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PEORIA, Ariz. (February 20, 2020) – Beep, a Florida-based autonomous mobility solutions company, announced today its first expansion out of the state of Florida into the city of Peoria, Ariz. The city will launch Robo Ride, a pilot program with Beep, that will begin routes on Saturday, Febru… Read more

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Gold Canyon and Apache Junction Lions are combining prides this year to present the annual premier fundraiser event, “A Masquerade Ball.” You will experience the mystery and pageantry, lights, sights and sounds produced and performed by an experienced Utah Dance Company. Read more

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Cody Arbogast came back in a big way when he returned to wrestling after a four-year hiatus and captured a first-in-state trophy in the 195 lb. weight class for Apache Junction High School, 2525 S. Ironwood Drive in Apache Junction. This is the first state championship to come out of AJHS si… Read more →

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When Danny Marshall arrived on campus in the fall as a walk-on pitcher for the No. 3 ASU baseball team, the former Queen Creek High standout, who also played the outfield in high school, never imagined he would get his first crack at playing time as an outfielder. But with hand injuries to s… Read more →

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It seems like just yesterday it was September, and we were gearing up for the winter season here in Apache Junction. As we’ve often heard many locals say, “You can tell that winter is coming, because the color of the license plates is changing,” signifying the return of our winter visitors. Read more

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School districts all over Arizona are challenged today by aging schools and inadequate funds to repair or replace them. This is a major problem for our educators and for the children they teach – and it is a violation of the Arizona Constitution, which requires the State to maintain a “gener… Read more

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Editor’s Note: We received a letter from Pinal County Assessor Douglas Wolf this week, following up on the recent thread concerning property tax exemption for veterans. The letter was received too late for readers to take action, so we requested a follow up. Both letters are included here: Read more

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