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Higley USD is working to implement the “Higley-ized” version of “Portrait of a Graduate” that the Governing Board adopted last May.  But the effort has come under some … more
Queen Creek Robotics Foundation team, GearedUp, has won the Arizona VEX Robotics Competition High School State Championship.The Arizona VRC High School State Championship tournament was a two-day … more
Valley resident and country music star Dierks Bentley will be headlining the final night of Country Thunder 2023.Bentley’s studio albums have produced 25 singles on the Hot Country Songs and … more
PHOENIX — Two years after banning the use of public funds for so-called “critical race theory,” a Queen Creek Republican lawmaker is now going after programs that promote diversity, … more
Six teachers in Chandler Unified School District earned or renewed their National Board for Professional Teaching Standards certification, joining a class of more than 2,800 teachers nationwide for … more
Michelle Tucker, who is a three-time cancer survivor, founded the Chosen Warrior Cancer Support Foundation. She was first diagnosed at age 19 with breast cancer and since has successfully fought … more

A Central Arizona College student has been named a 2023 New Century Workforce Scholar – the only Arizona student chosen for this scholarship. Kyle Cramer will receive a $1,250 scholarship, … more
Arizona is best known for its “five Cs” — climate, copper, citrus, cattle and cotton. What Arizona is becoming know for is having its own reliable water source. And a new study from Arizona State University is putting into question some the Valley’s fastest growing cities’ ability to secure their water future. more
The Higley USD Governing Board approved 2% raises for most district employees at the board’s March 8 meeting, but the vote was not unanimous.  Anna Van Hoek voted in dissent on the … more
Sossaman Road will be closed to traffic just south of Germann Road to Rittenhouse Road beginning Monday, March 13 through Friday, March 24. Construction will run from 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. to install a … more
High school graduates from 2021 to 2023, as well as GED recipients, are invited to experience life as a college student this summer at Central Arizona College. Registration is now open for Central … more
PHOENIX – The GOP-controlled Arizona Senate turned back an effort by a Queen Creek Republican to divide Maricopa County into four parts. Sen. Jake Hoffman’s proposal fell 18-12, a … more
The town of Queen Creek’s new utility billing system is now live, and all utility customers are affected by the transition. All customers will receive a printed bill this week for the … more

Five students from Desert Mountain Elementary teamed up to build a 6-foot-tall model of a Ferris wheel made of 8,551 K'nex pieces. K’NEX is a toy rod and connector building … more
Queen Creek recently launched an interactive map with industrial property for sale and lease. The economic development tool helps site selectors, industrial developers and prospective … more
Despite a $377.5 million increase in overall spending on instruction, more than half of the school districts in Arizona spent a smaller percentage of their dollars in classroom instruction in 2022 … more
Despite a $377.5 million increase in overall spending on instruction, more than half of the school districts in Arizona spent a smaller percentage of their dollars in classroom instruction in 2022 … more
With winter’s chill still in the air, taking a child to a splash pad is probably the last thing on parents’ minds. But don’t say the town of Queen Creek isn’t ready for the … more
A 16-year-old male has been booked into a juvenile detention facility and charged with three felonies following a shooting incident near Sierra Park and Ellsworth Road in Queen Creek. more
Queen Creek Police have found the missing 80-year-old man who triggered a Silver Alert. Daniel Avilez is 80 years old and has dementia. more

Someburros restaurants across the Valley will be celebrating National Read Across America Day by offering a free children’s book written by the restaurant chain’s owner. The giveaway … more
Six Central Arizona College students have been selected to the Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society All-Arizona Academic Team. All-Arizona students demonstrate academic excellence and … more
All Queen Creek elementary students under the age of 12 can take part in the Second Annual Children’s Business Fair. The event is organized by Benjamin Franklin Charter School and is … more
PHOENIX – Gov. Katie Hobbs referred to Sen. Jake Hoffman as a “fake elector” after the Queen Creek Republican criticized the way her office is researching gubernatorial nominees … more
A few years ago, the drug fentanyl was mostly unheard of. Not anymore.Today, authorities and health experts say fentanyl is increasingly claiming lives as more of the drug makes its way across the … more
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