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Twenty years ago, local artist Joe Tyler completed his sculpture work as a memorial to veterans everywhere. more
The Daily Independent at is publishing submitted photos that highlight the community and showcase Arizona’s beauty. Readers are invited to submit scenic pictures of desert … more
Get a head start on your weight loss program this summer and impress your winter friends and relatives when they return for the winter. TOPS Club Inc. — Taking Off Pounds Sensibly — is … more
The Central Arizona College Police Department recently held a special awards banquet to recognize staff and officers. The following individuals were recognized: Beverly Robinette, Employee of … more
Olga Tipton-Tucker’s call to serve her country has long been in her temperament — her dad served in the military for 23 years and she was surrounded by male figures who served as well. more
“I want to do hair and makeup so that other people can look beautiful.” more
Scenic Arizona: 10 quail strolling along a back fence more
Skyline High School’s Army JROTC Cadets didn’t let a disrupted school year prevent them from accomplishing something important. Early in the 2019 school year, some senior cadets took … more
Before Ana Guzman immigrated to the United States, she always had a passion for the law and legal matters.  In her home country of Guatemala, Ms. Guzman attended law school for two years but … more
The American Heart Association Greater Phoenix Division hosted its 2021 Phoenix Go Red for Women Digital Experience on Friday, May 7, raising nearly $160,000. The signature event — which was … more
When Abrazo West Campus celebrated National Hospital Week with daily events and treats for its staff earlier this month, one of the treats was a T-shirt designed by hospital pharmacist Ciprian Marinau. more
Kids Need to Read, a Mesa nonprofit, donated more than $1 million worth of books to 85,000 children across the U.S. in 2020. This milestone is a major move for Kids Need to Read on its mission to … more
The 2019-20 school year wasn’t kind to Apache Junction High School’s Navy Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps. The NJROTC was put on probation because it didn’t have at least … more
Wendy Britt was recently named Central Arizona College Faculty of the Year. The Faculty of the Year award recognizes faculty who have made a difference in the lives of students inside and outside … more
Where is Ethan? If it’s not a hot summer’s day the answer is outside. The thirteen-year-old likes to stay active and can often be found riding his scooter, playing football, skating, or his new hobby – fishing. more
Arizona Helping Hands Board of Directors has announced that Dan Shufelt, president and CEO, will be retiring after seven years of leading the organization. “It’s time to move on to … more
Former Apache Junction resident Bonnie Pike-Blake, now living in San Tan Valley, has published the book “The Veil is Lifted,” a sequel to her book “A Dog Named No!” The … more
Apache Junction High School teacher Cary McDavid used two words to describe what it was like to teach his introduction to engineering course in the 2020-21 school year. “Rather … more
Better Business Bureau serving the Pacific Southwest and Salt River Project recently honored 10 Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps students as part of BBB Ethical Cadet Scholarship … more
Occupational therapy assistants play an important role in helping people with challenges and disabilities participate in everyday life activities. They are not confined to an office or desk for … more
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