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Goodyear police seek hit-and-run driver

Hit and run in Goodyear
A Jeep struck traffic equipment and a transformer, causing a traffic signal to lose power at an intersection in Goodyear. Photo by Goodyear Police Department.

Police seek the public’s help in solving a hit and run that caused a traffic signal to lose power in Goodyear.

The incident occurred at about 4:45 p.m. June 2 in the area of Estrella Parkway and Westar Drive near Foothills Community Park.

According to the Goodyear Police Department, a vehicle was traveling north on Estrella and while attempting to turn left at Westar struck a traffic signal control box and an APS transformer. The traffic signal at the intersection lost power, police said.

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Abrazo volunteer recognized for service

ABRAZO WEST CAMPUS VOLUNTEER EAMON TREANOR stands at his greeting desk recently at the Goodyear hospital. Treanor has been recognized with the President’s Lifetime Achievement Award for volunteering more than 4,000 hours at the hospital. View photo by Jordan Christopher
ABRAZO WEST CAMPUS VOLUNTEER EAMON TREANOR stands at his greeting desk recently at the Goodyear hospital. Treanor has been recognized with the President’s Lifetime Achievement Award for volunteering more than 4,000 hours at the hospital. View photo by Jordan Christopher

West Valley man gets presidential award for 4,000 hours of work

The opportunity to help others motivates Eamon Treanor’s volunteer work at Abrazo West Campus in Goodyear.

But volunteering at the hospital for more than 4,000 hours also earned the Litchfield Park man some presidential recognition.

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USDA announces beef broth recall

The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food and Safety Inspection Service has announced a recall on beef bone broth products produced between December 21, 2016, and May 22, 2017, by Cauldron Soups LLC, doing business as Cauldron Broths, a Bellingham, Wash., establishment.

The items subject to recall are as follows:

24-ounce individual plastic pouches containing “Vital Choice Grass-Fed Beef Bone Broth” with best by dates of Jan. 15, 2018, Jan. 18, 2018, and March 28, 2018.

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For the dogs

AVA BRUCKER, left, and her mother, Buckeye Union High School English teacher Diana Brucker, work together to build raised beds for shelter dogs May 25 at the Maricopa County Animal Care & Control West Valley Care Center. To see all photos from this shoot, go to www.westvalleyview.com/pictures. View photo by Jordan Christopher
AVA BRUCKER, left, and her mother, Buckeye Union High School English teacher Diana Brucker, work together to build raised beds for shelter dogs May 25 at the Maricopa County Animal Care & Control West Valley Care Center. To see all photos from this shoot, go to www.westvalleyview.com/pictures. View photo by Jordan Christopher

West Valley volunteers assemble beds for animal shelter in Phoenix

A few more dogs at a Maricopa County animal shelter have new beds to sleep on.

Make that 65.

Volunteers from the Buckeye Union High School District helped purchase, deliver and assemble beds for dogs last month at Maricopa County Animal Care & Control.

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Litchfield District taps new leader

Julianne Lein to retire after 2017-18 school year

It’s time to get ready to say goodbye to Litchfield Elementary School District Superintendent Julianne Lein and welcome Jodi Gunning to fill her shoes.

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Avondale girl on mission to help homeless

NATASHA SPENCER, 10, of Avondale, stands behind toiletries and blankets she has collected to donate to the homeless. View photo by Jordan Christopher
NATASHA SPENCER, 10, of Avondale, stands behind toiletries and blankets she has collected to donate to the homeless. View photo by Jordan Christopher

10-year-old organizes campaign to collect blankets, supplies

A 10-year-old Avondale girl’s mission to help others is providing blankets and other supplies to the homeless with the assistance of a local group of senior citizens.

Natasha Spencer, a fourth-grader at Great Hearts Academy in Goodyear, has organized donations over the past couple of years of more than 150 blankets to the Andre House, a ministry that serves the homeless in central Phoenix.

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Goodyear man’s sentencing postponed

A Goodyear man who pleaded guilty to a double murder in Sun City Grand had his sentencing hearing postponed, according to a court official.

Andrew Lauro was scheduled to be sentenced June 5 for his involvement in the 2016 murders of Barbara Leslie and Ruth Schwed.

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This one’s for Allred

Avondale police officer rides through Virginia for fallen Tennessee sergeant

At the end of a journey is a celebration of life.

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Avondale finalist for All-America City

Award focuses on helping children toward reading success

For the second consecutive year, Avondale is among the cities that are finalists for the All-America City Award.

Avondale is one of 27 cities up for the award, which will be presented June 16 during the National Civic League convention in Denver.

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Buckeye ranked 7th-fastest growing city among peers

Buckeye is growing fast.

That statement may not be a surprise for residents of the city or even those living around it.

But a recent list from the U.S. Census Bureau ranks Buckeye as the seventh-fastest growing city in the nation among cities with populations of 50,000 or more.

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