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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.
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.
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.
The Superstition Shadows Aquatic Center staff, along with the Apache Junction Youth Advisory Council, will be hosting an exclusive night just for teens.
The Superstition Shadows Aquatic Center staff along with the Apache Junction Youth Advisory Council will be hosting an exclusive night just for teens. Friday, July 12th from 7-9pm at the Superstition Shadows Aquatic Center, teens 13-17 are invited to join us for swimming and fun activities l…
Splish Splash in the pool with just your little ones! Come join Apache Junction Parks and Recreation and the Water Safety Instructors for this unique children’s event at the Superstition Shadows Aquatic Center! The WSI’s will lead games and activities for the children. They will even bring o…
Valencia Wears Many Hats While Making His Presence Felt in a Positive Way at AJHS
AIA Names Prospectors’ Sample to 4A All-State Second Team as Position Player
Goal is to Upgrade 1/2-mile Stretch of Forest Service 128-A
The Apache Junction Parks & Recreation department will be hosting their monthly FREE Movie in the Park: Presented by SRP on Saturday, June 8th. Bring a blanket and your friends & family for an enjoyable evening outside watching a great family movie. This free event will be held at Fl…
Pinal County and the Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) Lower Sonoran Field Office invites public input on a proposed Recreation and Public Purposes (R&PP) Act lease of a 498-acre parcel of public land for recreation development by Pinal County.
Scottsdale Native, Former Pro, Takes Over Rebuilding Process for Panthers
The Apache Junction Public Library is set to kick off its 2019 all-ages Summer Reading Program – “A Universe of Stories.”
The Cactus Canyon girls soccer team emerged victorious in the DSMAL championship on May 8. The Cougars finished their season with a 7-3 overall record.
Prospectors Fans Enjoyed 7-on-7 Passing Scrimmage, Plus Linemen Skills Contests
Parks and Recreation is hosting “Cowboys and Cuties,” a father daughter dance to celebrate Father’s Day. This event will be held on Saturday June 8th from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m., pre-registration is required. To make this event happen, a minimum of 30 participants is required to be registere…
Apache Junction’s Austin Sample was selected as the 4A Black Canyon Region baseball player of the year in a recent vote of the region coaches.
The Lost Dutchman Marathon Committee held their 2019 Awards Banquet with check presentations on April 25 at The Paseo in Apache Junction. $70,000 was awarded to more than 20 various local individuals and community youth groups.
The Superstition Fire & Medical District warns that wildfires are more likely to occur this summer because of the large amount of rainfall that has occurred over the past two years.
MESA – Sometimes, athletes can have either bad luck, or no luck at all. Ask the javelin-throwing contingent of Apache Junction.
SCOTTSDALE – Throwing back-to-back games is tough for any softball pitcher, as Imagine Prep-Superstition’s Jorian Foley learned in the CAA Division 2 State Tournament.
What better way to spend Mother’s Day than going on an excursion with the family to the Superstition Mountain Museum, particularly when the cost is so reasonable?
Simply A Cappella is an award winning female a cappella chorus (no instruments) under the direction of Topher Keene.
Apache Junction Police Department offers helpful advice to travelers
Deadline to Respond for 2019 Permits is May 14
Spring football has started for Apache Junction, as the Prospectors prepare for their annual spring game, scheduled for 6 p.m. on Thursday, May 16, at Davis Field.
Law enforcement raises money for AZ Special Olympics Athletes
Put on your dance shoes and head to Mesa Market Place Swap Meet on Saturday, May 4, 2019, from 9 am to 1 pm! And bring the whole family to this free Latin Dance Music Celebration. We’ve planned a fun day for everyone!
The deadline for golfers has passed, but sponsorship opportunities are still available for the 7th annual Imagine Prep Superstition golf tournament fundraiser, scheduled for May 11 at Las Colinas Golf Club, 21515 N. Village Loop Rd., Queen Creek.
Apache Junction Backup First Baseman-Catcher Passionate About Her Favorite Sport
Local resident John Schempf brings strong leadership skills
Mesa facility anticipates receiving a share of the funds
By Colltey Sheldon
May 2 at Performing Arts Center
Lady Panthers Earn Victory in Home Finale
AJHS, Nine Other Teams, ‘Knock the Rust Off’ with Off-Season Drills, Contests
Entertaining AJHS Reserves Keep Things Loose, Yet Positive
Lady Prospectors Claim Two of Last Three Home Duals
Artists are needed for the 20th Annual Gold Canyon Arts Festival, a one-day event, to be held on Saturday, January 25, 2020, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on the grounds of the Gold Canyon United Methodist Church, 6640 S. Kings Ranch Rd. in Gold Canyon, Arizona, 85118.
Frank’s Inside-The-Park Grand Slam Sparks IPS Win
Apache Junction pitcher Elexis Toro tossed a no-hitter against Glendale on April 4, as the visiting Lady Prospectors completed a back-to-back sweep with a 16-0, five-inning Black Canyon Region victory over the Cardinals.
Fourth grade students and their teachers will again explore and celebrate water at the annual Apache Junction Water Festival on April 25 at Prospector Park — and volunteers are needed.
The city of Apache Junction Parks and Recreation Department would like to invite the community to participate in our annual Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, April 20th, 2019, at Prospector Park! Come help find over 9,000 prize-filled eggs!
By Daniel Dullum
Lady Prospectors’ Rutkowski Inks with Pacific University
By Daniel Dullum
AJ Right-hander Shuts Down Dysart in 14-0 Victory
April 6, Historic Main Street
Lauren Quinnely, age 10; Heather Cornwell, age 12; and Jade Cummings, age 13 earned their places as Junior Marchals in the Feb. 23, 2019, Lost Dutchman Days Parade, Apache Junction, by submitting their original artwork based on the theme, “What the Lost Dutchman Days Parade Means to Me.” The…
Florence Community Services Department presents its free Road to Country Thunder music spectacular on Saturday, April 6th in downtown historic Florence.