FIREFIGHTERS FROM MULTIPLE CITIES, including Avondale, El Mirage, Glendale, Phoenix, Sun City, Surprise and Tolleson, respond to a mulch fire near El Mirage Saturday night. The fire, which covered the West Valley in smoke, is expected to burn all week.
FIREFIGHTERS FROM MULTIPLE CITIES, including Avondale, El Mirage, Glendale, Phoenix, Sun City, Surprise and Tolleson, respond to a mulch fire near El Mirage Saturday night. The fire, which covered the West Valley in smoke, is expected to burn all week.
Tuesday, November 25, 2014
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Smoke continued to cover the West Valley Monday morning as a massive mulch fire simmered on county land near El Mirage. The fire started sometime Saturday night on a business property near Butler Drive and Dysart Road, said Colin Williams, a spokesman for Rural/Metro Corp. “There’s 20... + continue reading
Tuesday, November 25, 2014
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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
CHAD BROADBENT, left, interprets for Principal Zhao Yan Guo of China as Tonopah Valley High School Principal Edgar Garcia holds the microphone Monday morning during an assembly at the West Valley school.  View photo by Charity Yodis
CHAD BROADBENT, left, interprets for Principal Zhao Yan Guo of China as Tonopah Valley High School Principal Edgar Garcia holds the microphone Monday morning during an assembly at the West Valley school. View photo by Charity Yodis
Friday, November 21, 2014
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Tonopah Valley High School welcomed Principal Zhao Yan Guo this week. The school principal flew more than 16 hours from northern China to participate in an administrators exchange program. The program is part of The China Exchange Initiative, which was founded in 1999 to further American student... + continue reading
SAYLAIR GRANDON of Westview plays defense during last year’s Division I state championship game. Grandon, who averaged 11.3 points per game last season, is one of the Lady Knights’ key returnees.
SAYLAIR GRANDON of Westview plays defense during last year’s Division I state championship game. Grandon, who averaged 11.3 points per game last season, is one of the Lady Knights’ key returnees.
Friday, November 21, 2014
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7 seniors gone from state runner-up team For the second time in the last eight years, Westview’s girls basketball team again tasted defeat in the Division I state championship game in 2014. The sixth-seeded Lady Knights fell to Phoenix Desert Vista in the final, 53-37. Westview’s... + continue reading
ARI FLORES of Millennium tries to win a 50-50 ball against Liberty last season. Flores, a senior, is one of the veteran Lady Tiger soccer players.
ARI FLORES of Millennium tries to win a 50-50 ball against Liberty last season. Flores, a senior, is one of the veteran Lady Tiger soccer players.
Friday, November 21, 2014
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Millennium’s girls soccer team will look to advance past the first round of the Division I playoffs with some new faces on the squad for the 2014-15 season. “We lost a decent size senior group, and a keeper,” Millennium coach John Shalongo said. “It’s one of those... + continue reading
FIREFIGHTERS FROM MULTIPLE CITIES, including Avondale, El Mirage, Glendale, Phoenix, Sun City, Surprise and Tolleson, respond to a mulch fire near El Mirage Saturday night. The fire, which covered the West Valley in smoke, is expected to burn all week.
FIREFIGHTERS FROM MULTIPLE CITIES, including Avondale, El Mirage, Glendale, Phoenix, Sun City, Surprise and Tolleson, respond to a mulch fire near El Mirage Saturday night. The fire, which covered the West Valley in smoke, is expected to burn all week.
CHAD BROADBENT, left, interprets for Principal Zhao Yan Guo of China as Tonopah Valley High School Principal Edgar Garcia holds the microphone Monday morning during an assembly at the West Valley school.  View photo by Charity Yodis
CHAD BROADBENT, left, interprets for Principal Zhao Yan Guo of China as Tonopah Valley High School Principal Edgar Garcia holds the microphone Monday morning during an assembly at the West Valley school. View photo by Charity Yodis
SAYLAIR GRANDON of Westview plays defense during last year’s Division I state championship game. Grandon, who averaged 11.3 points per game last season, is one of the Lady Knights’ key returnees.
SAYLAIR GRANDON of Westview plays defense during last year’s Division I state championship game. Grandon, who averaged 11.3 points per game last season, is one of the Lady Knights’ key returnees.
ARI FLORES of Millennium tries to win a 50-50 ball against Liberty last season. Flores, a senior, is one of the veteran Lady Tiger soccer players.
ARI FLORES of Millennium tries to win a 50-50 ball against Liberty last season. Flores, a senior, is one of the veteran Lady Tiger soccer players.

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Lost and Found LOST DOGS. 2 male Border Collies. Last seen Avondale Blvd/ Whyman. REWARD!! 623-986-8391 LOST: Tennis bracelet at Fry's on Yuma. November 20th. REWARD! 623-455-3518... + continue reading
FIREFIGHTERS FROM MULTIPLE CITIES, including Avondale, El Mirage, Glendale, Phoenix, Sun City, Surprise and Tolleson, respond to a mulch fire near El Mirage Saturday night. The fire, which covered the West Valley in smoke, is expected to burn all week.
FIREFIGHTERS FROM MULTIPLE CITIES, including Avondale, El Mirage, Glendale, Phoenix, Sun City, Surprise and Tolleson, respond to a mulch fire near El Mirage Saturday night. The fire, which covered the West Valley in smoke, is expected to burn all week.
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BYRON YOUNG , middle, of La Joya goes up for a shot between a pair of Centennial players last December. Young averaged 2.5 points per game last year as the Lobos went 15-7. View photo by Ray Thomas
BYRON YOUNG , middle, of La Joya goes up for a shot between a pair of Centennial players last December. Young averaged 2.5 points per game last year as the Lobos went 15-7. View photo by Ray Thomas
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La Joya’s boys basketball season fell just short of the team’s goal a year ago. The Lobos finished 15-7 last year, 7-4 in Division II, Section 3 play, and were kept out of the state... + continue reading
QUYNNE HUGGINS of Millennium goes up for a shot against Tolleson last season. Huggins signed a national letter of intent to play collegiately at Utah Valley University.  View photo by Ray Thomas
QUYNNE HUGGINS of Millennium goes up for a shot against Tolleson last season. Huggins signed a national letter of intent to play collegiately at Utah Valley University. View photo by Ray Thomas
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BRYNN HOLDERBAUM of Verrado chases after the ball during the Division II state championship game in February. Holderbaum was one of the Lady Vipers’ top scorers last season.  View photo by Ray Thomas
BRYNN HOLDERBAUM of Verrado chases after the ball during the Division II state championship game in February. Holderbaum was one of the Lady Vipers’ top scorers last season. View photo by Ray Thomas
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Robert ‘Bob’ Tillman Shuler Robert “Bob” Tillman Shuler, 87, of Springfield, Ore., and formerly of Litchfield Park died Oct. 27, 2014, in Springfield. Ore., from cancer. Mr... + continue reading