Valley Voices: May 2
From left, Glendale Police Chief St. John, City Manager Kevin Phelps and Glendale Mayor Jerry Weiers each spoke at a news conference, Friday, March 23, announcing the police department will be placing a school resource officer at each of the city’s nine public high schools. [Bette Sharpe/Special to Independent Newsmedia]
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Glendale will not accrue any new cost in its new program to place a full-time school resource officer in all nine of its public high schools, a project which will cost about $1.4 million annually.
Very grateful for Officer James Calderon at Mountain Ridge High School. — Michele Duncan Nichols
THERE’S A NEED
Much needed addition to MRHS! — Alice Huber
Mustangs on the run
In their first-round baseball playoff win over Cottonwood Mingus, the Sunrise Mountain Mustangs stole 17 bases in one game.
LOT OF THEFTS
That’s a lot of stolen bases. — @verenacrawford8
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