Centennial Middle School wrestlers will be doing their thing on new mats, thanks to their coach, Juanpablo DeLeon, and the Fiesta Bowl’s 2018 Wishes for Teachers program.
More than four dozen Arizona school districts are getting new school buses at no cost to taxpayers, but the East Valley has been just about shut out.
An informal group calling itself the East Valley Cultural Coalition has come up with an $18 million cash offer in private money to buy the Chinese Cultural Center in Phoenix – the focus of a long-standing controversy involving a Scottsdale company.
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In recent years, pet ownership has spiked in the U.S., sparking a growth of pet-related companies and services, from pet bakeries to doggie daycares to spas that offer massages, pedicures and stylish grooming.
Local dinner theater fans were sad to learn that the nearly 35-year-old Rockin’ R Ranch in Mesa would be serving its last meal and performing its final songs over the weekend.
- Both local Catholic churches here to present joint concert
- ABM getting results in efforts to beautify Ahwatukee
- Tons of girders installed in record time along freeway path
- Mobile pet hospice a labor of love for area veterinarian
- 3 women help make this ‘Nutcracker’ an Ahwatukee classic
- East Valley group offers $18M cash to save Chinese center
- Ahwatukee bracing for double blizzards this weekend
- Centennial teacher using Fiesta Bowl award to buy wrestling mats
- Kyrene officials taking big steps on school security
- Corpus Christi Knights, Viet vets bring holiday joy to kids
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Some ideas get better the more you consider them. A perfect example: The East Valley NAACP’s Dec. 5th call for a boycott of the City of Prescott over a years-long string of racist remarks and vile musings spewed by the area’s state House representative, David Stringer.
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By 9 o’clock in the morning on Election Tuesday 2018, it was time to call it. Among all the candidates in the Valley, there already was a clear loser, and he wasn’t even on the ballot.
Having spent much of the past 25 years working alongside of and for cops and reporters, there’s a term I’ve come to loathe as loaded and devoid of meaning.
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Our guiding principles must be rooted in the success, safety, and well-being of our students. We need to include our families in the development of our policies. In addition, regularly listening and working with our teachers and community to continue striving for excellence.
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