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Every Thursday without ceasing, Jim Cluff drives out to Mesa from his south Phoenix home to pick up and fill the bed of his Dodge truck with nearly 800 loaves of bread.
Michelle Lauren Ellis of Ahwatukee graduated magna cum laude from the University of San Diego (USD) on May 26. Ellis earned a bachelor’s degree in communication studies.
Alfonso Rodriguez, longtime resident of Ahwatukee for 36 years, passed away on June 19. Well known business man and friend. He worked at Got Climate Control and W.D. Manor continuously for 35 years as a project engineer. He was an active member of the Orpheus Male Choir for years and traveled to Europe five times singing. He was an active member of Rotary and was president of that organization. He was a friend to all, a fine artist and musician.
A new Arizona law will prohibit homeowners associations formed after Dec. 31, 2014, from enforcing parking on public streets. The goal is to change the way developers design communities.
Desert Vista's Tristan Ezell, left, went undeafted in Greco and freestyle at the USAW/Cliff Keen West Kids & Cadet Regionals with hopes of using it as a bulding block for the Fargo Nationals in July.
Team Arizona represented itself well at the USAW/Cliff Keen West Kids & Cadet Regionals.
Desert Vista's Tristan Ezell, right, has been working all his wrestling career for his senior year and the summer leading up to it has been very successful.
It’s never too early.
Gun violence in our country may collectively cost us up to nearly $200 billion each year, according to a study based on 2010 data by the Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation, an independent public safety research group used by the Centers for Disease Control and other government agencies. That’s pretty expensive.