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PHOENIX (AP) — Exhausted nurses in rural Yuma, Arizona, regularly send COVID-19 patients on a long helicopter ride to Phoenix when they don't have enough staff. The so-called winter lettuce capital … more
With fiscal year 2020-21 halfway complete for the Recreation Centers of Sun City West, now comes the time to update the community. more
The Arizona Department of Health Services reported the overall number of Sun Cities COVID-19 cases at 4,114 on Jan. 15. more
PHOENIX (AP) — The pro-Trump mob that stormed the U.S. Capitol last week aimed to “capture and assassinate elected officials,” federal prosecutors said in court documents. The remarks came … more
With the start of the new year, Recreation Centers of Sun City West officials continue to rely on science for the safety of the community during the COVID-19 pandemic. more
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) — The U.S. Forest Service is scheduled to release an environmental review that will pave the way to create one of the largest copper mines in the U.S., against the wishes of a … more
The potential of a autonomous vehicle pilot program in Sun City West has come to a screeching halt. more
The Daily Independent at YourValley.net is publishing submitted photos that highlight the community and showcase Arizona’s beauty. more
Some Sun Cities residents are now eligible to get the COVID-19 vaccine, but others will have to wait. more
The community of Sun City West is filled with avid cyclists. more
As Sun Cities residents enter a new year with COVID-19 still hanging over their heads, there is more to be concerned about than health issues. more
The Arizona Department of Health Services reported the overall number of Sun Cities COVID-19 cases at 3,734 on Jan. 8. more
The Recreation Centers of Sun City West’s COVID Task Force has extended the closure of the fitness centers and indoors pools through at least Feb. 1. more
The West Valley Symphony board of directors has canceled the group’s remaining concerts for the season, due to the continued increase in COVID cases. more
Nearly every Saturday morning and some Tuesdays, residents will see Sun City West PRIDES volunteers in orange safety jackets and caps picking up litter, trimming and maintaining plants, repairing irrigation lines and raking gravel along 26 miles of Sun City West roadways. more
Excessive speed on R.H. Johnson Boulevard is a roadway of concern in Sun City West. more
The PORA Water Committee is committed to water conservation for the Sun City West community. more
The COVID pandemic had a significant impact on the entire community of Sun City West. more
In a year of uncertainty, Recreation Center of Sun City West officials continue to see a rise in membership. more
Home services are on the rise after many homeowners utilized vacation savings for home improvement. more
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