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Mountain View Funeral Home and Cemetery are putting together a special program allowing families to celebrate the holidays with their departed loved ones more
Growing up, Alex Guy was called “Shock Collar” because his hits on the football field felt like an electronic dog collar. Throughout junior high school, his football pads acted as a … more
The Superstition Community Food Bank began its holiday meal distribution on Saturday, Nov. 14, with a huge helping of community spirit. A total of 500 holiday meals were distributed with the aid … more
For all those wanting to learn more about the community, the next Apache Junction Citizen Leadership Institute is scheduled for January-April 2021. “This is your chance to learn about how … more
Apache Junction artist Liz Nicklus has been selected by Artists Magazine as one of the winners in its annual Best of the Best international art contest. Her mixed media piece, “Man of … more
Superstition Mountain Golf and Country Club has donated $30,000 to the Superstition Community Food Bank in Apache Junction. Members of the private golf club have become known over the years for … more
The town of Florence has concluded its search for a new economic development director with the hiring of Elan Vallender, the senior economic development specialist for the city of Apache … more
After eight months of virtual services, AJ Cowboy Church will be holding a service on Sunday, Nov. 22, at Prospector Park, 3015 N. Idaho Road in Apache Junction. “Nine years ago I preached … more
Local 74-year-old race car enthusiast Jerry Weaver gets behind the wheel every Monday and Tuesday as he races with people all over the world from the comfort of his own home. Mr. Weaver, not your … more
The +swappow PLUS Foundation is launching a new virtual skateboarding academy to continue serving the foster care community in Arizona. Due to the outbreak of COVID-19, +swappow PLUS, a … more
During October, Superstition Mountain Golf Course member Michael Plante donated his Yamaha FG-411 acoustic guitar to Dylan Walters, a lucky student participant of the Lead Guitar program of Apache … more
SRP continues to help low-income households in Queen Creek that are behind on their payments due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The utility put in place a seven-month COVID-19 moratorium on power … more
More than 50 people have donated $6,935 to help Adam Natividad, an employee at Smiling Dog Landscapes in Gold Canyon, and his wife, Karen, who were injured in a recent motorcycle … more
Name: June Marie RussoTown/neighborhood: Gold Canyon EastWhen and why I moved here: My life partner was tired of the cold weather in western New York and we wanted to live closer to some of our … more
The Apache Junction Mounted Rangers recently made an $8,000 donation to Project Help. Project Help is a community-based program committed to providing short-term assistance for families and … more
Local women who are pursuing vocational, skills training or an undergraduate degree are encouraged to apply for the $1,500 Live Your Dream Award through Soroptimist International of the East … more
On Saturday, Oct. 10, 75 bicyclists registered to participate in Gold Canyon Strong’s inaugural Bicycle Brigade. There were community team leaders in four different areas of Gold Canyon that … more
Members of Lost Dutchman Fraternal Order of Eagles No. 3850 Auxiliary recently presented a check for $1,030 to Salvation Army food bank workers in Apache Junction. They included Capt. Darla Malone … more
Name: The Rev. Jason Taylor Age: 48 Town/neighborhood: East Mesa/Apache Junction When and why I moved here: My family moved here when I was a teen. What I like most about living here: The … more
Name: Kerry Niemann Town/Neighborhood: Apache Junction When did you move to Apache Junction: I moved to the Apache Junction area in 2012 and soon became interested in drawing the Superstitions … more
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