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Independents now outnumber both Republicans and Democrats in Arizona as voters continue to abandon the two major parties.
The only coach Desert Vista boys soccer has had is no longer running the program.
The Desert Vista High School Choir will be hosting its inaugural Gala, Dinner and Auction to raise money for new equipment.
It’s difficult to comprehend the struggle a child suffering in a third-world country goes through every day and how your small contribution to a nonprofit makes a difference. The African Children’s Choir, performing this month in the East Valley, will give you that personal experience with not only the cause but the kids you’re supporting.
Money to Mainstreet, an Access to Capital event, will be coming to the Valley on Wednesday, March 26. The event will have a panel discussion highlighting critical funding issues facing small and mid-size businesses in Phoenix and give participants the chance to talk one-on-one with financial experts about their personal situations.
For eight years, both of us have seen the Department of Public Safety (DPS) stand in the back of the line, thankful for anything the state Legislature can provide them financially. However, now is the time to focus on government’s core responsibility — public safety. We are pleased to work on a bill which will help make DPS competitive once again.
Precision Corporate Staging (PCS), owned and operated by Ahwatukee residents Dave and Marla Stern, for a second straight year was recognized by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce as a Blue Ribbon Small Business of the Year.
Valley resident Sharon Thiel visited the VA hospital in Phoenix to donate a few items from her Darrel Vik Music Library project, designed toward assisting veterans through musical stimulation.
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Junior and senior high school students are eligible to choose a beautiful prom dress and participate in a bonding experience at the 13th annual “Cinderella Affair” Free Prom Dress Boutique hosted by the East Valley Women’s League.
You don’t have to read the credits or see the previews to recognize “The Grand Budapest Hotel” as a Wes Anderson picture. Anyone familiar with Anderson’s work can immediately spot his whimsical filmmaking style and sense of humor that’s completely bizarre, yet also deadpan. While Anderson has fallen into a comfortable, if not slightly predictable, groove, he still remains one of the most distinctive voices and visionaries of the past two decades. With his previous film, “Moonrise Kingdom,” Anderson perfected his craft as a writer and director. Although “The Grand Budapest Hotel” is a step down from that near perfect film, it’s still another quirky, charming entertainment with that special Anderson touch.
The tennis season is well under way and it has gone pretty much as preseason expectations indicated.
Chris Senna took the “f” out of golf.
Deep down at his core Rudy Acosta is a master manipulator.
Over the past several years, driving distractions caused by mobile devices have been a hot topic here in Arizona and across the nation. Study after study has confirmed that distractions can worsen driving performance, making the roads more dangerous for everyone.
An Irish relative sent me some packages of her favorite tea. On the package of the Thompson Family Teas Company it states: “We Trade only with tea farmers who share our ideals. Treating their workers Fairly with proper wages, healthcare & education.”
How does a piece of literature become a “classic?” How is the “very best” of any culture determined, and, by whom? Is there a checklist? Who creates that checklist? What values are inherently connected with any kind of “best” lists? And what is “quality?”
Individuals often tell each other to “smile and nod” or to “hang up and drive,” but a local dental practice will be telling one lucky patient to “Smile and Drive” as the grand prize winner of a 2014 Ford Fiesta.
I am a mother of a recent college graduate and my frustration with the poor employment prospects for the young has deepened over time. A New York Times editorial entitled, “Where Have All the Raises Gone?” (March 2, 2014), noted the stagnation and decline of American workers’ wages predates the Great Recession. In fact, since 2002 the pay for less educated workers has declined while the salaries of college educated workers has stagnated.
Mesa boys volleyball coach Anthony Millanes took a few minutes this week to talk about winning the Wolf Howl invitational tournament last week, pursuing a state title with a talented, senior-heavy lineup, and the return of a key player from serious injury.
Handsome Louie is a super affectionate and talkative red and white cat. He’s tall with long, white legs. He enjoys napping in a cat tree all day and watching TV or playing poker at night. Louie is fine with friendly, mellow cats and would also be great as king of the castle and your only cat.
Arizona public schools have offered to give up their claim to more than $1.2 billion in lost aid if the state will simply agree to adjust the current formula to recognize the fact that lawmakers broke state law.
The Arizona State Hospital is finally meeting federal standards and will not lose its certification – and millions in federal dollars.
For years, John Junker enjoyed the prestige of running the Fiesta Bowl organization, pulling in a six-figure salary, rubbing elbows with powerful people and taking advantage of the perks of the job such as spending $33,000 in bowl money on his birthday bash.
“So the proposed Keystone pipe line may leak a little, may get shot at by local Bubbas of the well-regulated militia and may be the target of Al Qaeda, but who cares — it only goes through ‘Red’ states.”