NATASHA TOMLINSON of Phoenix, right, hands Marnie Cooley of Youngtown a slip of paper with the name of a charity last February during a 100+ Women Who Care meeting in Avondale. View photo by Ray Thomas
NATASHA TOMLINSON of Phoenix, right, hands Marnie Cooley of Youngtown a slip of paper with the name of a charity last February during a 100+ Women Who Care meeting in Avondale. View photo by Ray Thomas
Wednesday, April 26, 2017
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100+ Women Who Care expands to the West Valley There’s a new group of women in town, a group of women who care. They’re part of the 100+ Women Who Care organization, Valley of the Sun Chapter. The new West Valley chapter is dedicated to helping the community with donations going... + continue reading
HAILEY RAIO of Verrado follows through on a swing during the first inning of Verrado’s home game against Desert Edge April 24. Raio hit a two-run, walk-off home run in the bottom of the seventh to propel the Lady Vipers to a 6-4 victory against the Lady Scorpions. View photo by Mike Rincon
HAILEY RAIO of Verrado follows through on a swing during the first inning of Verrado’s home game against Desert Edge April 24. Raio hit a two-run, walk-off home run in the bottom of the seventh to propel the Lady Vipers to a 6-4 victory against the Lady Scorpions. View photo by Mike Rincon
Wednesday, April 26, 2017
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Hailey Raio's blast propels Lady Vipers to 6-4 win Verrado softball ended the regular season in style Monday. Down to its last out and trailing by a run against rival Desert Edge, the Lady Vipers produced consecutive hits to tie and then win the game. Hailey Raio's two-run walk-off home... + continue reading
BRADY BULGER, left, of Verrado takes a throw at second base April 21 at Verrado as Desert Edge’s Roman Yerian slides in. The Vipers beat the Scorpions 4-1 to win the 5A Desert West Region title. View photo by Ray Thomas
BRADY BULGER, left, of Verrado takes a throw at second base April 21 at Verrado as Desert Edge’s Roman Yerian slides in. The Vipers beat the Scorpions 4-1 to win the 5A Desert West Region title. View photo by Ray Thomas
Wednesday, April 26, 2017
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Pair of 2-run innings pave way to Verrado’s 4-1 victory Verrado punctuated its remarkable season April 21 by winning the 5A Desert West Region title with a 4-1 victory over Desert Edge. The Vipers wiggled out of a fifth-inning jam, added a pair of insurance runs in the bottom of the frame... + continue reading
A single propeller plane sits in a field after crashing south of MC85 between Sarival Avenue and Cotton Lane this morning in Goodyear. The pilot walked away from the crash.  View photo by Jordan Christopher
A single propeller plane sits in a field after crashing south of MC85 between Sarival Avenue and Cotton Lane this morning in Goodyear. The pilot walked away from the crash. View photo by Jordan Christopher
Thursday, April 20, 2017
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A pilot walked away from the crash landing of a small plane this morning in Goodyear. The single-engine prop plane out of Phoenix Goodyear Airport made what authorities described as a “hard crash landing” at 7:30 a.m. about 200 feet south of MC85 between Sarival Avenue and Cotton Lane... + continue reading
MILLENNIUM HIGH SCHOOL senior Isaac Charcos, front, and junior Ryan Chou work a math problem on a white board Feb. 24 at the Goodyear school. Charcos and Chou got perfect scores on the math portion of the ACT and SAT, respectively. View photo by Jordan Christopher
MILLENNIUM HIGH SCHOOL senior Isaac Charcos, front, and junior Ryan Chou work a math problem on a white board Feb. 24 at the Goodyear school. Charcos and Chou got perfect scores on the math portion of the ACT and SAT, respectively. View photo by Jordan Christopher
Wednesday, April 19, 2017
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Millennium students continue to ace math tests Millennium High School might have to start a new club soon — the Perfect Math Score Club. The two latest inductees would be senior Isaac Charcos, 17, and junior Ryan Chou, 16, who recently earned perfect scores on the math portion of the ACT... + continue reading
NATASHA TOMLINSON of Phoenix, right, hands Marnie Cooley of Youngtown a slip of paper with the name of a charity last February during a 100+ Women Who Care meeting in Avondale. View photo by Ray Thomas
NATASHA TOMLINSON of Phoenix, right, hands Marnie Cooley of Youngtown a slip of paper with the name of a charity last February during a 100+ Women Who Care meeting in Avondale. View photo by Ray Thomas
HAILEY RAIO of Verrado follows through on a swing during the first inning of Verrado’s home game against Desert Edge April 24. Raio hit a two-run, walk-off home run in the bottom of the seventh to propel the Lady Vipers to a 6-4 victory against the Lady Scorpions. View photo by Mike Rincon
HAILEY RAIO of Verrado follows through on a swing during the first inning of Verrado’s home game against Desert Edge April 24. Raio hit a two-run, walk-off home run in the bottom of the seventh to propel the Lady Vipers to a 6-4 victory against the Lady Scorpions. View photo by Mike Rincon
BRADY BULGER, left, of Verrado takes a throw at second base April 21 at Verrado as Desert Edge’s Roman Yerian slides in. The Vipers beat the Scorpions 4-1 to win the 5A Desert West Region title. View photo by Ray Thomas
BRADY BULGER, left, of Verrado takes a throw at second base April 21 at Verrado as Desert Edge’s Roman Yerian slides in. The Vipers beat the Scorpions 4-1 to win the 5A Desert West Region title. View photo by Ray Thomas
A single propeller plane sits in a field after crashing south of MC85 between Sarival Avenue and Cotton Lane this morning in Goodyear. The pilot walked away from the crash.  View photo by Jordan Christopher
A single propeller plane sits in a field after crashing south of MC85 between Sarival Avenue and Cotton Lane this morning in Goodyear. The pilot walked away from the crash. View photo by Jordan Christopher
MILLENNIUM HIGH SCHOOL senior Isaac Charcos, front, and junior Ryan Chou work a math problem on a white board Feb. 24 at the Goodyear school. Charcos and Chou got perfect scores on the math portion of the ACT and SAT, respectively. View photo by Jordan Christopher
MILLENNIUM HIGH SCHOOL senior Isaac Charcos, front, and junior Ryan Chou work a math problem on a white board Feb. 24 at the Goodyear school. Charcos and Chou got perfect scores on the math portion of the ACT and SAT, respectively. View photo by Jordan Christopher

