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A Community Conversation on Water | Independent Verde

In October, the Sustainability Alliance produced an online webinar on a new Friends of the Verde River program designed to give homeowners, businesses and communities a new voice to save the Verde through their River Friendly lifestyle concept. Dr Max Wilson, Flow Maintenance Manager for Friends of the Verde, explained …

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Dozen: Elizabeth Shilue Shows Her Love for Community Through Her Anti-Racist Activism | Local news

And after seeing the documentary “I’m Not Racist… Am I? in 2015, Shilue said her eyes were opened even wider to inequalities in society, especially when it comes to race. The documentary follows a diverse group of high school students as they engage in difficult conversations about racism. Shillue wanted …

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Greg Hansen: Bowl cancellations are a blow to the community and schools involved | Greg hansen

With the uncertain future in a world rocked by a pandemic, now would be a good time for the NCAA to change the end-of-season training rules for 5-7 teams. The Arizona Bowl will continue with Thursday’s Arizona Scramble Golf event at LaPaloma, a fundraising event that is now part of …

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Dying Artisan Race Helps Myrtlewood Stand Alone | Community

It can take a century for an Oregon myrtlewood tree to reach commercial size, and sharpening its strong, heavy wood into something that can be taken home is also extremely slow. While historically prized by carpenters is myrtlewood, the tree makes a handful of appearances in the Bible, including a …

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Dear Abby: Twin’s nuptials do not include the role of family | Community

Dear Abby: My 52-year-old twin brother, whom I am close to, will soon be getting married for the first time. His fiancee, who divorced after 18 years of marriage, is doing all the planning. She hasn’t included me or my children (my brother’s only niece and nephew) so far, and …

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Giving Machines accepting donations to Gilbert until January 3

This is the third year that Gilbert has hosted “Light the World Giving Machines” at the Water Tower Plaza. (Tom Blodgett / Community Impact Journal) The “Light the World Giving Machines” are back in Gilbert this winter after a one-year hiatus, and residents still have time to donate. Vending machines, …

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Community shaken by death of Georgia High School star football quarterback – WSB-TV Channel 2

ROSWELL, GA – A day after the death of Roswell High School quarterback Robbie Roper, players and coaches across the United States and at home pay tribute to him. Roper, 18, died of routine shoulder surgery in Florida on Thursday. The quarterback had just completed his senior season and led …

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NEW YORK COMMUNITY BANCORP, INC. TO ANNOUNCE FOURTH QUARTER 2021 RESULTS AND HOST CONFERENCE ON JANUARY 26

HICKSVILLE, NY, 22 December 2021 / PRNewswire / – New York Community Bancorp, Inc. (NYSE: NYCB) (the “Company”) today announced that it plans to release results for the three and twelve months ended December 31, 2021 around 7:00 a.m. Eastern Time (ET) on wednesday 26 january, 2022. The press release …

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Judge rejects trial contesting Gilbert Bond election

Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Jay Adleman ruled for the town of Gilbert in Jim Torgeson’s lawsuit challenging the $ 515 million in city streets, transportation and infrastructure. (Courtesy of Adobe Stock) The town of Gilbert may move forward with the sale of bonds aimed at improving the town’s infrastructure …

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Attorney General James Wins Statewide Victory for Supporting LGBTQ + Community

Federal Court dismisses case brought by refusal wedding photographer to photograph same-sex marriages, says all businesses must ensure equal access NEW YORK – New York Attorney General Letitia James scored a statewide victory supporting the LGBTQ + community after a federal court dismissed a case brought by a wedding photographer …

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With “Gunfight”, an initiate takes on a community that was once his

Even so, the industry as a whole was evolving in a way he found irresponsible. That change crystallized for him in 2010 at an NRA convention in Charlotte, NC, where he saw a large poster advertising the Bushmaster AR-15 style rifle that read, “Consider your reissued man’s card ”. The …

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The American community of New Richmond in St. Johns County is now open! | national news

ST. AUGUSTIN, Florida., December 13, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Richmond American Homes of Florida, LP, a subsidiary of MDC Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: MDC), is pleased to announce that its new community in St. Johns County, Elm Creek to Silverleaf (RichmondAmerican.com/ElmCreek), is now open for sale. Elm Creek in Silverleaf …

