ALEX MERCHANT of Buckeye, a landscaper at the Goodyear Ballpark, waters the lawn last week in preparation for spring training season.
ALEX MERCHANT of Buckeye, a landscaper at the Goodyear Ballpark, waters the lawn last week in preparation for spring training season.
Tuesday, March 3, 2015
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Spring training begins with events, promotions for fans Spring training has officially started and the Cincinnati Reds and Cleveland Indians are kicking things off today at the Goodyear Ballpark, at 1933 S. Ballpark Way. Last year, attendance at the Goodyear Ballpark was 136,900, and according to... + continue reading
SHERIFF’S DEPUTIES are searching for this man they accuse of robbing a Pizza Hut in Glendale on Feb. 2.
SHERIFF’S DEPUTIES are searching for this man they accuse of robbing a Pizza Hut in Glendale on Feb. 2.
Tuesday, March 3, 2015
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Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office officials are looking for a man who allegedly robbed $800 from a Pizza Hut in Glendale at gunpoint Feb. 2. The man allegedly walked into the restaurant located in the 13100 block of West Glendale Avenue with a black pistol and threatened the clerks with... + continue reading
JALEEL NEWMAN, left, an eighth-grader, and Eagle Scout Hunter Burban carry a railroad tie to be used as a border in the green house to Steve McNally, the facilities director, last month at Heritage Elementary in Glendale. Community members, teachers and students joined forces to spruce up the greenhouse in memory of pupil Tyre Butler who died in 2013.
JALEEL NEWMAN, left, an eighth-grader, and Eagle Scout Hunter Burban carry a railroad tie to be used as a border in the green house to Steve McNally, the facilities director, last month at Heritage Elementary in Glendale. Community members, teachers and students joined forces to spruce up the greenhouse in memory of pupil Tyre Butler who died in 2013.
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TEACHERS MARIA RIVERA, on ladder, and Ellen O'Loughlin join community members, other teachers and students at Heritage Elementary School in Glendale last month to put the finishing touches on a greenhouse in memory of pupil Tyre Butler who died Sept. 13, 2013, in a car accident.
TEACHERS ELLEN O’LOUGHLIN, on ladder, and Maria Rivera join community members, other teachers and students at Heritage Elementary School in Glendale last month to put the finishing touches on a greenhouse in memory of pupil Tyre Butler who died Sept. 13, 2013, in a car accident.
Tuesday, March 3, 2015
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Volunteers paint Heritage Elementary greenhouse in memory of 7th-grade pupil who died in 2013 Tyre Butler loved bright colors almost as much as he loved his classmates, friends, family and teachers. So it was fitting that those community members joined together to add their finishing touches in... + continue reading
CHAZ MIGHELLS, left, of Millennium receives a throw at second base as Tolleson’s Billy Wilson slides in during a game last year. Mighells, who batted .432 last season, is one of 12 returning seniors for the Tigers in 2015.
CHAZ MIGHELLS, left, of Millennium receives a throw at second base as Tolleson’s Billy Wilson slides in during a game last year. Mighells, who batted .432 last season, is one of 12 returning seniors for the Tigers in 2015.
Tuesday, March 3, 2015
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A year ago, the Millennium Tigers baseball team bowed out in the first round of the single elimination portion of the state tournament to Mesa Mountain View, 6-1. This season, the veteran-heavy team will look to improve on a 16-12 record and be poised to make it back to the tournament and do some... + continue reading
RAINA PEREZ, right, of Millennium uses her right arm to fend off Valley Vista’s Jada Willingham during the Division I state quarterfinals Wednesday at Grand Canyon University. The Lady Tigers won 45-31 to advance to today’s state semis against Desert Vista.
RAINA PEREZ, right, of Millennium uses her right arm to fend off Valley Vista’s Jada Willingham during the Division I state quarterfinals Wednesday at Grand Canyon University. The Lady Tigers won 45-31 to advance to today’s state semis against Desert Vista.
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ADRIANA ZELAYA, 1, of Millennium posts up against a Valley Vista defender in Wednesday’s Division I state quarterfinals. Zelaya played strong defense to help lead the Lady Tigers to a 45-31 victory.
ADRIANA ZELAYA, 1, of Millennium posts up against a Valley Vista defender in Wednesday’s Division I state quarterfinals. Zelaya played strong defense to help lead the Lady Tigers to a 45-31 victory.
Friday, February 27, 2015
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Lady Tigers drub Valley Vista in state quarterfinals, 45-31 Millennium relied on its team’s strongest aspect, defense, yet again this season to dispose of Surprise Valley Vista in the quarterfinals of the Division I girls basketball state tournament Wednesday, winning 45-31 at Grand Canyon... + continue reading
ALEX MERCHANT of Buckeye, a landscaper at the Goodyear Ballpark, waters the lawn last week in preparation for spring training season.
ALEX MERCHANT of Buckeye, a landscaper at the Goodyear Ballpark, waters the lawn last week in preparation for spring training season.
SHERIFF’S DEPUTIES are searching for this man they accuse of robbing a Pizza Hut in Glendale on Feb. 2.
SHERIFF’S DEPUTIES are searching for this man they accuse of robbing a Pizza Hut in Glendale on Feb. 2.
JALEEL NEWMAN, left, an eighth-grader, and Eagle Scout Hunter Burban carry a railroad tie to be used as a border in the green house to Steve McNally, the facilities director, last month at Heritage Elementary in Glendale. Community members, teachers and students joined forces to spruce up the greenhouse in memory of pupil Tyre Butler who died in 2013.
