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While the world was turned upside down and economic engines came to a grinding halt as the COVID-19 outbreak unfolded, the Phoenix metropolitan housing market has remained steady. more
In Apache Junction, the Lost Dutchman Fire is 60% contained and, at the Southern Fire, firefighters are continuing to mop-up and extinguish any remaining heat today, May 8, officials said. Lost … more
The Apache Junction and Gold Canyon News, in operation for more than 23 years as a weekly newspaper delivered to homes and that recently changed to online-only, has ceased operations. “On … more
It’s a sad day for the Arizona Winter Visitors Association. After 28 years we have shut it down because of the virus. We can’t operate with no income; as of Jan. 1 we have not received … more
Anne Marie Ward, a candidate for U.S. Congress in District 4, spent April 30 meeting with voters and volunteering at the Salvation Army Apache Junction Corps Community Center, packing and … more
As you may know, representatives from many of our local mom-and-pop restaurants, myself and nearly 100 concerned and supportive citizens gathered on May 1 in-between Dirtwater Springs and the … more
Finance Director Donna Meinerts has been appointed as the applicant agent for requesting state and federal disaster recovery assistance for the city’s emergency response to the COVID-19 … more
As part of National Volunteer Week, physicians and staff at Banner Ironwood and Banner Goldfield medical centers recently recognized volunteers in a unique and safe way. Last month, volunteers at … more
Republic Services Inc., which provides solid-waste collection services in Apache Junction, recently announced the launch of its "Committed to Serve" initiative to help its employees, customers and … more
Whether it’s with online options such as Google Classroom via Chromebooks or printing the alphabet with chalk on a sidewalk, Apache Junction students, parents and teachers from pre-K to grade … more
The graduating class of Apache Junction High School’s class of 2020 will shine in a way like no other class in the school’s history. Beginning at 8:20 p.m. Friday, April 17, the … more
The City of Apache Junction has partnered with CivicReady to implement a temporary mass-notification system for up-to-date coronavirus information. The CivicReady solution will allow city … more
Apache Junction Police Department officers will be wearing masks in accordance with recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. "Even though things may start to look … more
If you could get word to the Pinal County powers-that-be who are suing for correct Pinal County numbers of people who have COVID-19 --- I, Heidi A Robinson, have it. Have been quarantined with it for … more
The threat of contracting or spreading the dangerous COVID-19 virus is at the forefront of everyone’s mind these days. The good people at Square One Builders jumped in to help slow the spread … more
A state representative, two council members, two mayors, a fire chief and a county supervisor have filed a lawsuit to force the state and Pinal County to release information by ZIP code on where COVID-19 patients are coming from. more
The City of Apache Junction encourages the general public to follow federal and state guidelines on physical distancing for the next City Council meeting on April 7. With the ongoing … more
Rosie Portual-Brastad is used to coming to the aid of Apache Junction Unified School District families. She heads Project Help, a program that is exclusive to AJUSD and provides families in need … more
Following direction from the governor’s office, the City of Apache Junction will close additional public spaces at 5 p.m. on Saturday, April 4. The city will close tennis and basketball … more
The Apache Junction Parks and Recreation department, in its continuing effort to reduce the community spread of COVID-19, has implemented additional measures in following guidelines set by the U.S. … more
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