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Boosting Success for Native American Students with Coconino Community College Scholarship | Education

LARRY HENDRICKS Special at Daily Sun One in five students at Coconino Community College is Native American. Often times, Native American students who arrive at CCC are the first in their families to pursue a college education and may come from tough economic times as well. Hence, they might face …

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Room cat | Community | plaintalk.net

When: Wednesday December 15, 2021 Join us for a conversation with Vermillion Middle School Update with Damon Alvey, Superintendent Thank you to our sponsor: Centraide Janitorial Supplies Warehouse When: Tuesday, December 14, 2021 Where: 303 W. Chestnut St., Vermillion, SD 57069 Please join us in celebrating their official opening ceremony! …

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Higley USD acknowledges the ‘wrongdoing’ of the old administration

The Higley USD Board of Trustees agreed on December 8 to recognize the “misdeeds” of the former district governments related to the HUSD college building agreements. (Screenshot from YouTube) The Higley USD board of directors approved a December 8 consent judgment with the Arizona attorney general’s office over activities surrounding …

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New York Community Bancorp, Inc. President, President and Chief Executive Officer Thomas R. Cangemi elected Director of Federal Home Loan Bank of New York

HICKSVILLE, NY, December 7, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Enabled December 6, 2021, the Federal Home Loan Bank of new York (the “FHLBNY”) announced that Thomas R. Cangemi, Chairman of the Board, President and CEO of New York Community Bancorp, Inc. (the “Company”) was elected by the eligible members of …

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Community plants flowers in honor of Holocaust victims

TUCSON, Ariz. (KGUN) – Stories of hardship and bravery were shared in front of people of all ages on Sunday at Congregation Chaverim. “I was born in Budapest, Hungary, in 1944, right after the Germans came and took most of the Jews from Hungary and killed them in Auschwitz,” said …

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How Community Colleges and High Schools Prepare Students for the Workforce

Higher education in Arizona will become more accessible in 2023 after the passage of a recent bill that now allows community colleges to offer bachelor’s degrees, a change that “will benefit the community as a whole,” according to Matt Hasson from the Maricopa Community Colleges District Office (MCCD) responsible for …

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Ask me anything! Friday with Craig Settles, Community Telehealth Pioneer 2:30 p.m. ET: Broadband Lunch

Today, senator Ed markey, D-Mass., Senator Chris Van Hollen, D-Maryland, and representative Grace Meng, DN.Y., led 40 members of Congress to introduce the Securing Universal Communications Connectivity to Ensure Student Success Act (SUCCESS). The bill would extend the Emergency Connectivity Fund for five years and provide $ 8 billion per …

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Rev. Nabors: The community must provide “alternative roads, not dead ends”

Reverend Michael Nabors, president of the local branch of the NAACP, hosts the “Stop the Violence” rally on December 1. (Photo of the round table) Gathered around the corner where gunshots claimed the life of one teenager and injured four others, community leaders on December 1 denounced gun violence and …

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Five siblings hope for community support after losing both parents | Arizona News – Oakland News Now

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UNzV3ygfmXU Oakland News Now – Five siblings hope for community support after losing both parents – video made by the YouTube channel with the logo in the upper left corner of the video. OaklandNewsNow.com is the original blog post for this type of video blog content. Five siblings unexpectedly lost …

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Ohio State Safety Lathan Ransom gives back to community, says Buckeyes must “remember what it feels like” after loss to Michigan

Giving back to his community has always been important to the safety of Ohio state Lathan Ransom and he spent part of his day doing so on Monday. Ransom spent a few hours Monday afternoon at the Ronald McDonald House Charities in Central Ohio, which provides housing for families of …

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SUNDAY FILE: The Rotary Club of Flagstaff Celebrates 100 Years of Community Service | Local

SEAN GOLIGHTLY Sun Journalist There is a lit fireplace in the corner, but its crackle cannot be heard over the crackle of friendly conversation. At the door, a man wearing a badge – Steve Cervantes – helps the others affix their own badges. As a guest, I need a sticker, …

