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Peralta Trail Elementary school teacher Chad Young was vacationing in Flagstaff over fall break when he got a phone call from the school’s office manager. The school, Young was told, had … more
Thanks to volunteer John Young, the Superstition Community Food Bank now has a convenient drop-off to expedite food donations. Young built the drop-off to resemble a little orange house with a … more
During September, Entrada del Oro resident Barbara Cox donated her Alvarez guitar and accessories to a most-deserving student, Riley Neumann, a participant of the Lead Guitar program at Apache … more
Let’s face it... the last year or so has not been the best and hope has been a bit hard to come by.  Hope can certainly seem elusive particularly when times are hard.  Some … more
Courage Under Cancer Foundation, an Apache Junction nonprofit, is hosting the Give Cancer the Boot Fashion Show in October. The event will feature local models who have each pledged to raise … more
Arizona non-profit Arizonans for Children has received a donation of 10 million bottles of hand sanitizer from Healing Solutions in both 2-ounce and 16-ounce bottles. The organization is donating … more
Local women who are pursuing vocational, skills training or an undergraduate degree are encouraged to apply for the Live Your Dream Award through Soroptimist International of the East Valley. Two … more
Copies of Independent Newsmedia’s 2022 Scenic Arizona Calendar are now available for purchase. Photographers with submissions featured in the calendar include: Curtis Roberts, of Peoria; … more
For nearly 50 years, Organ Stop Pizza in Mesa has been a destination restaurant for customers of all ages. It is home to the Mighty Wurlitzer, the world’s largest and finest theater organ, … more
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey on Sept. 17 announced the appointment of Lacey Gard to the Pinal County Superior Court. This appointment is to fill the vacancy created by the retirement of Judge Stephen … more
Author David Czaplicki, who resides in Gold Canyon, has recently released his second novel, “The Man in the Woods.” “‘The Man in the Woods’ is a story of new love, … more
The Apache Junction High School varsity football team got back to campus at about 12:45 a.m. Saturday morning following its road victory at Canyon del Oro in Tucson.By 8 a.m. the players were back on … more
Attention all artists interested in displaying their masterpieces at the city of Apache Junction offices. The city is bringing back the program of showcasing local artists at City Hall and the Apache … more
The Apache Junction City Council recently was updated on the services provided by Genesis Project, a coalition of churches banded together for the purpose of aiding the less fortunate. The council … more
Gold Canyon Community Inc. has partnered with Pinal County and Arizona State University to develop a community plan. The first element for the development of the plan is a community-wide survey … more
Children ages 4 and older are invited to the free Oct. 1-3 Vacation Bible School at Mountain View Lutheran Church, 2122 S. Goldfield Road in Apache Junction. “Families and elementary-aged … more
Teenagers entering ninth-12th grade who either reside in or attend school in Apache Junction are being sought to apply to be on the Youth Advisory Council. The Apache Junction City Council in 2016 … more
The National Society Daughters of the American Revolution — which has an Apache Trail Chapter in Apache Junction — urges Americans to reflect on the U.S. Constitution during this … more
Central Arizona College celebrates the success of the Summer 2021 graduates. The listing is organized alphabetically by campus and includes the certificate and/or degree the student received. … more
When students at Peralta Trail Elementary School returned to campus last March they quickly noticed something was amiss. Their beloved Buddy Bench, situated on the school playground, was … more
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