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A local nonprofit organization has printed small pocketbook-sized editions of the U.S. Constitution and Declaration of Independence and making them available free of charge to Arizona school … more
Queen Creek son Dr. Alexander Matheson has called the eastern Maricopa County residential enclave home long before the rural town was transformed into the bustling community it is today. But all … more
Okey Oswald Ikedilo is dedicated to not only helping the sick, but also helping seniors continue living independent lives. The Queen Creek resident does this through his company, Acti-Kare Responsive … more
Names: Cyndi Diliberto and Christine Davison, co-founders of Sunset Scents, which celebrates one year on May 1, 2021. Town/neighborhood: Mesa When and why we moved here: We started Sunset … more
In service to the armed forces and later unwavering support of Kiwanis Club of Queen Creek and beyond --- James M. Skiotes is in a class all his own. Working tirelessly to improve the lives of … more
Mayor Barney and the Town Council recognized Jennifer Masse as a Great Neighbor at the March 17 Council meeting. Ms. Masse was nominated for bringing joy to the community by organizing a Christmas … more
The mission of All of Us is simple: to speed up health research. more
Soroptimist International of the East Valley is accepting applications for two $1,000 scholarships. The scholarships must be applied towards tuition. The following two scholarships will be … more
Your name: Jose and Amie Soler, husband and wife team. Business name: Jurassic Landscape and Hardscape Design Town/neighborhood: Queen Creek Hours of operation: All year-round Personal … more
Queen Creek’s “Spring Into QC” in March and April will be brought to the public in a modified/virtual format to celebrate the spring season and continue the community … 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
For countless American youngsters, the performing arts provide a respite from the pressures of school, parents, and, at times, just being a kid. The Queen Creek Performing Arts Center --- under … more
The weather will be heating up soon and that means splash pad season in Queen Creek. The town recently announced that the splash pad at Founders’ Park, 22407 S. Ellsworth Road, will open for … more
Dr. Terri Ackland, academic dean for arts and humanities at Central Arizona College, has been named a distinguished college administrator by Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society. Dr. Ackland is one of 26 … more
Central Arizona College English faculty awarded book and completion scholarships to multiple students this spring. “This spring there were 91 applicants for the book scholarship and 32 … more
I am not a person who dreams, but it I do, I certainly do not remember them. As a matter of fact, I cannot remember ever having a dream. One day, in early 1990’s, it happened, I finally had … more
Your Name: Carla Bagdasaryan Business Name: The Burger Trolley. Town/Neighborhood: Queen Creek/San Tan Heights. Hours of operation: 11 a.m.-9 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday. Personal background … more
Remember how making sourdough bread became a thing during last year’s COVID-19 lockdown? Well, it turns out that as our means of entertainment continue to be restricted due to the virus, some … more
The mountain biking racing club at Payne Junior High School in Queen Creek recently received an anonymous donation of mountain biking gloves worth $1,000. more
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