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Several West Valley cities joined to proclaim April 22 “White Tank Wild Day” in an effort for all to enjoy and to conserve the natural and cultural resources of range, a rare pristine landscape in the Valley that many residents and visitors enjoy each year. more
To Ken Parsons, business and community are intrinsically intertwined. more
As a way to recognize their valuable service to Mesa, the city has created a Volunteer Walk of Fame in downtown Mesa. Temporary yellow stars have been placed along a route through downtown Mesa … more
If all the world is a stage then we all have a certain role to play in our day-to-day lives — and maybe a more joyful role to play for some is found in the world of make-believe. But it … more
Skyler Wyly, a Central Arizona College graduate, was recently named a Phi Theta Kappa Guistwhite Scholar. Guistwhite Scholars are chosen based on academic excellence, leadership accomplishments, … more
Wells Fargo in collaboration with Larry H. Miller Ford Mesa sponsored a donation of a payment-free 2020 Ford TRKS Edge through the Military Warriors Support Foundation’s Transportation4Heroes … more
Sun Lakes Rotary Club members will be joined by community leaders and kindergarten students from the Strong Foundations Academy at a special tree planting ceremony celebrating Arizona Rotarians at … more
The Southwest Valley’s New Life Center, one of the largest domestic violence shelters in the country, recently partnered with the Home Depot in Tolleson to receive in-kind donations from the community. more
When asked, thirteen-year-old Kasumy describes herself as quiet, happy, and open to trying new things. more
Beginning May 4, freelance writer Mark Athitakis is available to assist in the writing process to tell your stories better as the next writer in residence at the Apache Junction Public Library, 1177 … more
The Gold Canyon Arts Council recently turned over 35 soprano ukulele packages to Four Peaks Elementary School to expand its music programs. The school’s music teacher, Bart Muller, had … more
Mesa Arts Center Foundation’s Arts at the Center program is accepting letters of interest for the 2021-22 season. Arts at the Center grants support educational and non-profit organizations … more
HALO (Helping Animals Live On) Animal Rescue, a Phoenix-based nonprofit that helps animals in Maricopa County find furever homes, has received a $30,000 grant from the newly named Petco … more
Years before Roman Rozell became a Green Beret and the oldest man to compete in an NCAA wrestling match, he was an overweight and troubled kid at Apache Junction High School. Mr. Rozell’s … more
Wells Fargo in collaboration with Larry H. Miller Ford Mesa are sponsoring a donation of a payment-free 2020 Ford TRKS Edge through the Military Warriors Support Foundation’s … more
The room fills with laughter as Wesson cracks another joke. The thirteen-year-old has a magnetic personality and a wide smile that he likes to show often. more
A local Girl Scout Brownie troop delivered $1,000 to Phoenix Children’s Hospital, donating funds to the hospital’s Camp Rainbow program serving cancer patients. Brownie Troop 4917 from … more
Meet your neighbor, Robert Zuart, a Scottsdale resident who makes a living as a professional electrician. Read below to get to know Mr. Zuart, including what he considers to be the best days. … more
Local health agencies are partnering with Superstition Community Food Bank to sponsor a pickleball benefit tournament to feed the hungry. The tournament is 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday, April 17, at the … more
Scottsdale and Tempe Rotary clubs are among those in Arizona inviting friends, neighbors and fellow citizens to join them as they conduct service projects to benefit the local community during the … more
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