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Chandler-area coach hangs it up after 38 years

5/31/2024
The year Jerry Mullin took over as Seton Catholic Prep’s softball coach, the Minnesota Twins ended up winning their first World Series title, Mark McGwire hit a then-rookie record 49 home runs …

Scottsdale resident Retired Rear Admiral Dr. Connie …

5/17/2024
Retired Rear Admiral Dr. Connie Mariano will be the speaker for the Saturday, May 25, breakfast sponsored by the Veterans Ministry at La Casa de Cristo Lutheran Church, 6300 E. Bell Road, Scottsdale. …

Peoria city attorney receives 15% raise

4/8/2024
Peoria City Council recently completed their appraisal of City Attorney Emily Jurmu, and approved amendments to her contract that provides for an increase in base salary and deferred compensation that, city staff says, will more closely align her with peer counterparts in the Valley.

Peoria public safety pensions now in healthy category

3/21/2024
PSPRS: Important landmarks July 1, 1968: PSPRS established to provide a uniform, consistent and equitable statewide retirement program for Arizona’s public safety personnel. 2000s: PSPRS hit …

Scottsdale attorney, legislator seeks sanctions …

12/18/2023
PHOENIX — An attorney involved in the legal dispute over whether Cochise County could do a full hand count of ballots now is seeking to have the State Bar of Arizona sanction the county attorney who had told the supervisors the move would be illegal.

VIDEO: Peoria police, fire-medical departments give …

11/13/2023
Members of the Peoria police and fire-medical departments honored Police Chief Art Miller with well wishes on his final day before retirement, Nov. 9.

Peoria Development and Engineering Director announces …

10/20/2023
Peoria Development and Engineering Director Adina Lund has announced her retirement, effective Dec. 15.

Chandler Neighbors: Copper Creek resident stays busy

10/19/2023
In 1978, then-President Jimmy Carter established National Good Neighbor Day. Recognized this year on Sept. 28, this milestone reminds us that being a good neighbor starts with making …

Hobbs strips Saudi company of right to lease state …

10/3/2023
PHOENIX — Gov. Katie Hobbs on Tuesday defended the decision to strip a Saudi company of its right to lease state land to farm alfalfa for export — and get the water underneath it free — but had no answers to what will become of the nearly 3,500 acres after that.

State pension fund to sell interest in company that …

9/30/2023
PHOENIX — The state’s largest public pension fund is selling off its interest in a company that owns a 3,000-acre western Arizona farm that grows alfalfa to ship to the Middle East.

Chandler Police chief to retire in January

7/31/2023
The Chandler Police Department announced late last week that its leader plans to retire in January 2024. Chandler Police Chief Sean Duggan has announced plans to conclude his 37-year career in …

Hand counting ballots a 'recipe for chaos' attorney …

7/18/2023
PHOENIX — Allowing Arizona counties to decide to do hand-counts of most or even all early ballots cast in would a “recipe for chaos” in elections, an attorney told an Arizona Court of Appeals panel on Tuesday.