ELIAS ARAGON, 11, of Tolleson, launches a rocket Monday at the Tolleson Parks and Recreation Center.
ELIAS ARAGON, 11, of Tolleson, launches a rocket Monday at the Tolleson Parks and Recreation Center.
Friday, July 25, 2014
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Youths in Tolleson summer program launch rockets Youths taking part in the Tolleson Library’s summer reading program were having a blast Monday as they launched rockets outside the Parks and Recreation Center. The theme of this year’s program is Fizz, Boom, Read, with a focus on STEAM... + continue reading
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Tuesday, July 22, 2014
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You wanted pets, we give you pets. With this weekly feature, readers can view profiles of adoptable cats and dogs of various shapes and sizes from Glendale’s Sun Valley Animal Shelter. Most of the animals that will have their mugs shown in this space will be canines and felines that are a... + continue reading
TOLLESON’S TRAYVON SMITH, right, grabs a pass against La Joya last season. Smith had a solid summer at wide receiver and free safety for the Wolverines.
TOLLESON’S TRAYVON SMITH, right, grabs a pass against La Joya last season. Smith had a solid summer at wide receiver and free safety for the Wolverines.
Tuesday, July 22, 2014
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Tolleson lost the core of its backfield to graduation following last year’s 8-2 record and playoff berth, but the Wolverines still have a talented group that has been working hard this summer. Tolleson competed in four passing-league tournaments and participated in Desert Edge’s big-... + continue reading
RAMEIKH BOWLES rips off yardage last season for Westview against Boulder Creek. Bowles returns for his senor year after gaining 534 rushing yards and scoring nine touchdowns last year.
RAMEIKH BOWLES rips off yardage last season for Westview against Boulder Creek. Bowles returns for his senor year after gaining 534 rushing yards and scoring nine touchdowns last year.
Tuesday, July 22, 2014
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It has been a period of acclimation for Westview’s new head football coach, but not too much. Joe Parker takes over the reins from Jeff Bowen, who resigned earlier this year after 11 seasons at the helm to become assistant head coach, run-game coordinator and offensive line coach at Arizona... + continue reading
IAN CHAVEZ, 8, of Goodyear reads to Fallen, a therapy dog, July 12 as Scott Neson, vice president of Therapy Paws, looks on. Therapy Paws takes animals to the Goodyear Library every other Saturday for children to read to while gaining confidence. View photo by David Weibel
IAN CHAVEZ, 8, of Goodyear reads to Fallen, a therapy dog, July 12 as Scott Neson, vice president of Therapy Paws, looks on. Therapy Paws takes animals to the Goodyear Library every other Saturday for children to read to while gaining confidence. View photo by David Weibel
Tuesday, July 22, 2014
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ELIAS ARAGON, 11, of Tolleson, launches a rocket Monday at the Tolleson Parks and Recreation Center.
ELIAS ARAGON, 11, of Tolleson, launches a rocket Monday at the Tolleson Parks and Recreation Center.
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TOLLESON’S TRAYVON SMITH, right, grabs a pass against La Joya last season. Smith had a solid summer at wide receiver and free safety for the Wolverines.
TOLLESON’S TRAYVON SMITH, right, grabs a pass against La Joya last season. Smith had a solid summer at wide receiver and free safety for the Wolverines.
RAMEIKH BOWLES rips off yardage last season for Westview against Boulder Creek. Bowles returns for his senor year after gaining 534 rushing yards and scoring nine touchdowns last year.
RAMEIKH BOWLES rips off yardage last season for Westview against Boulder Creek. Bowles returns for his senor year after gaining 534 rushing yards and scoring nine touchdowns last year.
IAN CHAVEZ, 8, of Goodyear reads to Fallen, a therapy dog, July 12 as Scott Neson, vice president of Therapy Paws, looks on. Therapy Paws takes animals to the Goodyear Library every other Saturday for children to read to while gaining confidence. View photo by David Weibel
IAN CHAVEZ, 8, of Goodyear reads to Fallen, a therapy dog, July 12 as Scott Neson, vice president of Therapy Paws, looks on. Therapy Paws takes animals to the Goodyear Library every other Saturday for children to read to while gaining confidence. View photo by David Weibel

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Assistant sports editor steps up to the plate Mike Russo, sports editor at the West Valley View, is retiring after 11 years with the same paper. Russo was born in Providence, R.I., and graduated... + continue reading
ELIAS ARAGON, 11, of Tolleson, launches a rocket Monday at the Tolleson Parks and Recreation Center.
ELIAS ARAGON, 11, of Tolleson, launches a rocket Monday at the Tolleson Parks and Recreation Center.
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MARQUIS CHAVEZ, left, of La Joya defends a Copper Canyon player during a Jan. 17 contest. Chavez is among a group of last year’s underclassmen returning this year for coach Aaron Dille. View file photo by Ray Thomas
MARQUIS CHAVEZ, left, of La Joya defends a Copper Canyon player during a Jan. 17 contest. Chavez is among a group of last year’s underclassmen returning this year for coach Aaron Dille. View file photo by Ray Thomas
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Last season was a difficult one for La Joya’s youthful girls basketball team, but progress was evident by season’s end. That trend continued during summer play. The Lady Lobos went 2-26... + continue reading
TYLER RUSSELL handles the ball for Houston Baptist University against the University of Texas at Arlington during the 2012-13 season. Russell is hoping for a successful senior season with the Huskies. Photo courtesy of Houston Baptist University
TYLER RUSSELL handles the ball for Houston Baptist University against the University of Texas at Arlington during the 2012-13 season. Russell is hoping for a successful senior season with the Huskies. Photo courtesy of Houston Baptist University
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MORGAN BROWN pitches for Verrado May 6 against Queen Creek in the Division II state tournament. Brown has committed to playing collegiate softball at Wagner College. View file photo by Ray Thomas
MORGAN BROWN pitches for Verrado May 6 against Queen Creek in the Division II state tournament. Brown has committed to playing collegiate softball at Wagner College. View file photo by Ray Thomas
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DESERT EDGE’S AISHA THOMAS, left, takes the ball to the basket last season against Sierra Linda. Thomas is one of the Lady Scorpions’ core returning players. View file photo by Ray Thomas
DESERT EDGE’S AISHA THOMAS, left, takes the ball to the basket last season against Sierra Linda. Thomas is one of the Lady Scorpions’ core returning players. View file photo by Ray Thomas
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Inez Kwiatkowski Inez Kwiatkowski, 70, of Goodyear died July 16, 2014, in Goodyear. Mrs. Kwiatkowski was born Oct. 15, 1943, in Long Beach, Calif., to Albert Lobdell and Elizabeth Goodnight. She... + continue reading