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PACC Desperately Needs Adopters and Foster Families | Community

TUCSON (KVOA) – The Pima Animal Care Center is in desperate need of foster families or adopters. The shelter opens daily with only one to three kennels open, but accommodates up to 100 animals per day. The refuge has been facing a situation of overcrowding since June. “We always have …

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There’s Always Enough for Everyone at the Sunnyside Stone Soup Community Dinner | Local

SEAN GOLIGHTLY Sun Journalist “Do you need a bowl? Coral Evans asked me impatiently at the door of the Dream Market (Mercado de Los Sueños). The question surprised me more than it should have. I didn’t know how to explain that I had come to the Sunnyside Stone Soup community …

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Benthic metabolism linked to metrics of the algal community responds to environmental attributes

Cymbella tumida (Brébisson) van Heurck 1880. Credit: TAN Xiang Benthic algae play a vital role in the element and energy cycle, as they are the most important primary producers and they are also sensitive to environmental parameters of the watershed. Researchers from the Wuhan Botanical Garden of the Chinese Academy …

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Panel maker calls for Gilbert Bonds election to be overturned in lawsuit

Jim Torgeson, who owns a Mesa sign manufacturing business, filed a lawsuit in Maricopa County Superior Court, naming the town of Gilbert and each member of city council as their council members. (Courtesy of Brian Jackson / Adobe Stock) A Gilbert resident and critic of the city’s $ 515 million …

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Community support in Phoenix helps drag queens thrive

Blockbuster TV shows such as RuPaul’s Drag Race has started a drag movement in many major cities, and downtown Phoenix is ​​no exception, being one of Arizona’s drag hotspots with weekly events happening all over the city. Local bars and clubs, such as Charlie’s Phoenix, one of the city’s biggest …

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Men’s Community Lunch – Crawford County Now

Mr. Clay Hall, Athletic Director for ABC 6 / FOX 28, will be the guest speaker for the upcoming Men’s Community Breakfast. Mr. Hall is the football analyst for Fox / ABC; Football Fever and covered sports in central Ohio for 26 years and partnered with executive producer Stephen Kappas …

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Industry Perspective: Celebrating the Hispanic Business Community and Its Legacy in Tucson | Business

Celebrating the richness and diversity of the Hispanic-Latino community and recognizing our collective journey towards social and economic progress is not limited to National Hispanic Heritage Month, especially when it comes to the prospects for small Hispanic businesses at scale. national. This year in particular, we recognize the resilience of …

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Thriving football program binds the community

For others, they see it as a last chance to showcase skills that they hope will open doors. Even though the global pandemic has made the recruiting process more difficult – it wiped out the 2020 season – Dale isn’t worried the international recruiting pipeline will end anytime soon. “We …

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San Diego Community News Group

It is possible to reduce carbon emissions to zero regionally, according to a new university report commissioned by the county. The cuts will require local governments and agencies to work together, and San Diego County is able to coordinate that effort, the report says. County supervisors have scheduled a public …

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Shumway: Community philanthropy is truly changing lives in Arizona

By Debbie Shumway, Hospice of the Valley We are touched by the outpouring of generosity from the community that helps expand our nonprofit mission. Since 1977, we have remained focused on bringing comfort, dignity and compassionate care to our community, and we couldn’t do it without the people, businesses and …

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Obituary of Richard Horth (1931 – 2021) – Brighton, CO

Richard M. Horth was born in Brighton on June 6, 1931 to Merwyn Horth and Helen L. (Jung) Horth. He graduated from Brighton High School in 1949. He married his childhood sweetheart Melba Bredehoft on September 2, 1956, and they lived on the family wheat farm in east Brighton, where …

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Landsea Homes closes residential sites for new community, The Groves, in Grand Island, Florida

ORLANDO, Florida, November 9, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Landsea Homes Corporation (Nasdaq: LSEA) (“Landsea Homes” or the “Company”), a publicly traded home builder, today announced that it has closed 69 sites for a new community of single-family homes, The groves of Grand Island, Florida. “We are delighted to be …

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How a tribute to BJ Thomas came to a religious community in Peoria, Arizona

