JESSICA VASTINE of Millennium returns a ball against Notre Dame Prep in the D-II state championship game Nov. 10, 2015. The Lady Tigers have big goals in 2016, as the team returns every player from last season’s squad. View photo by Ray Thomas
JESSICA VASTINE of Millennium returns a ball against Notre Dame Prep in the D-II state championship game Nov. 10, 2015. The Lady Tigers have big goals in 2016, as the team returns every player from last season’s squad. View photo by Ray Thomas
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Millennium volleyball’s fantastic 2015 season ended on a sour note, as the Lady Tigers dropped the Division II state championship game to Scottsdale Notre Dame in straight sets, 3-0. The Lady Tigers are now in the highest conference, 6A, but are poised to make another run with the entire... + continue reading
BUCKEYE POLICE CHIEF LARRY HALL speaks to community members as they prepare to begin a new search grid section July 20 in Buckeye. Residents joined forces with first responders to search for 10-year-old Jesse Wilson of Buckeye, who has been missing since the evening of July 17. View photo by Jordan Christopher
BUCKEYE POLICE CHIEF LARRY HALL speaks to community members as they prepare to begin a new search grid section July 20 in Buckeye. Residents joined forces with first responders to search for 10-year-old Jesse Wilson of Buckeye, who has been missing since the evening of July 17. View photo by Jordan Christopher
Wednesday, July 27, 2016
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Buckeye 10-year-old last seen July 17 near Watson, Yuma roads It’s been more than a week since Jesse Wilson went missing from his house in Buckeye. The 10-year-old boy was last seen sleeping in his bed at 9:30 p.m. July 17 near Watson and Yuma roads. When his mother went to check on him... + continue reading
CHERYL TODD of Litchfield Park speaks July 8 on the West Lawn of the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C. The gun store owner and national radio show host is part of the DC Project, an initiative that brings women face to face with Washington legislators to discuss the Second Amendment. Submitted photo
CHERYL TODD of Litchfield Park speaks July 8 on the West Lawn of the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C. The gun store owner and national radio show host is part of the DC Project, an initiative that brings women face to face with Washington legislators to discuss the Second Amendment. Submitted photo
Wednesday, July 20, 2016
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Avondale business owner, radio host visits legislators for talks on Second Amendment preservation Cheryl Todd is not undecided when it comes to the Second Amendment. She owns a gun shop in Avondale, and hosts a national radio show dedicated to educating and informing the public on gun rights and... + continue reading
SMILES & SUNSHINE FOUNDATION FOUNDER BOBI TICE, left, Halle LuLu creator Deanna McCammon and her niece and namesake, 8-year-old Halle Dougherty, arrange Halle LuLu dolls last spring. McCammon created the line of dolls with removable hair for children fighting cancer. To see all photos from this shoot, go to www.westvalleyview.com/pictures. View photo by Jordan Christopher
SMILES & SUNSHINE FOUNDATION FOUNDER BOBI TICE, left, Halle LuLu creator Deanna McCammon and her niece and namesake, 8-year-old Halle Dougherty, arrange Halle LuLu dolls last spring. McCammon created the line of dolls with removable hair for children fighting cancer. To see all photos from this shoot, go to www.westvalleyview.com/pictures. View photo by Jordan Christopher
Wednesday, July 20, 2016
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Waddell woman creates doll with removable hairpiece A Waddell woman’s grandmother inspired her mission to put special rag dolls into the hands of children with cancer. Deanna McCammon said children going to the hospital for cancer treatments will identify with the Halle LuLu dolls she... + continue reading
REX TAYLOR of Litchfield Park pauses next to his wagon last July during the Red Wagon Brigade and Pioneer Celebration hosted by the LDS Goodyear stake. The church is holding an event Saturday in Litchfield Park to attempt to set a new Guinness World Record for the most toy red wagons in a parade. View photo by Jordan Christopher
REX TAYLOR of Litchfield Park pauses next to his wagon last July during the Red Wagon Brigade and Pioneer Celebration hosted by the LDS Goodyear stake. The church is holding an event Saturday in Litchfield Park to attempt to set a new Guinness World Record for the most toy red wagons in a parade. View photo by Jordan Christopher
Wednesday, July 20, 2016
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Goodyear church aims to break Guinness World Record while helping community Attempting to break a world record is only a plus for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Goodyear Stake. The church is hosting the annual Pioneer Celebration and parade in Litchfield Park. It encourages... + continue reading
JESSICA VASTINE of Millennium returns a ball against Notre Dame Prep in the D-II state championship game Nov. 10, 2015. The Lady Tigers have big goals in 2016, as the team returns every player from last season’s squad. View photo by Ray Thomas
JESSICA VASTINE of Millennium returns a ball against Notre Dame Prep in the D-II state championship game Nov. 10, 2015. The Lady Tigers have big goals in 2016, as the team returns every player from last season’s squad. View photo by Ray Thomas
