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The city of Peoria is planning for a new 1.75 mile multi-use trail called Stadium Trail along the north side of Skunk Creek from 83rd to 73rd avenues. more
Interim County Manager Leo Lew was appointed permanent county manager for Pinal County at a recent board of supervisors meeting. Mr. Lew has been interim county manager since Louis Andersen left … more
K.J. Nelson was already making music for himself. Friends also ask him to mix their work. more
Meet Maria Lawrence, a Phoenix proprietor who is co-owner of a gymnastics facility as well as an attorney.  Name: Maria Lawrence Age (optional): 53 Occupation: Attorney & Co-Owner … more
The Scottsdale-based Upscale Singers are still performing — just not in person this spring — but their commitment to musical opportunities for youth hasn’t changed. While … more
A Goodyear man who turned his childhood battle with T-cell leukemia into a novel recently published an audio version of the book. more
A matriarch of a family is oftentimes the glue that holds it together, and just as cruel as the disease itself, a cancer diagnosis can shake a family to its core. Another reality of the … more
The Daily Independent at YourValley.net is publishing submitted photos that highlight the community and showcase Arizona’s beauty. Readers are invited to submit scenic pictures of desert … more
Christ's Church of the Valley (CCV) is opening a campus in Queen Creek next month. It’s one of 11 campuses CCV has throughout the Valley. The church’s first service is Sunday, March … more
Butterfly Wonderland recently received a large, private donation of over 60 preserved butterfly, moth, dragonfly, spider, and other insect specimens from Queen Creek resident Della Johnson. The … more
Name: Andrew Pavey Age: 51 Town/neighborhood: I live in the Alta Mesa neighborhood near the Higley and Brown Road cross streets in Mesa. When and why I moved here: I moved to the USA in January … more
The Arizona State Society Daughters of the American Revolution continued its legacy of service to Arizona communities by dedicating on Feb. 24 a desert ironwood tree planted at Flatiron Park in … more
It had become part of Breanna Gann’s daily routine. Each day after school she’d take the two laptop computers off her kitchen table and store them away for the night so she’d … more
For much of her young life, Audrey Murphy dreamed of having her hair and makeup styled by professionals, putting on beautiful outfits and striking pose after pose as a fashion photographer captured her in action, just like models in Vogue magazine. more
The month of March brings Birding BioBlitz to Peoria, and the city is calling on residents to help. more
This year, more than 6,500 Girl Scouts across central and northern Arizona are practicing their entrepreneurial skills by participating in the Girl Scout Cookie Program. With COVID-19 precautions … more
A new study said Surprise has a long way to go to becoming one of the most culturally diverse cities in the U.S. — but it’s far from the worst. more
A mainstay for Lost Dutchman Days — the cowboy worship service held the last day of the rodeo, on Sunday morning — will be held this year while the rodeo and associated events have been … more
A Tempe Bike Hero can be a Clark Kent or a Superman when it comes to promoting the bicycling way. What matters is making life better for Tempe’s two-wheeled community. So, whether … more
Surprise is ranking high in a new study that measures salaries compared to cost of living. more
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