SAMANTHA SMITH, middle, of Youngker runs for the ball between a pair of River Valley defenders during a January matchup. The Lady Roughriders advanced past the first round of the Division IV state tournament, but were dealt a 10-0 loss in the quarterfinals by Anthem Prep. View photo by Mike Rincon
SAMANTHA SMITH, middle, of Youngker runs for the ball between a pair of River Valley defenders during a January matchup. The Lady Roughriders advanced past the first round of the Division IV state tournament, but were dealt a 10-0 loss in the quarterfinals by Anthem Prep. View photo by Mike Rincon
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Lady Roughriders can’t overcome 1st-half deficit, but looking forward to the future by Rafael Alvarez special to the View Coming off a close win against Pueblo Magnet, No. 5 Youngker was hoping to come out with another win in the Division IV state quarterfinals. However, No. 4 Anthem Prep... + continue reading
HALEE YEAGER, 4, of Estrella Foothills fends off Moon Valley’s Ashley Delgado, who comes in for a slide tackle Feb. 2. The Lady Wolves won both of their Division III playoff games last week, making it to the state semifinals.  View photo by Mike Rincon
HALEE YEAGER, 4, of Estrella Foothills fends off Moon Valley’s Ashley Delgado, who comes in for a slide tackle Feb. 2. The Lady Wolves won both of their Division III playoff games last week, making it to the state semifinals. View photo by Mike Rincon
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Estrella Foothills has four state championships to its name in girls soccer, and the Lady Wolves are looking to add another one this season. Sixth-seeded Estrella knocked off defending champion, No. 3 Tucson Walden Grove, 4-2 in penalty kicks during the Division III state quarterfinals Feb. 6.... + continue reading
MANUEL RUIZ, 11, of Buckeye runs down a ball against Odyssey Prep Jan. 25. Ruiz scored nine goals in the opening round of the Division IV state tournament, and got another one in the quarterfinals, helping the Hawks beat Paradise Honors and advance to the semifinals. View photo by Mike Rincon
MANUEL RUIZ, 11, of Buckeye runs down a ball against Odyssey Prep Jan. 25. Ruiz scored nine goals in the opening round of the Division IV state tournament, and got another one in the quarterfinals, helping the Hawks beat Paradise Honors and advance to the semifinals. View photo by Mike Rincon
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Buckeye scoring at will against first 2 opponents It had been a long time since Buckeye’s boys soccer team made the state tournament, but the Hawks are making the most of the opportunity now that they’re back. Buckeye’s first two playoff games since 2009 both resulted in wins... + continue reading
THE FRASER FAMILY of Buckeye — Bo, Bella, Bob, Brody, Blaise and Brynn — shops for a cause Jan. 31 at Bashas’ in the Verrado community in Buckeye. Summit Community Church members participated in the inaugural Clear the Shelves event, a challenge to completely buy out the store and donate everything to the Phoenix Rescue Mission. View photo by Ray Thomas
THE FRASER FAMILY of Buckeye — Bo, Bella, Bob, Brody, Blaise and Brynn — shops for a cause Jan. 31 at Bashas’ in the Verrado community in Buckeye. Summit Community Church members participated in the inaugural Clear the Shelves event, a challenge to completely buy out the store and donate everything to the Phoenix Rescue Mission. View photo by Ray Thomas
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Members buy 16,000 lbs. of food for Phoenix Rescue Mission When members arrived at Summit Community Church in Buckeye for a recent Sunday service, they didn’t know where the worship would lead them. As a surprise event, church leaders asked their members to join them in clearing the... + continue reading
ARTIST MIKE GREENFIELD works with his stone and bronze sculptures Feb. 4 in his Goodyear home. Greenfield will be one of the artists at the Wigwam Festival of Fine Art Saturday and Sunday in Litchfield Park. View photos by Jordan Christopher
ARTIST MIKE GREENFIELD works with his stone and bronze sculptures Feb. 4 in his Goodyear home. Greenfield will be one of the artists at the Wigwam Festival of Fine Art Saturday and Sunday in Litchfield Park. View photos by Jordan Christopher
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Goodyear artist known for stone sculptures Art is three-dimensional for Mike Greenfield, who creates artwork out of stone. The Goodyear man will be showing and selling his stone and bronze sculptures this weekend at the Wigwam Festival of Fine Art in Litchfield Park. Greenfield started exploring... + continue reading
SAMANTHA SMITH, middle, of Youngker runs for the ball between a pair of River Valley defenders during a January matchup. The Lady Roughriders advanced past the first round of the Division IV state tournament, but were dealt a 10-0 loss in the quarterfinals by Anthem Prep. View photo by Mike Rincon
SAMANTHA SMITH, middle, of Youngker runs for the ball between a pair of River Valley defenders during a January matchup. The Lady Roughriders advanced past the first round of the Division IV state tournament, but were dealt a 10-0 loss in the quarterfinals by Anthem Prep. View photo by Mike Rincon
HALEE YEAGER, 4, of Estrella Foothills fends off Moon Valley’s Ashley Delgado, who comes in for a slide tackle Feb. 2. The Lady Wolves won both of their Division III playoff games last week, making it to the state semifinals.  View photo by Mike Rincon
HALEE YEAGER, 4, of Estrella Foothills fends off Moon Valley’s Ashley Delgado, who comes in for a slide tackle Feb. 2. The Lady Wolves won both of their Division III playoff games last week, making it to the state semifinals. View photo by Mike Rincon
