VERRADO’S KATELYN ACTON slides home with the Lady Vipers’ second run during the first inning of Thursday’s game against Desert Edge.  The Lady Vipers won the game, 3-0, running their winning streak to 13 games. View photo by Ray Thomas
VERRADO’S KATELYN ACTON slides home with the Lady Vipers’ second run during the first inning of Thursday’s game against Desert Edge. The Lady Vipers won the game, 3-0, running their winning streak to 13 games. View photo by Ray Thomas
Tuesday, April 22, 2014
Posted by Casey Pritchard
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Verrado has a good formula working right now: score early and let Morgan Brown and the defense do the rest. That’s exactly the recipe Verrado used on Thursday night against Desert Edge, tallying twice in the first inning and going on to a 3-0 victory. “Psychologically, it’s very... + continue reading
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Tuesday, April 22, 2014
Posted by West Valley View
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You wanted pets, we give you pets. With this weekly feature, readers can view profiles of adoptable cats and dogs of various shapes and sizes from Glendale’s Sun Valley Animal Shelter. Most of the animals that will have their mugs shown in this space will be canines and felines that are a... + continue reading
LISETTE BORJA 18, a student at Estrella Mountain Community College in Avondale, trains a service dog for the Foundation of Service Dog Support. View photo by David Weibel
LISETTE BORJA 18, a student at Estrella Mountain Community College in Avondale, trains a service dog for the Foundation of Service Dog Support. View photo by David Weibel
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Nathan Barba, also a student at EMCC, helps others with calculus.  View photo by David Weibel
Nathan Barba, also a student at EMCC, helps others with calculus. View photo by David Weibel
Tuesday, April 22, 2014
Posted by Rachel Trott
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Two Estrella Mountain Community College students proved it’s never too late, or too early, to go to school. Lisette Borja, 18, and Nathan Barba, 32, are both completing their associate degrees this year at the Avondale college before they begin their bachelor’s degrees with two-year... + continue reading
ANDREW CHAVERS (45) looks to throw a block for tailback Adam Tamayo last season against North Canyon. Chavers has commited to  play college football at Clark Atlanta University in the fall.
ANDREW CHAVERS (45) looks to throw a block for tailback Adam Tamayo last season against North Canyon. Chavers has commited to play college football at Clark Atlanta University in the fall.
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ANDREW CHAVERS (45) joins a host of Millennium defenders in bringing down a North ball carrier last season. Chavers has signed a scholarship to play collegiate football at Clark Atlanta University in the fall.
ANDREW CHAVERS (45) joins a host of Millennium defenders in bringing down a North ball carrier last season. Chavers has signed a scholarship to play collegiate football at Clark Atlanta University in the fall.
Tuesday, April 22, 2014
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When weighing his college options, Andrew Chavers leaned heavily on the academic aspects of the schools under consideration, while balancing that with his desire to continue playing football. “Education is important to me,” Chavers said. “I had a lot of academic scholarship... + continue reading
BELLE, an 8-month-old white African lion, bounds through her exhibit April 4 at the Wildlife World Zoo & Aquarium in Waddell. View photo by David Weibel
BELLE, an 8-month-old white African lion, bounds through her exhibit April 4 at the Wildlife World Zoo & Aquarium in Waddell. View photo by David Weibel
Tuesday, April 22, 2014
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West Valley zoo welcomes rare predator by Jeannette Cruz special to the View The Wildlife World Zoo & Aquarium and Safari Park is now home to several new and exciting animals including three olive baboons, two African jackals and the Southwest’s only white African lion. The zoo... + continue reading
VERRADO’S KATELYN ACTON slides home with the Lady Vipers’ second run during the first inning of Thursday’s game against Desert Edge.  The Lady Vipers won the game, 3-0, running their winning streak to 13 games. View photo by Ray Thomas
VERRADO’S KATELYN ACTON slides home with the Lady Vipers’ second run during the first inning of Thursday’s game against Desert Edge. The Lady Vipers won the game, 3-0, running their winning streak to 13 games. View photo by Ray Thomas
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LISETTE BORJA 18, a student at Estrella Mountain Community College in Avondale, trains a service dog for the Foundation of Service Dog Support. View photo by David Weibel
LISETTE BORJA 18, a student at Estrella Mountain Community College in Avondale, trains a service dog for the Foundation of Service Dog Support. View photo by David Weibel
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Nathan Barba, also a student at EMCC, helps others with calculus.  View photo by David Weibel
Nathan Barba, also a student at EMCC, helps others with calculus. View photo by David Weibel
ANDREW CHAVERS (45) looks to throw a block for tailback Adam Tamayo last season against North Canyon. Chavers has commited to  play college football at Clark Atlanta University in the fall.
