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  After winning its first two 8-man football games, Imagine Prep-Superstition suffered its first defeat of the season on Sept. 14, as the Panthers traveled to Phoenix and dropped a 30-28 decision to Madison Highland Prep.

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Apache Junction won its first power point volleyball match of the season on Tuesday (Sept. 10), as the Lady Prospectors swept visiting Casa Grande Vista Grande 25-17, 25-13, 26-24.

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TEMPE (Cronkite News) – Monday afternoon, Arizona State football coach Herm Edwards said, “I like that kid,” when talking about true freshman starting quarterback Jayden Daniels. And in Thursday night’s season opening 30-7 victory over Kent State University, everybody could see why.

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Apache Junction boys golf showed gradual improvement over its first three meets of the season. The Prospectors shot a team-low 54 while defeating McClintock and Tempe.

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PHOENIX — Out-of-state residents wishing to legally ride their off-highway vehicle and support OHV trail maintenance, education and law enforcement efforts in Arizona can purchase a nonresident OHV decal beginning Sunday, Sept. 1.

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In the first quarter of Friday’s high school football opener between Apache Junction and Phoenix North Canyon, the Prospectors torched the Rattler secondary three times with the same play.

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VERMILION CLIFFS, Ariz. – This year has proven exciting for California Condors in Arizona and Utah with the milestone hatching of the 1,000th condor at Zion National Park, but the excitement is far from over as the 23rd annual public condor release is scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 28.

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The Arizona Game and Fish Department placed an orphaned three-week old deer fawn with Bearizona on Thursday after its mother was recently struck and killed by a vehicle in the Safford area.

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PHOENIX (Cronkite News)— Professional basketball returned to its roots near the heart of Phoenix Wednesday when the Phoenix Mercury announced that they will play their home games during the 2020 season at Arizona Veterans Memorial Coliseum as Talking Stick Resort Arena undergoes a $230-milli…

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FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. — Twenty Flagstaff-area mule deer are at the forefront of a three-year study that will help the Arizona Game and Fish Department analyze movement patterns and guide management strategies aimed at conserving mule deer migration corridors and providing guidance for preventing …

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In a battle against a moving vehicle, a Sonoran desert tortoise is most certain to lose every time. While “Charlie,” a 20-plus-year-old tortoise, escaped with its life in this instance – albeit with a damaged shell that has now healed – it’s now well enough to be adopted into a forever home.

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On assignment in late May of 2003, I attended Sacramento High School’s reunion for its Class of June 1941. Ninety-two members of that class filled the Dante Club for their 62-year reunion.

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The Apache Junction High School Cheerleading team is looking for sponsors in hopes of replacing their worn out and stained uniforms. It has been four years since the team had new uniforms, and they will need to raise $2500 by early August for the girls to have the uniforms in time for the fi…

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The city of Apache Junction’s Superstition Shadows Aquatic Center was named one of the 10 “Must-See” swimming pools in the United States by nationally known pool supply company, Leslie’s Poolmart.

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PHOENIX — The D-backs will celebrate the 50thanniversary of the first moon landing this Saturday, July 20 as the D-backs host the Milwaukee Brewers at Chase Field. The first 20,000 fans at the D-backs game this Saturday will receive a Nick Ahmed on the Moon bobblehead, courtesy of Raytheon.

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Upon returning from Camp Shadow Pines at Heber, Apache Junction Coach Vance Miller is more optimistic than usual about the Prospectors’ football fortunes for the 2019 season.

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Felix Ponte of Apache Junction has been in the sandal business longer than he’s been traveling the country playing in senior division tennis tournaments.

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LAS VEGAS (Cronkite News) – For many young players, their first introduction to the NBA is harsh and severe. The pace is quicker, the opponent stronger, the stakes higher. For some, the difference is simply too much to handle, with even the safest of bets succumbing to pressure.

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On July 2, it was proven again that you’ll see something at a baseball game you haven’t seen before. If you’re a Diamondbacks fan, it might not be the best memory to carry around.