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Goodyear police arrested a man April 21 for allegedly using a stun gun on his son, according to a release. Darryl Ingram, 49 of Goodyear was taken into custody for child abuse of his 11-year-old son... + continue reading
NATASHA TOMLINSON of Phoenix, right, hands Marnie Cooley of Youngtown a slip of paper with the name of a charity last February during a 100+ Women Who Care meeting in Avondale. View photo by Ray Thomas
NATASHA TOMLINSON of Phoenix, right, hands Marnie Cooley of Youngtown a slip of paper with the name of a charity last February during a 100+ Women Who Care meeting in Avondale. View photo by Ray Thomas
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ROB JESIONOWSKI of Estrella Foothills throws a pitch during the Wolves’ home game against Buckeye April 20. Estrella scored a run in the bottom of the seventh without the benefit of a hit to beat the Hawks 4-3. View photo by Ray Thomas
ROB JESIONOWSKI of Estrella Foothills throws a pitch during the Wolves’ home game against Buckeye April 20. Estrella scored a run in the bottom of the seventh without the benefit of a hit to beat the Hawks 4-3. View photo by Ray Thomas
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Wild pitch scores game-winning run in bottom of 7th With the 4A Southwest Region title on the line, Estrella Foothills was gifted a run in the bottom of the seventh on a bases-loaded wild pitch,... + continue reading
MAXIMO LAWLOR of Millennium hits a forehand during the 2015 state tournament. Lawlor and his doubles partner, Austin Todd, are the No. 1 seed in the 6A doubles tournament and have advanced to the third round. View photo
MAXIMO LAWLOR of Millennium hits a forehand during the 2015 state tournament. Lawlor and his doubles partner, Austin Todd, are the No. 1 seed in the 6A doubles tournament and have advanced to the third round. View photo
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Connor Joseph Moore makes dean’s list Connor Joseph Moore of Goodyear was named to University of Oklahoma’s dean’s list for the fall 2016 semester. To be eligible for the dean... + continue reading

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Community Notes are published as space permits. The View runs these items free of charge as a service to the community and puts as many into each newspaper as possible. If you have a notice that must... + continue reading

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Billie Anderson Billie Anderson, 88, of Litchfield Park died April 2, 2017, at the La Loma Care Center in Litchfield Park. She was born in May 1928 in Thermopolis, Wyo., and grew up in Wyoming and... + continue reading
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