TOMMY THAMMAVONG, right, of Verrado leaps over a hurdle during a home meet last year. Thammavong, a senior, is part of a Vipers’ team that has not lost a multiple track meet in four years.
TOMMY THAMMAVONG, right, of Verrado leaps over a hurdle during a home meet last year. Thammavong, a senior, is part of a Vipers’ team that has not lost a multiple track meet in four years.
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ROSS DIETZ, left, of Verrado runs the 100-meter dash last year. Dietz set the school’s senior record in that event, running an 11.24, which is an automatic state qualifying time.
ROSS DIETZ, left, of Verrado runs the 100-meter dash last year. Dietz set the school’s senior record in that event, running an 11.24, which is an automatic state qualifying time.
Friday, March 27, 2015
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Senior class looking for 4th straight district title Several small schools would be envious of Verrado’s track and field team. That’s because its bigger than the size of most Class 1A schools. Verrado has 130 boys and 85 girls competing this year. “It’s nice to have that... + continue reading
WING COMMANDER BRIG. GEN. SCOTT PLEUS prepares to take his initial flight in an F-35 March 18 as Luke Air Force Base’s first student in the new jet.
WING COMMANDER BRIG. GEN. SCOTT PLEUS prepares to take his initial flight in an F-35 March 18 as Luke Air Force Base’s first student in the new jet.
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BRIG. GEN. SCOTT PLEUS, left, makes his way to an F-35 March 18 at Luke Air Force Base with fellow F-35 pilots Lt. Col. Michael Ebner and Capt. Tyler Smith. Pleus, wing commander at Luke, was the West Valley base’s first student in the new jet.
BRIG. GEN. SCOTT PLEUS, left, makes his way to an F-35 March 18 at Luke Air Force Base with fellow F-35 pilots Lt. Col. Michael Ebner and Capt. Tyler Smith. Pleus, wing commander at Luke, was the West Valley base’s first student in the new jet.
Tuesday, March 24, 2015
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Luke wing commander test pilots base’s training program Luke Air Force Base launched its F-35 training last week, but the first student is no stranger to the skies. Wing Commander Brig. Gen. Scott Pleus flew his first sortie in the F-35 March 18 after going through six weeks of academic... + continue reading
BUCKEYE’S Austin Forrester avoids the tag as he slides into home during Wednesday’s matchup against Verrado. The Vipers came from behind to beat Buckeye for the 13th consecutive time, 8-6.
BUCKEYE’S Austin Forrester avoids the tag as he slides into home during Wednesday’s matchup against Verrado. The Vipers came from behind to beat Buckeye for the 13th consecutive time, 8-6.
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AUSTIN FORRESTER of Buckeye retreats back to the bag as Verrado’s Jarryd Samsing looks in the pick-off attempt in Wednesday’s game. Verrado won the contest 8-6, moving to 7-2 on the year with the victory.
AUSTIN FORRESTER of Buckeye retreats back to the bag as Verrado’s Jarryd Samsing looks in the pick-off attempt in Wednesday’s game. Verrado won the contest 8-6, moving to 7-2 on the year with the victory.
Tuesday, March 24, 2015
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Windy and rainy conditions didn’t make for the cleanest of baseball games when Buckeye hosted Verrado March 18. A misplayed ball in the outfield helped Buckeye take a third-inning lead, but the Vipers responded immediately, with the help of an error, and went on to win, 8-6. “We... + continue reading
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Tuesday, March 24, 2015
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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
ANGEL DIAZ of Phoenix works on a mural last year on Western Avenue in Avondale. The city is working to create affordable space where artists can live, work and showcase their talents.
ANGEL DIAZ of Phoenix works on a mural last year on Western Avenue in Avondale. The city is working to create affordable space where artists can live, work and showcase their talents.
Tuesday, March 24, 2015
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Avondale launches survey to determine artists’ need for space Avondale is sketching out an idea for how to expand its art scene, and wants to hear from local artists to find out their needs. The city is working with Artspace, a national developer for the arts, to create affordable space... + continue reading
TOMMY THAMMAVONG, right, of Verrado leaps over a hurdle during a home meet last year. Thammavong, a senior, is part of a Vipers’ team that has not lost a multiple track meet in four years.
TOMMY THAMMAVONG, right, of Verrado leaps over a hurdle during a home meet last year. Thammavong, a senior, is part of a Vipers’ team that has not lost a multiple track meet in four years.
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ROSS DIETZ, left, of Verrado runs the 100-meter dash last year. Dietz set the school’s senior record in that event, running an 11.24, which is an automatic state qualifying time.
ROSS DIETZ, left, of Verrado runs the 100-meter dash last year. Dietz set the school’s senior record in that event, running an 11.24, which is an automatic state qualifying time.
WING COMMANDER BRIG. GEN. SCOTT PLEUS prepares to take his initial flight in an F-35 March 18 as Luke Air Force Base’s first student in the new jet.
