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Federal authorities are seeking the public’s help in spreading the word about a series of saguaro cactus thefts in the Apache Junction area. Saguaro cacti are a protected species in Arizona. No part of the cactus may be removed without a permit. Read more

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Imagine Prep Superstition’s head wrestling coach was named the 2019-2020 Canyon Athletic Association (CAA) wrestling coach of the year for the second year in a row. The CAA wanted to recognize this momentous achievement, as well as his inspirational work as a coach. Read more →

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Never been to a comic con? Well, this is your chance! The Apache Junction Public Library has an exciting day of free events for the whole family! Meet your favorites, such as Star Wars, superheroes, Ghostbusters and princesses. Experience the United Zombies of America’s Zombie Attack Game, i… Read more →

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Thanks for your very informative online article showing local and Phoenix Metro events cancelled or postponed because of the virus. I was surprised to find that it was much better than the information provided on the websites of our major TV networks. The information regarding the COVID-19 V… Read more

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We’ve paid insurance premiums to American Reliable Company (Adams Agency and Diamond State) for 18 years for our home. In July and August we were on vacation for 5 weeks, when we got a call from Arizona Water Company on 8/6/19 saying we had very high usage. We found 640,000 gallons went over… Read more

In Memory of Ed Barker - Sadly missed along life's way, quietl…