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Tony Servin knows all too well the rift that a suicide can cause, especially when that person has her whole life ahead of her. more
The Coast Guard Foundation, a non-profit organization committed to strengthening the Coast Guard community and service by supporting members and families, announced recently that it has awarded 158 … more
Smart and quick thinking, Seth is a natural puzzle solver, but there’s just one puzzle he has yet to solve: finding a forever family to call his own. The 16-year-old is open to all different … more
Broadway Mesa Village Assisted Living and Memory Care, 7231 E. Broadway Road in Mesa, celebrated the birthday of Vivian Bickford, who turned 103 on Sept. 1. “Ms. Vivian is known around the … more
For nearly 50 years, Organ Stop Pizza in Mesa has been a destination restaurant for customers of all ages. It is home to the Mighty Wurlitzer, the world’s largest and finest theater organ, … more
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey on Sept. 17 announced the appointment of Lacey Gard to the Pinal County Superior Court. This appointment is to fill the vacancy created by the retirement of Judge Stephen … more
OdySea Aquarium announces the birth of three healthy whitetip reef shark — Triaenodon obesus — pups including one male and two female pups. more
Author David Czaplicki, who resides in Gold Canyon, has recently released his second novel, “The Man in the Woods.” “‘The Man in the Woods’ is a story of new love, … more
The Apache Junction High School varsity football team got back to campus at about 12:45 a.m. Saturday morning following its road victory at Canyon del Oro in Tucson.By 8 a.m. the players were back on … more
Mesa resident Jayeden Valbrun began the sixth grade a few months ago at Arizona State University Prep Digital online K-12 school. He has expressed interest in accelerating his learning by taking … more
“Resident’s Guide to Mesa’ free classes with useful information to support Mesa residents who want to improve their neighborhoods starts Sept. 28. “Attend these free … more
Attention all artists interested in displaying their masterpieces at the city of Apache Junction offices. The city is bringing back the program of showcasing local artists at City Hall and the Apache … more
The Apache Junction City Council recently was updated on the services provided by Genesis Project, a coalition of churches banded together for the purpose of aiding the less fortunate. The council … more
As part of Adolfson & Peterson Construction’s National Day of Giving, the construction manager’s Southwest division spent an afternoon volunteering with Feed My Starving Children to … more
Residents rest for the busy pace ahead when routines will fuel the day’s energy. The population takes a break from bouncing off each other in the familiar frenzy that arrives when the sun comes up. There’s a select few, however, who find themselves in go-mode during the overnights. The graveyard shifts. more
Gold Canyon Community Inc. has partnered with Pinal County and Arizona State University to develop a community plan. The first element for the development of the plan is a community-wide survey … more
Children ages 4 and older are invited to the free Oct. 1-3 Vacation Bible School at Mountain View Lutheran Church, 2122 S. Goldfield Road in Apache Junction. “Families and elementary-aged … more
If there’s anything that the recent Tokyo Olympics showed us, it’s that Olympians are just like us, only more so. They suffer from the same anxieties, and similar financial and … more
“Resident’s Guide to Mesa’ free classes with useful information to support Mesa residents who want to improve their neighborhoods starts Sept. 28. “Attend these free … more
Fifteen-year-old Damone is hard to miss. The high school sophomore is growing like a weed and using his height to hone in his basketball talents. more
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