WING COMMANDER BRIG. GEN. SCOTT PLEUS prepares to take his initial flight in an F-35 March 18 as Luke Air Force Base’s first student in the new jet.
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BRIG. GEN. SCOTT PLEUS, left, makes his way to an F-35 March 18 at Luke Air Force Base with fellow F-35 pilots Lt. Col. Michael Ebner and Capt. Tyler Smith. Pleus, wing commander at Luke, was the West Valley base’s first student in the new jet.
BRIG. GEN. SCOTT PLEUS, left, makes his way to an F-35 March 18 at Luke Air Force Base with fellow F-35 pilots Lt. Col. Michael Ebner and Capt. Tyler Smith. Pleus, wing commander at Luke, was the West Valley base’s first student in the new jet.
BUCKEYE’S Austin Forrester avoids the tag as he slides into home during Wednesday’s matchup against Verrado. The Vipers came from behind to beat Buckeye for the 13th consecutive time, 8-6.
BUCKEYE’S Austin Forrester avoids the tag as he slides into home during Wednesday’s matchup against Verrado. The Vipers came from behind to beat Buckeye for the 13th consecutive time, 8-6.
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AUSTIN FORRESTER of Buckeye retreats back to the bag as Verrado’s Jarryd Samsing looks in the pick-off attempt in Wednesday’s game. Verrado won the contest 8-6, moving to 7-2 on the year with the victory.
AUSTIN FORRESTER of Buckeye retreats back to the bag as Verrado’s Jarryd Samsing looks in the pick-off attempt in Wednesday’s game. Verrado won the contest 8-6, moving to 7-2 on the year with the victory.
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ANGEL DIAZ of Phoenix works on a mural last year on Western Avenue in Avondale. The city is working to create affordable space where artists can live, work and showcase their talents.
ANGEL DIAZ of Phoenix works on a mural last year on Western Avenue in Avondale. The city is working to create affordable space where artists can live, work and showcase their talents.

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The Walmart in Buckeye was temporarily closed this morning while police investigated a bomb threat, officials said. Buckeye police were called around 5:20 a.m. to the Walmart located at 1060 S.... + continue reading

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APRIL GUILLEN of Tolleson hits a forehand shot in the Lady Wolverines’ match against Westview Tuesday. Guillen is Tolleson’s No. 4 singles player.
APRIL GUILLEN of Tolleson hits a forehand shot in the Lady Wolverines’ match against Westview Tuesday. Guillen is Tolleson’s No. 4 singles player.
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NADIRA KAHN of Tolleson swings through a backhand in a match against Westview Tuesday. Kahn is the Lady Wolverines’ No. 1 player.
NADIRA KAHN of Tolleson swings through a backhand in a match against Westview Tuesday. Kahn is the Lady Wolverines’ No. 1 player.
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Tolleson girls tennis looks to create strong program There’s strength in numbers. Tolleson’s girls tennis team may not produce many Wimbledon-type matches, but with a few returners and... + continue reading
TOMMY THAMMAVONG, right, of Verrado leaps over a hurdle during a home meet last year. Thammavong, a senior, is part of a Vipers’ team that has not lost a multiple track meet in four years.
TOMMY THAMMAVONG, right, of Verrado leaps over a hurdle during a home meet last year. Thammavong, a senior, is part of a Vipers’ team that has not lost a multiple track meet in four years.
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ROSS DIETZ, left, of Verrado runs the 100-meter dash last year. Dietz set the school’s senior record in that event, running an 11.24, which is an automatic state qualifying time.
ROSS DIETZ, left, of Verrado runs the 100-meter dash last year. Dietz set the school’s senior record in that event, running an 11.24, which is an automatic state qualifying time.
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DIEGO PADILLA, a junior at Tolleson Union High School, gives a thumbs up after successful open heart surgery March 17 at University Medical Center in Tucson. Padilla had a procedure done to fix his bicuspid aortic valve.
DIEGO PADILLA, a junior at Tolleson Union High School, gives a thumbs up after successful open heart surgery March 17 at University Medical Center in Tucson. Padilla had a procedure done to fix his bicuspid aortic valve.
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MARIE NORRIS of Westview rips into a forehand during a match against Tolleson Tuesday. Norris, the Knights’ No. 1 player, helped Westview to a 9-0 victory.
MARIE NORRIS of Westview rips into a forehand during a match against Tolleson Tuesday. Norris, the Knights’ No. 1 player, helped Westview to a 9-0 victory.
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MADISON BIGHAM of Westview hits a lob shot against Tolleson Tuesday. Bigham plays at No. 5 for the Lady Knights, who are 2-3 so far this season.
MADISON BIGHAM of Westview hits a lob shot against Tolleson Tuesday. Bigham plays at No. 5 for the Lady Knights, who are 2-3 so far this season.
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Thomas C. ‘TC’ Boswell Jr. Thomas C. “TC” Boswell Jr., 57, of Avondale died March 17, 2015, in Goodyear. Mr. Boswell was born May 20, 1957, in Chester, Pa., to Thomas C.... + continue reading