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Glendale will be one of the host cities for the 2021 Concacaf Gold Cup this summer. more
In a strange way, baseball bookended the COVID-19 pandemic, at least in Arizona. more
If you bought Girl Scout cookies this spring, there’s a good chance you bought a box from Troop 558 in Peoria. more
Local Girl Scout troops rallied together to sell over 2 million boxes of cookies this year despite increased social distancing because of the coronavirus pandemic. The Girl Scout Arizona … more
Fans of baseball can learn the history of spring games at a new permanent “Play Ball: The Arizona Spring Training Experience” exhibit at Mesa Historical Museum, 2345 N. Horne. The … more
(NAPSI)—For livestock producers, even the best-laid healthcare plans can be waylaid by unexpected disease outbreak, illness or other conditions that impact their animals.   Fortunately, … more
Fans of baseball can learn the history of spring games at a new permanent “Play Ball: The Arizona Spring Training Experience” exhibit at Mesa Historical Museum, 2345 N. Horne. The … more
Four 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
Limiting fans allowed at Cactus League games because COVID-19 concerns has put the brakes on an annual spring training baseball increase in customers to businesses and sales taxes to the … more
Central Arizona College’s Phi Theta Kappa, Alpha Theta Delta Chapter, has been named a 2021 Recognizing Excellence in Acceptance and Completion with Honors Chapter. Chapters that excel in … more
Central Arizona College has a new alliance with Arizona State University to provide students a seamless transfer experience with the MyPath2ASU program. MyPath2ASU allows students to take the … more
It’s mid-morning Tuesday and 70 or so kids are hunched in front of their computers inside the cafeteria and gymnasium at Cactus Canyon Junior High School. The kindergarten and first-grade … 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
With most of the land in its 3.1-square-mile jurisdiction already spoken for, large-scale residential development in the city of Litchfield Park is limited, but it does exist. more
Fans eager to buy tickets for spring training games at Surprise Stadium, 15960 N. Bullard Ave., will have their chance starting the morning of Saturday, Feb. 20. more
Organizations were forced to shift during the pandemic as events and activities were canceled and some had to shift their approach. more
What a difference a year and a pandemic make. more
In addition to providing music education to schools, the Gold Canyon Arts Council provides art education and supplies through its “Leland Wilson Art Project.” The project … more
Stephanie Moss is an eighth-grade student at Cactus Canyon Junior High School and like a lot of eighth-grade students she became nervous as she looked ahead and thought about navigating high school … more
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