the deck of our cottage in Ontario, Canada, from left to right are Barb Crawford, Tina Fleming and Meg Haber.

Lloyd Fleming What started out as a simple introduction for two Robson Ranch couples in 2009 has evolved into a friendship that now extends beyond the Ranch. Lloyd and Tina Fleming (from Ontario, Canada) and Allen and Barb Crawford (from Colorado) purchased their homes months apart in 2009. Both have been part-time residents with the…

A step back in time

Carol Ilten On August 7, Robson Ranch residents Alicia Mooney, Molly Chilinski and Jim and Carol Ilten drove to Phoenix to tour the Rosson House Museum in Heritage Square, originally known as Block 14, the oldest residential block in the city. Block 14 was purchased in 1882 for $1,000 by Flora Rosson, and she and…

Casa Grande RC Flyers runway completed

  With the funds provided by the Academy of Model Aeronautics (AMA), generous discounts on material from one local vendor and free labor and heavy equipment use from another, the Casa Grande RC Flyers completed their runway improvement project both ahead of schedule and thousands of dollars under budget. There is now a 41 foot…