When BJ Thomas passed away in May, Tim Wright decided not to deliver the sermon he had prepared for next Sunday’s service at the Community of Grace Lutheran Church in Peoria. Thomas was practically part of the family. He had performed it several times at Wright’s request since he befriended …

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Cardinals’ Zach Ertz named NFLPA Community MVP of the Week 9

Arizona Cardinals tight end Zach Ertz was named NFLPA Week 9 Community MVP after he kicked off the Score More n ‘Feed More campaign in Arizona and started the House of Hope Project for them. young people of Philadelphia. “My wife Julie and I are very honored to be recognized …

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Maricopa Community Colleges Present 4-Year Degrees for Fall 2023

Maricopa Community Colleges plan to develop a handful of bachelor’s degree programs following a new state law that allows community colleges to offer four-year degrees. The state’s largest community college district, which includes 10 Phoenix-area colleges, on Wednesday announced plans to launch its first bachelor’s degrees in programs such as …

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Surprisingly, 150 Community Colleges Now Eligible for $ 1 Million |

The Aspen Prize recognizes institutions aiming to ensure better outcomes for all students. Times are tough for community colleges. Enrollment has fallen by double digits since March 2020, mostly affecting underserved students, and hopes of millions of dollars in federal aid to institutions through the Build Back Better plan have …

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Arizona Jewish community berates “It’s the Jews’ rant” at local school board meeting

Chandler High School. Photo credit: Tony the Marine (talk) / Wikimedia Commons An Arizona Jewish group called on a Phoenix-area school district to condemn a bizarre anti-Semitic rant uttered at a school board meeting last week, prompting a further response from local officials. Queen Creek resident Melanie Rettle accused ‘Jews’ …

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EPA to Help Oregon and Washington Schools Become Community Cleaner Air and Cooling Centers

Region 10 press releases Schools will receive technical assistance to create cleaner air and neighborhood cooling shelters in vulnerable communities affected by smoke from forest fires and episodes of extreme heat November 1, 2021 SEATTLE (November 1, 2021) – Today, the United States Environmental Protection Agency announced that it will …

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Arizona Community Banks See Deposits Increase 26% in 1 Year

At the end of last month, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) released data showing that Arizonans have now deposited 11.5% of their money in local banks or community banks. This is a significant jump from the 3% in 2013 and 8.5% recorded in June of last year. With just …

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A replica of the tomb of the unknown soldier pays homage | News from the community of St. Tammany

Residents of St. Tammany visited a replica of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Veterans Plaza in Covington for three days in October to honor generations of military men and women. Among the visitors and special guests was Joseph Richard who, at just 16, witnessed the attack on Pearl …

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As Phoenix grew, so did the religious community

The early 1920s in Phoenix were busy for builders. Therefore, it is not surprising today that we have many buildings and organizations celebrating historical milestones. One of these locations is nestled between the Burton Barr Central Public Library and a few apartment complexes. There has been a small but growing …

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Winner of a scholarship eager to give back to the community

GCU student Angel Cervantes is a scholarship recipient whose goal is to give back to the community by entering law enforcement. By Mike KilenCUU Information Office Angel Cervantes‘parents own the aptly named Hard Knocks Gym. While competitive boxers train at the Western Phoenix Gymnasium, other young people with problems at …

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ICON and Lennar to Create Largest 3D Printed Community in Texas

ICON continues to make its mark in the construction 3D printing industry. The construction technology company announced this week that it is partnering with Lennar and BIG-Bjarke Ingels Group to create the largest community of 3D printed homes to date. They will make the community of 100 homes in Austin, …

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18,000 acres in planned community of Estrella sold for $ 212.5 million

Harvard Investments, Toll Brothers and Värde Partners announced today that they have formed a joint venture to acquire the remaining undeveloped land at Estrella, a planned mixed-use community located in Goodyear, Arizona. The acquisition includes over 18,000 acres of licensed land. This purchase is one of the largest acquisitions of …

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Maintenance building burns down in Green Valley retirement community | Local News

A two-alarm fire in Green Valley on Monday night set the roof of a retirement community maintenance building ablaze and forced local firefighters to temporarily call for backup while its firefighters put out the blaze. According to Green Valley Fire District officials, something inside a maintenance building at the La …

