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04
Jul
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Summer slide belongs on the playground

Roger Freemanby Roger Freeman
Littleton Elementary School District superintendent

Tue
24
Jun
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Winners, chat and more

by John Safin

Southwest Valley Chamber of Commerce president/CEO

Tue
24
Jun
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Avondale comes together to talk education

by Kenneth Weise

Avondale mayor

Nearly 100 participants from education, government, nonprofit and other sectors convened in early June at Avondale’s second Annual Education Summit: A Community Conversation on After-School Opportunities.

Tue
10
Jun
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Get in the swim of water safety

by Wally Campbell

Goodyear city councilwoman

Swimming and other water activities are a great way to beat the Arizona summer heat. To ensure these activities remain fun and enjoyable, it is important to review basic safety tips to keep you and your family safe.

Teaching your children how to swim is a valuable lifelong skill that will allow them to better enjoy water activities and could potentially even save their life. The city of Goodyear offers swim lessons for children ages 3 to 18 throughout the summer.

Fri
30
May
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It’s the community’s chamber

by John Safin

Southwest Valley Chamber of Commerce president and CEO

Tue
29
Apr
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Creating win-win for Litchfield Park

David Ellisby David Ellis

Former Litchfield Park Planning and Zoning Commission chairman

I am writing this article to share with you my thoughts on the recent General Plan amendments that have been proposed by the JDM partnership.

Tue
22
Apr
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Graduates: Get ready for life

by John Safin

Southwest Valley Chamber of Commerce president/CEO

Tue
22
Apr
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Do JDM’s proposals benefit Litchfield?

by Laura Bierl

Former Litchfield Park city councilwoman

My husband and I attended the meetings that JDM Partners (the Wigwam owners) held at the Wigwam April 10 and Tuesday. I would like to share some information with you about what was said, and not said.

Fri
18
Apr
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Creativity, healthy eating on a budget go hand in hand

Consumers can expect to pay more for certain fruits and vegetables at the grocery store thanks to the drought California is experiencing.

That’s the word from Professor Timothy Richards of the W.P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University.

Richards recently completed research on which crops will be most affected by the drought and how much more people can expect to pay for those crops.

Fri
11
Apr
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Volunteers are lifeblood of Avondale

by Marie Lopez Rogers

Avondale mayor

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