ALEX FIGUEROA of Millennium sprints to third base April 22 during a game against Apollo at Goodyear Ballpark. Figueroa had a hit and scored a run, but the Tigers lost 13-4.  View photo by Jordan Christopher
ALEX FIGUEROA of Millennium sprints to third base April 22 during a game against Apollo at Goodyear Ballpark. Figueroa had a hit and scored a run, but the Tigers lost 13-4. View photo by Jordan Christopher
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Millennium baseball is enduring a down year by the team’s usual standards, going 10-15. The Tigers have had a rough go of it in the second half of the season, winning only one time in the last 10 chances dating back to March 29. Millennium coach Ryan Bethel said inconsistent fielding has... + continue reading
VICTORIA CORDOVA of Agua Fria reaches for a shot March 10 during a match against St. Mary’s. Cordova won three times last weekend in the Division II state individual singles tournament, reaching this weekend’s quarterfinals. Cordova is the only unseeded player in the bracket to make it that far. View photo by Jordan Christopher
VICTORIA CORDOVA of Agua Fria reaches for a shot March 10 during a match against St. Mary’s. Cordova won three times last weekend in the Division II state individual singles tournament, reaching this weekend’s quarterfinals. Cordova is the only unseeded player in the bracket to make it that far. View photo by Jordan Christopher
Wednesday, April 27, 2016
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The individual state tennis tournaments have treated West Valley athletes very well so far. Two doubles teams and one individual are still alive after three rounds in the Division II tournament, and a doubles team from Millennium has already reached the state semifinals in Division I. Everyone... + continue reading
AGNES MALONEY of Avondale creates a Zentangle masterpiece Feb. 27 during a class at the Litchfield Park Branch Library. Upcoming classes are offered at the Litchfield Park and White Tank branch libraries. View photo by Ray Thomas
AGNES MALONEY of Avondale creates a Zentangle masterpiece Feb. 27 during a class at the Litchfield Park Branch Library. Upcoming classes are offered at the Litchfield Park and White Tank branch libraries. View photo by Ray Thomas
Wednesday, April 27, 2016
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West Valley libraries hosting classes on relaxing art form by Jack Hines special to the view If you’re a fan of our 9 Days a Week calendar, you might have seen a listing or two for something called “Zentangle art.” If you’re like us, you had absolutely no idea what a... + continue reading
A HAY FIRE BURNS April 20 at Chiquita Dairy near MC85 and Perryville Road. The fire, which burned more than 900 bails, or 500 tons, of hay was one of three that started in the West Valley in the last week. View photo by Jordan Christopher
A HAY FIRE BURNS April 20 at Chiquita Dairy near MC85 and Perryville Road. The fire, which burned more than 900 bails, or 500 tons, of hay was one of three that started in the West Valley in the last week. View photo by Jordan Christopher
Wednesday, April 27, 2016
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For the third time in less than a week, West Valley firefighters are on hay watch after a fire broke out Monday afternoon in Buckeye. The latest fire started at about 12:45 p.m. at Broadway and Oglesby roads in Buckeye, and three stacks of hay were fully engulfed in flames, Buckeye Fire Chief Bob... + continue reading
AN ARTIST’S RENDERING shows what Agua Fria Union High School District’s fifth high school would look like once completed.
AN ARTIST’S RENDERING shows what Agua Fria Union High School District’s fifth high school would look like once completed.
Wednesday, April 27, 2016
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AFUHSD moving forward with planning The Agua Fria Union High School District is moving forward with designs for a fifth campus despite uncertainty about whether or not it will get state funding that was already approved for the build. In February, the district was awarded $33.4 million from the... + continue reading
ALEX FIGUEROA of Millennium sprints to third base April 22 during a game against Apollo at Goodyear Ballpark. Figueroa had a hit and scored a run, but the Tigers lost 13-4.  View photo by Jordan Christopher
ALEX FIGUEROA of Millennium sprints to third base April 22 during a game against Apollo at Goodyear Ballpark. Figueroa had a hit and scored a run, but the Tigers lost 13-4. View photo by Jordan Christopher
VICTORIA CORDOVA of Agua Fria reaches for a shot March 10 during a match against St. Mary’s. Cordova won three times last weekend in the Division II state individual singles tournament, reaching this weekend’s quarterfinals. Cordova is the only unseeded player in the bracket to make it that far. View photo by Jordan Christopher
VICTORIA CORDOVA of Agua Fria reaches for a shot March 10 during a match against St. Mary’s. Cordova won three times last weekend in the Division II state individual singles tournament, reaching this weekend’s quarterfinals. Cordova is the only unseeded player in the bracket to make it that far. View photo by Jordan Christopher
AGNES MALONEY of Avondale creates a Zentangle masterpiece Feb. 27 during a class at the Litchfield Park Branch Library. Upcoming classes are offered at the Litchfield Park and White Tank branch libraries. View photo by Ray Thomas
AGNES MALONEY of Avondale creates a Zentangle masterpiece Feb. 27 during a class at the Litchfield Park Branch Library. Upcoming classes are offered at the Litchfield Park and White Tank branch libraries. View photo by Ray Thomas
A HAY FIRE BURNS April 20 at Chiquita Dairy near MC85 and Perryville Road. The fire, which burned more than 900 bails, or 500 tons, of hay was one of three that started in the West Valley in the last week. View photo by Jordan Christopher
A HAY FIRE BURNS April 20 at Chiquita Dairy near MC85 and Perryville Road. The fire, which burned more than 900 bails, or 500 tons, of hay was one of three that started in the West Valley in the last week. View photo by Jordan Christopher
AN ARTIST’S RENDERING shows what Agua Fria Union High School District’s fifth high school would look like once completed.
AN ARTIST’S RENDERING shows what Agua Fria Union High School District’s fifth high school would look like once completed.

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A debris fire that spread to a power pole caused an outage early Monday morning in an Avondale neighborhood, officials said. The fire started at about 3:15 a.m. in a front yard near Madden Drive and... + continue reading

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The Phoenix Suns have an image problem. It’s not that they had a terrible season on the court, although they did. Terrible might even be too kind a word for the second-worst record in... + continue reading
ALEX FIGUEROA of Millennium sprints to third base April 22 during a game against Apollo at Goodyear Ballpark. Figueroa had a hit and scored a run, but the Tigers lost 13-4.  View photo by Jordan Christopher
ALEX FIGUEROA of Millennium sprints to third base April 22 during a game against Apollo at Goodyear Ballpark. Figueroa had a hit and scored a run, but the Tigers lost 13-4. View photo by Jordan Christopher
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TEVIN SIGMON, left, of Westview sprints to the finish line against Tolleson’s Alize Haley. The Knights have qualified nine athletes for the state meet, which is May 4 and 7. View photo by Ray Thomas
TEVIN SIGMON, left, of Westview sprints to the finish line against Tolleson’s Alize Haley. The Knights have qualified nine athletes for the state meet, which is May 4 and 7. View photo by Ray Thomas
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BETHANY TRAMMELL of Estrella Foothills fouls off a pitch March 24 against Apollo. The Lady Wolves have been hot on the diamond of late, winning nine of their last 10 games. View photo by Ray Thomas
BETHANY TRAMMELL of Estrella Foothills fouls off a pitch March 24 against Apollo. The Lady Wolves have been hot on the diamond of late, winning nine of their last 10 games. View photo by Ray Thomas
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Trinidad M. Cevalles Trinidad M. Cevalles, 88, of Tolleson died April 13, 2016, at his home. Mr. Cevalles was born May 23, 1927, in Tornillo, Texas. He is survived by four daughters, Cathy Russ,... + continue reading
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