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The community document: our candidates for the GOP

October 26, 2021 at 3:45 p.m. * Marti Lelko has worked in the New Mexico media for over 30 years. As a media professional, she has followed politics closely, especially during the pandemic. In her monthly column, Marti will cover the issues she finds particularly puzzling and disturbing. She asks …

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JPMorgan Chase Appoints Two Seasoned Bankers to Take on New Community-Focused Roles to Help Meet Company’s Commitment to Racial Equity

Las Vegas – Two seasoned Las Vegas bankers will take on new roles at Chase to deepen relationships in the community to help improve financial health and provide expert mortgage advice to underserved communities. Their roles are part of JPMorgan Chase’s five-year, $ 30 billion racial equity pledge to close …

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Six months after Andrew Brown Jr.’s murder, the community continues to push for change

Alana Jones has spent part of the past six months reflecting on what happened on the morning of April 21, when Pasquotank County Sheriff’s Deputies shot dead Andrew Brown Jr. while conducting searches and Elizabeth City drug-related arrest warrants. Jones, a preschool teacher at the time, says the marches, which …

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Arizona community comes together to fix haunted house maze

By Elliot Polakoff Click here for updates on this story CHANDLER, Arizona (KTVK, KPHO) – Halloween is this Sunday. And that means a trick or a treat, some candy, and if you’re adventurous, haunted houses. Over the past 12 years along South Forest Drive in Chandler, Allen Moskop has turned …

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Toll Brothers Announces New Community of Active Adults 55+ in St. George, Utah

Regency at Desert Color, the company’s first new home community in southern Utah, will feature luxury homes and exceptional amenities Toll Brothers Regency at Desert Color Clubhouse Toll Brothers Regency’s future private clubhouse full of amenities at Desert Color will be modeled after Regency’s at Caramella Ranch in Reno. Toll …

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Kay M. Fuller, 74, of Marlborough

Marlborough – Kay M. Fuller, 74, of Marlborough died on Saturday, October 23, 2021 at MetroWest Medical Center in Framingham after a long battle with the disease. She was born in Paignton, England, daughter of the late John and Gladys “June” (French) Fuller and moved to Maine in 1947. Kay …

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JV buys planned $ 213 million community

Estrella. Image courtesy of Harvard Investments, Toll Brothers and Varde Partners Two huge planned communities in Arizona traded their hands in days for more than $ 800 million, with the latest transaction completed by a joint venture of Harvard Investments, Toll Brothers and Värde Partners. The companies acquired Estrella from …

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Free community college tuition not on Biden’s agenda and four-year colleges to blame

“They want paying customers,” says Max Lubin, CEO of RISE, a group that runs student-led campaigns to reduce or eliminate the cost of attending college. If community college were free, some students would choose a community college over a four-year college. Competition would be particularly troublesome for for-profit colleges, which …

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Community Support Shines By Raising $ 540,000 | New

The Catholic Community Foundation welcomed nearly 600 supporters at its 32nd annual event, Crozier Gala Goes to Monte Carlo. This year, the goal of the evening was to raise money for the foundation’s community grants. Recognizing that everyone has an innate desire to help others, the foundation has created a …

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Phoenix Suns’ Mr. ORNG ‘needs community help

PHOENIX – Phoenix Suns superfan “Mr. ORNG” is known for supporting the team and the community over the years. Now he needs our help as his father ends up in the hospital. “Honestly, that was the hardest part, you know, just seeing him not being able to talk to us. …

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Chandler community meets to fix haunted house maze | Arizona News

CHANDLER, AZ (3TV / CBS 5) – Halloween is this Sunday. And that means a trick or a treat, some candy, and if you’re adventurous, haunted houses. Over the past 12 years, at South Forest Drive in Chandler, Allen Moskop turned an ordinary house into a spooky setup. Originally, the …

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Clarkdale community concerned about new facility

At the November 5 council meeting, Clemons, in the absence of Mayor Joe Jerkins, offered more details: City officials have been approached by Taylor & Mathis to purchase this property which is already zoned light industrial. “Not that it was necessary. (The earth) was just setting there.” It was “not …

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