ANDREW CHAVERS (45) looks to throw a block for tailback Adam Tamayo last season against North Canyon. Chavers has commited to play college football at Clark Atlanta University in the fall.
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ANDREW CHAVERS (45) joins a host of Millennium defenders in bringing down a North ball carrier last season. Chavers has signed a scholarship to play collegiate football at Clark Atlanta University in the fall.
ANDREW CHAVERS (45) joins a host of Millennium defenders in bringing down a North ball carrier last season. Chavers has signed a scholarship to play collegiate football at Clark Atlanta University in the fall.
BELLE, an 8-month-old white African lion, bounds through her exhibit April 4 at the Wildlife World Zoo & Aquarium in Waddell. View photo by David Weibel
BELLE, an 8-month-old white African lion, bounds through her exhibit April 4 at the Wildlife World Zoo & Aquarium in Waddell. View photo by David Weibel

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You wanted pets, we give you pets. With this weekly feature, readers can view profiles of adoptable cats and dogs of various shapes and sizes from Glendale’s Sun Valley Animal Shelter. Most... + continue reading

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Results Baseball April 17 Agua Fria 6, Westview 3 Jordan Burnett had two of the Owls’ four hits, including a double, and he drove in two runs. Bobby Bustos pitched a complete-game eight-... + continue reading
ANDREW CHAVERS (45) looks to throw a block for tailback Adam Tamayo last season against North Canyon. Chavers has commited to  play college football at Clark Atlanta University in the fall.
ANDREW CHAVERS (45) looks to throw a block for tailback Adam Tamayo last season against North Canyon. Chavers has commited to play college football at Clark Atlanta University in the fall.
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ANDREW CHAVERS (45) joins a host of Millennium defenders in bringing down a North ball carrier last season. Chavers has signed a scholarship to play collegiate football at Clark Atlanta University in the fall.
ANDREW CHAVERS (45) joins a host of Millennium defenders in bringing down a North ball carrier last season. Chavers has signed a scholarship to play collegiate football at Clark Atlanta University in the fall.
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VERRADO’S SARAH TIMOTHY hits a forehand return Thursday against Agua Fria. The Lady Vipers won the match, 5-4, drawing closer to the section championship. View photo by Ray Thomas
VERRADO’S SARAH TIMOTHY hits a forehand return Thursday against Agua Fria. The Lady Vipers won the match, 5-4, drawing closer to the section championship. View photo by Ray Thomas
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VERRADO’S KATELYN ACTON slides home with the Lady Vipers’ second run during the first inning of Thursday’s game against Desert Edge.  The Lady Vipers won the game, 3-0, running their winning streak to 13 games. View photo by Ray Thomas
VERRADO’S KATELYN ACTON slides home with the Lady Vipers’ second run during the first inning of Thursday’s game against Desert Edge. The Lady Vipers won the game, 3-0, running their winning streak to 13 games. View photo by Ray Thomas
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Joni Anderson Joni Anderson, 59, of Phoenix died April 16, 2014, in Goodyear. Mrs. Anderson was born Aug. 3, 1954, in Colorado Springs, Colo., to Ida Herring. She moved to Arizona in 1980. She is... + continue reading