JALEEL NEWMAN, left, an eighth-grader, and Eagle Scout Hunter Burban carry a railroad tie to be used as a border in the green house to Steve McNally, the facilities director, last month at Heritage Elementary in Glendale. Community members, teachers and students joined forces to spruce up the greenhouse in memory of pupil Tyre Butler who died in 2013.
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TEACHERS MARIA RIVERA, on ladder, and Ellen O'Loughlin join community members, other teachers and students at Heritage Elementary School in Glendale last month to put the finishing touches on a greenhouse in memory of pupil Tyre Butler who died Sept. 13, 2013, in a car accident.
TEACHERS ELLEN O’LOUGHLIN, on ladder, and Maria Rivera join community members, other teachers and students at Heritage Elementary School in Glendale last month to put the finishing touches on a greenhouse in memory of pupil Tyre Butler who died Sept. 13, 2013, in a car accident.
CHAZ MIGHELLS, left, of Millennium receives a throw at second base as Tolleson’s Billy Wilson slides in during a game last year. Mighells, who batted .432 last season, is one of 12 returning seniors for the Tigers in 2015.
CHAZ MIGHELLS, left, of Millennium receives a throw at second base as Tolleson’s Billy Wilson slides in during a game last year. Mighells, who batted .432 last season, is one of 12 returning seniors for the Tigers in 2015.
RAINA PEREZ, right, of Millennium uses her right arm to fend off Valley Vista’s Jada Willingham during the Division I state quarterfinals Wednesday at Grand Canyon University. The Lady Tigers won 45-31 to advance to today’s state semis against Desert Vista.
RAINA PEREZ, right, of Millennium uses her right arm to fend off Valley Vista’s Jada Willingham during the Division I state quarterfinals Wednesday at Grand Canyon University. The Lady Tigers won 45-31 to advance to today’s state semis against Desert Vista.
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ADRIANA ZELAYA, 1, of Millennium posts up against a Valley Vista defender in Wednesday’s Division I state quarterfinals. Zelaya played strong defense to help lead the Lady Tigers to a 45-31 victory.
ADRIANA ZELAYA, 1, of Millennium posts up against a Valley Vista defender in Wednesday’s Division I state quarterfinals. Zelaya played strong defense to help lead the Lady Tigers to a 45-31 victory.

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A 21-year-old man was fatally shot Tuesday afternoon in West Phoenix, police said. The man, who has not been identified, was visiting a home in the area of 91st Avenue and Lower Buckeye Road when he... + continue reading
ALEX MERCHANT of Buckeye, a landscaper at the Goodyear Ballpark, waters the lawn last week in preparation for spring training season.
ALEX MERCHANT of Buckeye, a landscaper at the Goodyear Ballpark, waters the lawn last week in preparation for spring training season.
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ADRIANA ZELAYA, 1, of Millennium dribbles past Dobson’s Vernajah Jones during Monday’s Division I state championship at Gila River Arena. The Lady Tigers led most of the game, but lost 58-49. View photos by David Weibel
ADRIANA ZELAYA, 1, of Millennium dribbles past Dobson’s Vernajah Jones during Monday’s Division I state championship at Gila River Arena. The Lady Tigers led most of the game, but lost 58-49. View photos by David Weibel
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4th quarter dooms Millennium in D-I final Millennium’s girls basketball team came one quarter short of a storybook ending, as the Lady Tigers lost their lead in the final frame and fell to... + continue reading
RAINA PEREZ, 2, of Millennium lays the ball up while Desert Vista’s Tatum Brimley, 10, trails behind. The Lady Tigers upset top-seeded Desert Vista in the Division I semis, earning a berth in Monday’s championship game.
RAINA PEREZ, 2, of Millennium lays the ball up while Desert Vista’s Tatum Brimley, 10, trails behind. The Lady Tigers upset top-seeded Desert Vista in the Division I semis, earning a berth in Monday’s championship game.
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QUYNNE HUGGINS, 11, of Millennium puts up a shot while being guarded by Desert Vista’s Toni Davis. Huggins led the Lady Tigers with 19 points, as they beat Desert Vista, 52-43, to advance to the state championship.
QUYNNE HUGGINS, 11, of Millennium puts up a shot while being guarded by Desert Vista’s Toni Davis. Huggins led the Lady Tigers with 19 points, as they beat Desert Vista, 52-43, to advance to the state championship.
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C.J. AVILES bats for Estrella Foothills last season. Aviles, the Wolves’ starting catcher, batted .366 with six doubles and 19 RBI last year.
C.J. AVILES bats for Estrella Foothills last season. Aviles, the Wolves’ starting catcher, batted .366 with six doubles and 19 RBI last year.
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COLE HINZMANN throws a pitch for Estrella Foothills last season. Hinzmann won three games for the Wolves last year, including a complete-game shutout.
COLE HINZMANN throws a pitch for Estrella Foothills last season. Hinzmann won three games for the Wolves last year, including a complete-game shutout.
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Angela Acosta Angela Acosta, 84, of Avondale died Feb. 24, 2015, at Hospice of the Valley Palm Valley in Goodyear from heart failure. Mrs. Acosta was born Oct. 2, 1930, in Juarez, Chihuahua,... + continue reading