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Name: Michelle Edwards, founder and principal of Arches Academy, 1150 W. Superstition Blvd. in Apache Junction. Town/Neighborhood: Apache Junction When/Why I moved here: We originally moved … more
Minnesota State University, Mankato, celebrated its 2021 spring semester student commencement by providing graduates “commencement-in-a-box” packages and personalized photo opportunities … more
Eight Mesa Community College students recently received honors in Artists of Promise, a competition hosted by the Maricopa County Community Artists of Promise College District to highlight student … more
A growing concept in the Valley is hatched when deciding what comes first — the chicken or the egg or a chicken with talent — as 13 first grade Desert View Learning Center students recently served as judges for the 2021 Chicken’s Got Talent competition. more
Lance Uehling is about to cry. It’s the last thing you expect from the tough guy sitting across from you, a football player and wrestler in his youth and now a Department of Corrections … more
Makayla Henwood, a graduating senior at Apache Junction High School, will trade the arid Sonoran desert for the verdant African plains of Tanzania this summer when she volunteers to help care for … more
First Christian Church Scottsdale has a big goal for 2021: provide 7,000 pounds of food to the food bank at Vista del Camino. Less than halfway through the year, FCCS is well on its way to … more
Lizzie is looking for a one or two parent home that will fulfill her dream of having a loving family to call her own. She has a wide variety of interests such as shopping, swimming, and playing board games that she would like to share with her forever family. Lizzie also says she enjoys playing outside and doing yard work! more
The Apache Junction Unified School District handed out its teacher of the year, students of the year and classified employee of the year awards at the May 11 Governing Board meeting. The 2021 … more
Visit Mesa, the city of Mesa’s destination marketing organization, is offering Hidden Disabilities Sunflower complimentary lanyards and bracelets. When worn, the sunflower serves as a visual … more
Suntec Concrete, a commercial concrete contractor in the Southwest, has hired economic development expert Will Novak as director of business development. Mr. Novak brings a strong track record of … more
Apache Junction High School Principal Dr. Chris Lineberry turned and looked at the two-dozen-plus students sitting on the stage of the Performing Arts Center. “I couldn’t be more proud … more
Central Arizona College, faculty, staff and students gathered around their computers to recognize students for their outstanding academic and co-curricular achievements during a special virtual … more
Ford and its philanthropic arm, Ford Motor Co. Fund, are teaming up with Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Phoenix and Valley-wide Dunkin’ locations to launch the ninth annual Fill an F-150 Bottled … more
Meet Dana Corbo, an artist, high school senior and Scottsdale resident who currently has work in two Scottsdale Arts exhibitions. Miss Corbo has two paintings in Scottsdale Public Art’s … more
I first became aware of music around the age of two. I was marching around the breakfast table to the music of John Philip Sousa being broadcast over the radio on Don McNeill‘s Breakfast Club. … more
The city of Mesa has hired Ana Pereira as the new public information and communications director, after a nationwide search. She will begin working on May 10. Ms. Pereira has an extensive … more
Sixteen-year-old Aaron likes to stay active, both physically and mentally. more
A total of 160 Phoenix residents gathered for The Aggregate’s inaugural “Stronger Together” Luncheon held on April 23, at Mountain Shadows Resort in the Town of Paradise Valley. … more
The Tempe Diablos are excited to announce the official finalists for the 32nd annual Excellence in Education award ceremony. more
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