With a pending cut in water to the Valley in the coming months, this is a good year for a city to update its drought preparedness plan and Surprise officials realized the city’s document needed more than a minor change.
For the second straight week, Dysart football enjoyed being the hammer.
Injuries Sept. 10 at Glendale Prep caused the Demons to cycle through three different primary running backs. Eight different Dysart players had a carry and a physical offensive line gave them room to run in a 39-18 victory.
The Surprise Parks and Recreation Department is accepting entries from clubs, organizations, groups and residents who want to participate in the city’s Fifth Annual Veterans Day Parade to honor those who have bravely served the country.