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A student set to enter Sunrise Mountain High School this week has succumbed to a head injury he received after an OHV accident in Payson. more
Since his formidable years Queen Creek resident Jerome J. Ralston knew he wanted to be in business for himself. “I told my mom that I was going to be a businessman and she just … more
As Arizona’s early childhood agency, First Things First recognizes that while every child develops at their own pace, developmental and sensory screenings are a way parents can learn about … more
When Tempe resident, Victoria Thurman’s grandfather complained about the lack of artwork on the walls at his assisted-living facility, she noticed an opportunity for her photography to serve a … more
Literally hundreds of Seamen apply for Officer Candidate School. Applications alone take months to prepare. more
The heritage of Peoria High School runs deep. Layers and layers of past legacies have made it what it is today and William Babb is a prime example of that. more
Very few people deserve more respect and praise than the United States veterans who call the Town of Paradise Valley home. From going to war to keeping America safe during peaceful times, … more
Each year the Pinal County Board of Supervisors sets aside $100,000 per district to grant to local nonprofit organizations for the benefit of county residents. County staff members review the … more
To find Tirahji, just listen for the sound of laughter. The 12-year-old has a knack – and passion – for making others laugh. more
Sports Turf Managers Association, which is comprised of 2,700 men and women professionals overseeing sports fields worldwide, has declared Josh Lenz the winner of the ‘Stars and Stripes’ … more
When asked what he would want a family to know about him, Yahya says, “I want them to know I love everyone.” more
You’re a freshman on the first day of high school. The campus seems huge. So do some of the kids. You’re not sure where your classes are or how to get from Point A to Point … more
MaryEllen Sheppard was recently appointed Pinal County deputy county manager. Sheppard, who joined Pinal County in February 2019 as human resources director, has been serving in an interim role … more
During the week of July 18-24, the essential responsibilities performed by probation, parole and community supervision professionals will be honored in Pinal County and nationwide. These … more
Twenty-eight Mesa Community College student-athletes earned All-Academic honors from the National Junior College Athletic Association. With only 10 of the 18 MCC squads eligible to be considered … more
Mysterious electric misfires happening in one’s brain is the best guess brilliant minds of the medical community can offer in explanation of the neurological condition commonly known as … more
Masonic awards for years of membership were presented July 8 at Apache Lodge No. 69 to Master Masons Don French (65 years) and Bill Arnold (60 years). The presentation was made by Lodge Master Lynn … more
Arizona State University has invited radio host and tech expert, Kim Komando to be inducted into the 2021 W.P. Carey School of Business Alumni Hall of Fame at the ASU Tempe campus on Thursday, Oct. 28, kicking off ASU’s Homecoming weekend. more
What do you get when you combine a soccer aficionado with proven servant leadership, deep respect for nature, and a desire to uplift and motivate children for the future betterment of society? The … more
A New Leaf has been selected as a 2021 Bank of America Charitable Foundation RFP Grants for Economic Mobility recipient and is to receive a $65,000 grant … more
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