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The boys’ and girls’ cross-country teams from Legacy Traditional School in Queen Creek performed very well at a recent Canyon Athletic Association (CAA) competition. The boys’ … more
In the 21st century, a part of modern America, everyone despite public perceptions around color, creed, religious beliefs, or sexual orientation, deserves an advocate and a safe place to go. Based … more
Even the simplest of cakes on our birthdays make us feel special. Now imagine being a child who has never had the feeling for specialness.The Maricopa County volunteers at For Goodness Cakes bake and … more
Have rodents running rampant? Our cats can help. There are times when our rescue takes in cats that are not suited to live in a home. Generally, these cats are pregnant or have a new litter of … more
With the Holidays just about over, many are thinking of how they’re going to get rid of that drying Christmas tree or electronics that were replaced with new gifts. Queen Creek is at your … more
When Queen Creek resident and entrepreneur Theresa Weinberg attended the Taking the Leap workshop at the Queen Creek Library last February the passion for innovation was infectious. But one … more
Name: Frontier Tattoo Co. LLC Address and other information: 2510 E. Hunt Highway Suite 12 in San Tan Valley. Barbara Jean McAtlin, CEO; and Paul McCleary, GM.; on … more
The morning of Friday, Dec. 11 will be remembered as a  special moment for the waste service behemoth, Republic Services, as it bid farewell to Joe Romero, a heavy machine operator entering retirement this month. Mr. Romero is retiring after 38 years of service. To honor the occasion, Apache Junction Mayor Jeff Serdy, along with Republic Services dignitaries, dedicated the scale site at the Apache Junction Landfill as the Joe Romero Honorary Scale House. more
Few people are as self-aware as Gauge, a boy barely into high school who knows his strengths and knows where he needs to improve to reach his goals. “Gauge is always trying to do … more
A favorite seafood eatery has made its way to San Tan Valley near Queen Creek. In seven years, the Angry Crab Shack has grown to 11 locations in Arizona, including six Valley owned-and operated … more
In Queen Creek, when the wheels on a school bus go round-and-round, students’ parents can see them in real time. more
Mountain View Funeral Home and Cemetery are putting together a special program allowing families to celebrate the holidays with their departed loved ones more
Starting today, Schnepf Farms in Queen Creek turns into a magical winter wonderland. For the second year, Schnepf Farms has partnered with World of Illumination — known for producing the … more
Incorporated just 31 years ago, the town of Queen Creek is boasting about its first employee to achieve 25 years of service. more
A new elementary school being built in Queen Creek will bear a familiar name. more
Nick Hansen, an educator, first responder and entrepreneur, is the December 2020 Queen Creek Hometown Hero bestowed in the “Emergency Responder” category for his dedication to protecting … more
As the Valley’s COVID-19 cases continue to rise, Banner Ironwood Medical Center has unveiled its newly constructed fourth and fifth floors.This is the hospital’s first major expansion … more
The offices for the town of Queen Creek and the Recreation Annex will be closed on Thursday, Nov. 26 for Thanksgiving Day. The Recreation Annex also will be closed on Friday, Nov. 27.  Trash … more
The Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office took the following reports of crime in the Queen Creek area Nov. 5- Nov. 10: more
The Arizona Department of Health Services on Nov. 11 reported the number of COVID-19 cases in Queen Creek and San Tan Valley at 3,986 in ZIP codes 85140, 85142 and 85143. That is an increase of 488 … more
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