BUCKEYE POLICE CHIEF LARRY HALL speaks to community members as they prepare to begin a new search grid section July 20 in Buckeye. Residents joined forces with first responders to search for 10-year-old Jesse Wilson of Buckeye, who has been missing since the evening of July 17. View photo by Jordan Christopher
BUCKEYE POLICE CHIEF LARRY HALL speaks to community members as they prepare to begin a new search grid section July 20 in Buckeye. Residents joined forces with first responders to search for 10-year-old Jesse Wilson of Buckeye, who has been missing since the evening of July 17. View photo by Jordan Christopher
CHERYL TODD of Litchfield Park speaks July 8 on the West Lawn of the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C. The gun store owner and national radio show host is part of the DC Project, an initiative that brings women face to face with Washington legislators to discuss the Second Amendment. Submitted photo
CHERYL TODD of Litchfield Park speaks July 8 on the West Lawn of the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C. The gun store owner and national radio show host is part of the DC Project, an initiative that brings women face to face with Washington legislators to discuss the Second Amendment. Submitted photo
SMILES & SUNSHINE FOUNDATION FOUNDER BOBI TICE, left, Halle LuLu creator Deanna McCammon and her niece and namesake, 8-year-old Halle Dougherty, arrange Halle LuLu dolls last spring. McCammon created the line of dolls with removable hair for children fighting cancer. To see all photos from this shoot, go to www.westvalleyview.com/pictures. View photo by Jordan Christopher
SMILES & SUNSHINE FOUNDATION FOUNDER BOBI TICE, left, Halle LuLu creator Deanna McCammon and her niece and namesake, 8-year-old Halle Dougherty, arrange Halle LuLu dolls last spring. McCammon created the line of dolls with removable hair for children fighting cancer. To see all photos from this shoot, go to www.westvalleyview.com/pictures. View photo by Jordan Christopher
REX TAYLOR of Litchfield Park pauses next to his wagon last July during the Red Wagon Brigade and Pioneer Celebration hosted by the LDS Goodyear stake. The church is holding an event Saturday in Litchfield Park to attempt to set a new Guinness World Record for the most toy red wagons in a parade. View photo by Jordan Christopher
REX TAYLOR of Litchfield Park pauses next to his wagon last July during the Red Wagon Brigade and Pioneer Celebration hosted by the LDS Goodyear stake. The church is holding an event Saturday in Litchfield Park to attempt to set a new Guinness World Record for the most toy red wagons in a parade. View photo by Jordan Christopher

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A man had to be rescued Thursday night from a trail at Skyline Regional Park in Buckeye after his leg was impaled by a stick and he ran out of water, officials said. Firefighters responded at about... + continue reading

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Steelers’ Bell suspended because of a no-show Guilt is a funny thing. According to the letter of the law, you’re supposed to be innocent until proven guilty. But when you’re the... + continue reading
DEVON ALLEN, left, of Litchfield Park competes in the 110-meter hurdles at the U.S. Olympic Track and Field Trials in July at the University of Oregon. Allen won his heat with a time of 13.03 seconds, qualifying him for the U.S. Olympic team competing in Rio de Janeiro in August. Submitted photo by August Frank
DEVON ALLEN, left, of Litchfield Park competes in the 110-meter hurdles at the U.S. Olympic Track and Field Trials in July at the University of Oregon. Allen won his heat with a time of 13.03 seconds, qualifying him for the U.S. Olympic team competing in Rio de Janeiro in August. Submitted photo by August Frank
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JESSICA VASTINE of Millennium returns a ball against Notre Dame Prep in the D-II state championship game Nov. 10, 2015. The Lady Tigers have big goals in 2016, as the team returns every player from last season’s squad. View photo by Ray Thomas
JESSICA VASTINE of Millennium returns a ball against Notre Dame Prep in the D-II state championship game Nov. 10, 2015. The Lady Tigers have big goals in 2016, as the team returns every player from last season’s squad. View photo by Ray Thomas
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TEHRAN THOMAS of Desert Edge looks to make a cut against a Paradise Valley defender in the Division II state championship game Nov. 28, 2015 at Arizona Stadium in Tucson. Thomas, who led the Scorpions to the title, has signed on to play football at the University of California at Davis. View photo by Ray Thomas
TEHRAN THOMAS of Desert Edge looks to make a cut against a Paradise Valley defender in the Division II state championship game Nov. 28, 2015 at Arizona Stadium in Tucson. Thomas, who led the Scorpions to the title, has signed on to play football at the University of California at Davis. View photo by Ray Thomas
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Christopher Gabriel M. Ahchin Christopher Gabriel M. Ahchin, 18, of Avondale died July 6, 2016. Mr. Ahchin was born March 21, 1998, in Phoenix to Colby A. Ahchin and Maria G. Patino. He was a... + continue reading
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