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Cactus Shadows takes the big stage with ‘Peter and the Starcatcher’ SCOTTSDALE – High school actors and actresses will take the big stage for the first time this school year with their production of Peter and the Starcatcher. MVD partnership lets drivers get replacement Social Security cards online PHOENIX – A driver license verification program used by the Arizona Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Division now makes it possible to request Social Security card replacements online through the Social Security Web site and simplifies the already-existing process of getting a person’s identifying information verified when making a major purchase or obtaining a loan.
New River Kiwanis holds Officer Installation Dinner NEW RIVER – The annual Kiwanis of New River Officer Installation Dinner was held on Sept. Over 50 guests attended this event in the Kiwanis Community Park in New River, and the theme of the night was all about fun.
Power struggle: Exploring the Corporation Commission race NORTH VALLEY – Dark money, rate cases, solar – all recurring themes in the 2016 Arizona Corporation Commission election.
Five candidates are campaigning for the three available seats on the Commission. Well, don’t worry, because while the approach of Halloween may cause a whole lot of ghouls and witches to come knocking at your door (hope they are kids in costume) it also brings the joy of candy! SCOTTSDALE – The Gallery at el Pedregal and Fearlessly Deliver, LLC, will co-host a special evening for entrepreneurs, C-suite executives, sales managers, and others who are serious about exploring creative ways to succeed at life and business. Maybe it starts with an awkward introduction or a glance into someone else’s eyes.
60th Annual Fort Verde Days happening this weekend CAMP VERDE – The 60th Annual Fort Verde Days will take place on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, Oct. This year’s theme is ‘The 60s – Let’s Go to The Hop’.
Camp Verde Promotions is proudly presenting the 60th Annual Fort Verde Days, which is Camp Verde’s longest running event.
14, more than 665 K-5th grade students ran in the Boosterthon Fun Run at Diamond Canyon School.
He laid out his case, as if he were practicing for a debate (telling me it would be fun), so that I had no excuse except to turn on the television, make a bowl of popcorn and suffer through the back-biting, insults, below-the-belt, half-truths, bold lies and entertaining spectacle that played out before my eyes.Upping the minimum: Prop 206 would raise minimum wage and add sick time requirements NORTH VALLEY – Raising the minimum wage has been repeatedly referenced in the 2016 election, and Arizona voters will soon have the opportunity to decide whether or not to raise the state minimum. I-17 southbound closed for eight hours after multiple-vehicle collision BLACK CANYON CITY – The southbound I-17 was closed on Sunday afternoon from about 2 p.m. due to a crash north of Black Canyon City that involved 24 vehicles. Would the thief who stole my grandson’s tile saw out of the back of his pick-up truck please return it! Rules would hold teacher colleges accountable PHOENIX – For years, the U. Department of Education has rated teachers’ success based on how well their students performed on tests. BLACK CANYON CITY – The Black Canyon Heritage Park has been drained for the next several weeks to remove some non-native fish, mainly the ‘mosquitofish’, which are threatening the native Gila topminnow, which is actually a better mosquito killer. 17 SCOTTSDALE – Learn more about the candidates running for the three open seats on the Cave Creek Unified School District Governing Board at a candidate forum at Cactus Shadows High School on Monday, Oct. Around the Bluhmin’ Town My divorced friend asked me “where is a good place to fall in love? Cave Creek Council exploring possibilities to preserve 4,000 acres of open land CAVE CREEK – The Cave Creek Town Council unanimously agreed to execute an intergovernmental agreement with the Arizona State Land Department and passed a moratorium restricting new water service connections for the Desert Hills water system during its meeting on Monday, Oct. Department of Justice awards more than million to combat human trafficking PHOENIX – On Sept.North Valley Christian Academy wins Mc Teacher's Night Challenge ANTHEM – The Anthem Mc Donald’s restaurant has raised over ,600 for local schools. Now, it wants to take a step back and evaluate how teachers are taught to teach. 29, the Department of Justice awarded grants totaling more than million to state, local and tribal jurisdictions, law enforcement agencies, and victim service providers to combat human trafficking across the United States.Department of Justice awards more than million to combat human trafficking PHOENIX – On Sept.AZ educators get creative in finding solutions to growing teacher shortage PHOENIX – Suzanne Zentner stood in front of the high school students and their parents gathered in the library of Gilbert High School on a recent evening and got right to the point ANTHEM – Are you feeling the Christmas spirit yet?
The Outlets at Anthem is already getting ready for Christmas, with the delivery of the state’s tallest fresh-cut tree scheduled for Thursday, Oct. Valley soccer standout Niki Jackson helps build GCU program PHOENIX – Niki Jackson had his choice of well-established college soccer programs coming out of Cactus Shadows High School and Casa Grande’s Real Salt Lake Academy.