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If there’s anything that the recent Tokyo Olympics showed us, it’s that Olympians are just like us, only more so. They suffer from the same anxieties, and similar financial and … more
“Resident’s Guide to Mesa’ free classes with useful information to support Mesa residents who want to improve their neighborhoods starts Sept. 28. “Attend these free … more
Fifteen-year-old Damone is hard to miss. The high school sophomore is growing like a weed and using his height to hone in his basketball talents. more
The Human Services Campus is investing funds from a $200,000 Thunderbirds Charities grant to enhance and expand services critical to ending homelessness for local clients of the outreach … more
Nora Amavisca Reyes, Mesa Community College senior associate vice president, has been selected as one of 25 to participate in the third cohort of the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities … 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
Peoria made the list as one of the best cities in the U.S. for outdoor grilling, and even leads the nation in low-cost chicken. more
Acronis SCSVets, a nonprofit dedicated to reducing veteran and military spouses under and unemployment, announced its first annual golf tournament on Sept. 10 at the Arizona Grand Golf Course. … more
Mesa Vice Mayor Jenn Duff is joining the second class of the Complete Streets Champions Institute. The champions institute is a program created to help motivated local elected officials from … 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
A Mesa teacher dedicated to sharing a love of the arts with their students has won Act One’s Tancer Arts in Education Award. Taryn Tidwell of Shepherd Junior High School in Mesa is the … more
Nancy Parra-Quinlan, a seventh/eighth grade STEM/CTE teacher at Kino Junior High School in the Mesa Public Schools district, is one of five teachers named finalists for the Arizona Educational … 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
For Peoria resident Kimberly Muhammad, volunteerism and lifting her community up is a way of life. more
The city of Apache Junction is seeking applicants for various boards and commissions. Serving on a board or commission provides an opportunity to work closely with other citizens and the city … more
Former Mesa Councilmember Scott Somers recently filed his “statement of interest” to run for election to return to the Mesa City Council representing District 6. The Southeast Mesa … more
Arizona Department of Health Services reported 3,707 new coronavirus cases and 63 new deaths Friday, for a total of 1,001,871 cases and 18,724 deaths. more
Sometimes nature’s best medicine is the great outdoors, some might say, as feeling the breeze of natural wind or the smell of naturally occurring flora and fauna can help change, reset and show … more
At a visit to LEGOLAND Discovery Center, Gabe had the opportunity to build whatever he wanted. So what did he build? more
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