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Jeremy Carr posted 'God’s Little Acre' in The CineFiles at 10:16AM on April 18, 2014

Charlene Bisson posted Get ready to Relay for Life in Publisher's Prose at 02:10PM on April 17, 2014

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Amongst the inductees to the Scottsdale History Hall of Fame expected to be honored Tuesday, April 22 are two Scottsdale Charros who have over their lifetimes contributed greatly to the rich heritage and prosperity of the community they call home.  For 52 years the Scottsdale Charros have been in constant pursuit of improving the lives of Scottsdale residents while preserving the … Read more
Closing an elementary school, shortening the school day on Wednesdays and eliminating more than 20 positions in the district are among steps taken by the Scottsdale Unified School District officials say will cure next year’s budget dilemma, expected to reach about $4 million.  As of April 11, the SUSD governing board has approved the closing of Tonalea Elementary School, early release … Read more
The ceremonial public swearing in of Mesa Mayor Alex Finter is during the 5:45 p.m., Monday, April 21, Mesa City Council meeting in the council chambers at 57 E. First St. Mayor Finter ascended to the office following the resignation of Mayor Scott Smith on April 16, according to a press release. Mr. Finter was sworn in, in a private … Read more
Aline Kraus, a student at Central Arizona College’s Superstition Mountain Campus, 273 E. Old West Highway in Apache Junction, has been recognized by honor society Phi Theta Kappa as a 2014 Guistwhite Scholarship recipient.  Ms. Kraus, who was also a First Team All-Arizona Academic honoree, will have the opportunity to travel to Phi Theta Kappa’s annual convention in April in Orlando … Read more
PHOENIX, Ariz. - Members of the Glendale City Council are calling on lawmakers to pass a bill that would reimburse the city of Glendale for public safety costs associated with hosting next year's Super Bowl. The heavily watered-down House Bill 2547 would require Arizona to cover half the costs Glendale will incur in providing public safety for the 2015 Super … Read more
BUCKEYE, Ariz. - Valley law enforcement officers pulled an improvised explosive device out of a home in rural Buckeye on Thursday afternoon. Buckeye Police found it while serving a search warrant at a house near West Yuma Road and Jackrabbit Trail. The Maricopa County Sheriff's Office Bomb Squad was called in and they safely dismantled it. Buckeye Police ended up … Read more
If you're having an Easter Egg hunt this weekend, be aware that rattlesnakes may like the same hiding spots you are planning to stash those eggs.   With the warm weather, snakes have been very active lately. The Phoenix Herpetological Society reports that calls to remove snakes are up 25 percent this year compared with last year.  PHS is offering some safety … Read more
Fountain Hills Theater announces the return to its stage of the interactive musical revue, “Broadway Jukebox,” April 25-May 11.  In this one-of-a-kind musical, audience members who arrive at least 15 minutes before curtain are invited to select their favorites from a giant jukebox of over 100 of the greatest Broadway songs ever written.   The choices are tallied and a brand-new revue, … Read more