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Surprise students shine in Unified Sports

All three Dysart Unified School District high schools saw their Special Olympics athletes place in the top five at the Arizona Interscholastic Association Unified Track & Field State Championship.

Queen Creek Candidates Forum

The Queen Creek Independent and the Queen Creek Chamber of Commerce are co-hosting an in-person Candidate Forum for the Queen Creek Town Council candidates. Attendees can learn more about the four …

Florence candidates to meet at forum

The Florence Independent and the Greater Florence Chamber of Commerce are co-hosting an in-person Candidate Forum for the Florence Town Council candidates. Attendees can learn more about the five …

Local Mexican restaurant Cantina Gueros opens first …

Goodyear residents now have additional options for Mexican cuisine after the grand opening of Cantina Gueros–the chain's second Valley location from Westside Concepts.  The restaurant, …

Thefts, other incidents reported in Gold Canyon

The Pinal County Sheriff’s Office took the following reports of thefts and other incidents in Gold Canyon May 6-12: Disorderly conduct — domestic violence, reported at 9:54 p.m. May 6 …

Scottsdale’s development growth: Candidates outline …

A candidate’s opinion on Scottsdale growth is a popular yardstick by which constituents use to measure political hopefuls. Coupled by the booming population in the Valley of the Sun, there …

Artists sought for Jan. 28 Gold Canyon Arts Festival

Artists are being sought for the Saturday, Jan. 28, Gold Canyon Arts Festival — a one-day event held on the fourth Saturday of January each year. Applications will be accepted beginning June …

Desert Mountain CARE posts record-breaking year

CARE, the Desert Mountain-based charity that funds breakthrough cancer research in the greater Phoenix area, raised a record-breaking $1.2 million in donations for fiscal year 2021-22.

Mesa council candidates explain what are the city’s …

A primary election is Aug. 2 for candidates in Mesa City Council districts 4, 5 and 6, with terms expiring in January 2027. Candidates filing for a seat in each district are: District 4: Jenn …

Dysart, Surprise community mourns loss of Caruso

It is devastating, but somehow fitting, that the first Dysart Unified School District board meeting Michele Caruso missed in 10 years — due to her death May 9 — was full of discord regarding Superintendent Quinn Kellis’ resignation.

Willow Canyon retains players to continue softball …

It is bad enough for the rest of 5A softball — the realization that Marissa McCann still has one more year to pitch in high school before heading to the University of Missouri. McCann just finished a near-flawless junior season, with an 18-0 record, 0.29 ERA and 275 strikeouts and 120 1/3 innings pitched.

US60 lane restrictions in Gold Canyon May 23-26

The Arizona Department of Transportation advises drivers to plan ahead for lane restrictions along U.S. Highway 60 in Gold Canyon for pavement maintenance. Eastbound US60 will be narrowed to one …

Meet-the-candidates event in June hosted by Apache …

The Apache Junction Democrats will host a “coffeehouse” meet and greet 6-8 p.m. Tuesday, June 14, at the Apache Junction Multi-Generational Center, 1035 N. Idaho Road. Featured at the …

Vandalism, other incidents reported in Gold Canyon

The Pinal County Sheriff’s Office took the following reports of vandalism and other incidents in Gold Canyon April 30-May 5: Vandalism, reported at 1:34 p.m. May 2 in the 7300 block of East …

Willow Canyon walks past Canyon View in softball …

TEMPE - It is fitting that Willow Canyon won its second straight 5A state softball state title without driving in the runner on third base. Instead, senior Tristen Turlington walked home to capture a state title thanks to the eagle eye of younger sister Rylee. 

Meet-the-candidates event in June hosted by Gold …

The Gold Canyon Republicans group is hosting a meet-the-candidates event Monday, June 20, at Gold Canyon Community Church, 5810 S. Alameda Road. A meet and greet is 4:30-5 p.m. and a program …

Artists in residence help students at Cactus Canyon …

Professional artists from the Gold Canyon Arts Council’s Leland Wilson School Art Project have been working with students in Allison Baumann’s eighth grade art class at Cactus Canyon …

Five people are running for three seats on the Queen …

With current Council Member Emilena Turley not running for reelection and Council Member Julia Wheatley running for mayor, only one incumbent, Dawn Oliphant, is running to keep her seat. She …

Scottsdale candidate Q&A: Is the housing market an …

One of the biggest issues across the Valley of the Sun this year is the state of housing. In Scottsdale, housing values are reported to be among the highest in the metro area. For the second …

Coronavirus case counts increasing in Apache Junction, …

The Arizona Department of Health Services on May 11 reported the number of coronavirus cases in Apache Junction, east Mesa, Gold Canyon and Queen Valley is 18,060 in ZIP codes 85118, 85119 and …

Theft, other incidents reported in Gold Canyon

The Pinal County Sheriff’s Office took the following reports of a theft and other incidents in Gold Canyon April 25-29: Disorderly conduct — suspicious activity, reported at 2:27 a.m. …

Apache Junction student Ragan Stoltz receives Aspiring …

National recognition is shining once again on a student journalist at Cactus Canyon Junior High School, 1575 W. Southern Ave. in Apache Junction. Ragan Stoltz, the yearbook editor at CCJH, was …

Candidates discuss ‘biggest issue facing …

The Scottsdale City Council election is nearing in a few short months. There are seven candidates seeking three open seats on Scottsdale City Council. Of the candidates, Solange Whitehead and …

Coronavirus case counts slowing in Apache Junction, …

The Arizona Department of Health Services on May 4 reported the number of coronavirus cases in Apache Junction, east Mesa, Gold Canyon and Queen Valley is 18,018 in ZIP codes 85118, 85119 and …

Theft, other incidents reported in Gold Canyon

The Pinal County Sheriff’s Office took the following reports of a theft and other incidents in Gold Canyon April 20-24: Disorderly conduct — suspicious activity, reported at 12:37 p.m. …
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