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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
A Girl Scout troop in Queen Creek thought they were just making a cookie drop-off, then they got a look at something few people have ever seen up close. 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
Americans love their pets, which makes veterinarians and their staffs a very popular group. Jennifer Schwartz is a veterinary assistant instructor and program team Lead at the East Valley … more
Community members may now purchase tickets for the 2020-21 Hometown Heroes Awards, an award lunch celebration of individuals and businesses identified for their local achievements and distinguished … more
Slothee likes his coffee and so does eight-year-old Cameron Fica. Actually, his mother, Nikki Pezzopane, gives him a drop in his milk. But that, along with the boy’s many travels, have led … more
Braxton Brewer had an idea and it turned out to be a winner. Braxton won the kids division category of Bashas’ doughnut flavor competition held in conjunction with National Doughnut Day in … more
Your Name: Ernie Merrill Business Name: Arizona Lifestyle Home Remodeling. We specialize in residential home remodeling. We also have a sister business called Minuteman Air, Plumbing & … 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
Scenic Arizona: 10 quail strolling along a back fence more
On Tuesday, April 27 a semi-truck with 40 tons of food from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints arrived at Father McGivney’s Food Bank at Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church in … 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
A local nonprofit organization has printed small pocketbook-sized editions of the U.S. Constitution and Declaration of Independence and making them available free of charge to Arizona school … more
Queen Creek son Dr. Alexander Matheson has called the eastern Maricopa County residential enclave home long before the rural town was transformed into the bustling community it is today. But all … more
Okey Oswald Ikedilo is dedicated to not only helping the sick, but also helping seniors continue living independent lives. The Queen Creek resident does this through his company, Acti-Kare Responsive … more
Names: Cyndi Diliberto and Christine Davison, co-founders of Sunset Scents, which celebrates one year on May 1, 2021. Town/neighborhood: Mesa When and why we moved here: We started Sunset … more
In service to the armed forces and later unwavering support of Kiwanis Club of Queen Creek and beyond --- James M. Skiotes is in a class all his own. Working tirelessly to improve the lives of … more
Mayor Barney and the Town Council recognized Jennifer Masse as a Great Neighbor at the March 17 Council meeting. Ms. Masse was nominated for bringing joy to the community by organizing a Christmas … more
The mission of All of Us is simple: to speed up health research. more
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