MANUEL RUIZ, 11, of Buckeye runs down a ball against Odyssey Prep Jan. 25. Ruiz scored nine goals in the opening round of the Division IV state tournament, and got another one in the quarterfinals, helping the Hawks beat Paradise Honors and advance to the semifinals. View photo by Mike Rincon
MANUEL RUIZ, 11, of Buckeye runs down a ball against Odyssey Prep Jan. 25. Ruiz scored nine goals in the opening round of the Division IV state tournament, and got another one in the quarterfinals, helping the Hawks beat Paradise Honors and advance to the semifinals. View photo by Mike Rincon
THE FRASER FAMILY of Buckeye — Bo, Bella, Bob, Brody, Blaise and Brynn — shops for a cause Jan. 31 at Bashas’ in the Verrado community in Buckeye. Summit Community Church members participated in the inaugural Clear the Shelves event, a challenge to completely buy out the store and donate everything to the Phoenix Rescue Mission. View photo by Ray Thomas
THE FRASER FAMILY of Buckeye — Bo, Bella, Bob, Brody, Blaise and Brynn — shops for a cause Jan. 31 at Bashas’ in the Verrado community in Buckeye. Summit Community Church members participated in the inaugural Clear the Shelves event, a challenge to completely buy out the store and donate everything to the Phoenix Rescue Mission. View photo by Ray Thomas
ARTIST MIKE GREENFIELD works with his stone and bronze sculptures Feb. 4 in his Goodyear home. Greenfield will be one of the artists at the Wigwam Festival of Fine Art Saturday and Sunday in Litchfield Park. View photos by Jordan Christopher
ARTIST MIKE GREENFIELD works with his stone and bronze sculptures Feb. 4 in his Goodyear home. Greenfield will be one of the artists at the Wigwam Festival of Fine Art Saturday and Sunday in Litchfield Park. View photos by Jordan Christopher

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A 76-year-old man died after his golf cart was hit by a car Wednesday afternoon near Pebble Creek Parkway and Clubhouse Drive in Goodyear, officials said. Firefighters responded to the scene at... + continue reading
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Police are looking for a suspect accused of depositing $30,000 in fraudulent checks around the Valley, including Avondale.
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THE FRASER FAMILY of Buckeye — Bo, Bella, Bob, Brody, Blaise and Brynn — shops for a cause Jan. 31 at Bashas’ in the Verrado community in Buckeye. Summit Community Church members participated in the inaugural Clear the Shelves event, a challenge to completely buy out the store and donate everything to the Phoenix Rescue Mission. View photo by Ray Thomas
THE FRASER FAMILY of Buckeye — Bo, Bella, Bob, Brody, Blaise and Brynn — shops for a cause Jan. 31 at Bashas’ in the Verrado community in Buckeye. Summit Community Church members participated in the inaugural Clear the Shelves event, a challenge to completely buy out the store and donate everything to the Phoenix Rescue Mission. View photo by Ray Thomas
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TWO RED FOXES SQUABBLE Jan. 20 at the new Adventure-land addition at the Wildlife World Zoo, Aquarium & Safari Park in Waddell. Adventure-land includes a Mexican cantina and several rides. View photo by Jordan Christopher
TWO RED FOXES SQUABBLE Jan. 20 at the new Adventure-land addition at the Wildlife World Zoo, Aquarium & Safari Park in Waddell. Adventure-land includes a Mexican cantina and several rides. View photo by Jordan Christopher
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SAMANTHA SMITH, middle, of Youngker runs for the ball between a pair of River Valley defenders during a January matchup. The Lady Roughriders advanced past the first round of the Division IV state tournament, but were dealt a 10-0 loss in the quarterfinals by Anthem Prep. View photo by Mike Rincon
SAMANTHA SMITH, middle, of Youngker runs for the ball between a pair of River Valley defenders during a January matchup. The Lady Roughriders advanced past the first round of the Division IV state tournament, but were dealt a 10-0 loss in the quarterfinals by Anthem Prep. View photo by Mike Rincon
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Lady Roughriders can’t overcome 1st-half deficit, but looking forward to the future by Rafael Alvarez special to the View Coming off a close win against Pueblo Magnet, No. 5 Youngker was... + continue reading
GRIFFIN ROEHLER, left, of Agua Fria signs his national letter of intent to kick for Northern Arizona University Feb. 3, while his coach at Agua Fria, Tony Cluff, looks on. Roehler was the Owls’ place kicker for the last three years, making 20 of 31 field goals and 99 of 109 extra points. View photo by Jordan Christopher
GRIFFIN ROEHLER, left, of Agua Fria signs his national letter of intent to kick for Northern Arizona University Feb. 3, while his coach at Agua Fria, Tony Cluff, looks on. Roehler was the Owls’ place kicker for the last three years, making 20 of 31 field goals and 99 of 109 extra points. View photo by Jordan Christopher
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EMMANUEL RAYAS, left, of Tolleson kicks the ball against a Pinnacle defender during a December matchup. The Wolverines pulled an upset in the first round of the Division I state playoffs, beating Mesa 1-0, but couldn’t repeat the performance and fell to Gilbert in the quarterfinals 5-1. View photo by Ray Thomas
EMMANUEL RAYAS, left, of Tolleson kicks the ball against a Pinnacle defender during a December matchup. The Wolverines pulled an upset in the first round of the Division I state playoffs, beating Mesa 1-0, but couldn’t repeat the performance and fell to Gilbert in the quarterfinals 5-1. View photo by Ray Thomas
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Dennis L. Campbell Dennis L. Campbell, 71, formerly of Avondale died Dec. 10, 2015. Mr. Campbell was the son of Fred Campbell and Louise Manning Campbell. He attended Avondale Elementary School... + continue reading
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