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Benevilla leadership recently thanked its board of directors who have successfully met head-on the challenges of 2020 and the COVID19 pandemic. more
Those among the nearly 18,000 Arizonans living with Parkinson’s Disease can register for “New Frontiers in Research and Care,” a free educational event live on Zoom 1-2:30 p.m. … more
The 18-Hole and 9-Hole Ladies Golf Associations at Briarwood Country Club, 20800 N. 135th Ave., Sun City West, chose Soldier’s Best Friend as their holiday charity this year, for the third … more
Desert Garden United Church of Christ is inviting the community to join its team in gleaning for St. Mary’s Food Bank. For 10 weeks, from Jan. 21 through March 25, volunteers will gather at … more
Artist Jan Trisler, a Sun City resident for more than 25 years, died Nov. 14 in her home, surrounded by her family of husband George Palovich, four daughters and four granddaughters. Devoted to … more
The COP Condo HOA hosted its first holiday golf car parade Dec. 19 along West Castle Rock Drive. Residents Sharon and Ken Davis wanted to spread a little Christmas cheer, but wanted to do it … more
Sun City resident Dr. Lydia A. Woods released two new books of Christian poetry in paperback and e-book format: “Those Bible Women” and “Those Bible Characters.” Dr. Woods … more
Members of local AARP historic chapter #1 in Youngtown donated a check for $1,000 to Jesse Ramirez, founder and president of the non-profit organization Valley View Community Food Bank. The money … more
New Hope Fellowship, 19424 N. R.H. Johnson Blvd., shared the pulpit with Tyrell Platero, who told of his mission on the Navajo Indian Reservation at Broken Arrow Bible Ranch in Gallup, New … more
Linda West, a member of the Luke Greenway American Legion Post 1, and Patricia “Tish” Alicki, who is the Auxiliary Sergeant of Arms for the American Legion Post 62, are shown with donated … more
In the new year, APS will continue to offer support to customers in need during the pandemic. more
One of the missions of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution is to promote education. To accomplish this, the organization has created and made available special JROTC … more
A Dec. 12 toy drive sponsored by the Boomers and Womans clubs in Sun City West was a great success, even though restrictions caused by the need to stay distanced and masked made it a little … more
Sun City’s population had grown to more than 18,000 by 1971, and a fourth shopping center was started — the LaRonde Center, on the corner of Del Webb Boulevard and Talisman Drive. more
“Resilience, Resolution and Resolve” was this year’s mantra for the 8th annual Sun City Pink Ribbon Tournament organizers. more
I have made these cookies for the past 10 years. They are always a hit. They are bit different than gingerbread with the little hint of chocolate. Instead of rolling in plain flour, I add some … more
Jack Layman, son of David and Vicki Layman, owners of Golf 4 Less, was awarded "Player of the Year" for the First Tee of Phoenix, an international youth development organization introducing the game … more
The Independent welcomes submissions for our Dec. 23 editions. more
Sun City artist Harold Kahn is exhibiting his large-scale sheet metal pieces in the “ABSTRACT” exhibit at {9} The Gallery, a contemporary art gallery located in Phoenix’s warehouse … more
Sun City is known as the “City of Volunteers,” and one of them is Patricia “Tish” Alicki, Chapter Chaplain for the Sun City Agua Fria National Society Daughters of the … more
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