MESSAGES, such as this one at Pete’s Fish & Chips in Tolleson, don’t follow the city’s current code. The City Council is talking about possibly updating its sign ordinance, which currently allows only the time and temperature to be digitally displayed. View photo by Jordan Christopher
MESSAGES, such as this one at Pete’s Fish & Chips in Tolleson, don’t follow the city’s current code. The City Council is talking about possibly updating its sign ordinance, which currently allows only the time and temperature to be digitally displayed. View photo by Jordan Christopher
Friday, August 28, 2015
Posted by Emily Toepfer
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City’s original ordinance dates back to 1987; businesses asking to expand limits Tolleson’s sign ordinance was written almost 30 years ago, and some businesses are now asking for an update on what’s allowed in the city. During a joint work study session Tuesday night, the... + continue reading
ALEC WILLIAMS, center, of Westview prepares to hike the football during the Knights’ game against Skyline Aug. 21. Westview lost, 35-29. View photo by Jordan Christopher
ALEC WILLIAMS, center, of Westview prepares to hike the football during the Knights’ game against Skyline Aug. 21. Westview lost, 35-29. View photo by Jordan Christopher
Tuesday, August 25, 2015
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Westview loses first home game since 2013 Westview held tough, but dropped its season opening game to Mesa Skyline, 35-29, Aug. 21. The Knights never held the lead in the game, but also never trailed by more than one score before tying the game 29-29 early in the fourth quarter. Skyline broke the... + continue reading
(Right) A SPADEFOOT TOAD sits on top of clear plastic used to solarize a garden Aug. 19 in the Tartesso community in Buckeye. The toads come out of their burrows during the monsoon. (Left)A GOPHER SNAKE is the newest addition to the Nature Center at Estrella Mountain Regional Park in Goodyear. The snake, which can mimic a rattler, is expected to grow to at least 6 feet long.  View photos by Jordan Christopher & Jack Hines
(Right) A SPADEFOOT TOAD sits on top of clear plastic used to solarize a garden Aug. 19 in the Tartesso community in Buckeye. The toads come out of their burrows during the monsoon. (Left)A GOPHER SNAKE is the newest addition to the Nature Center at Estrella Mountain Regional Park in Goodyear. The snake, which can mimic a rattler, is expected to grow to at least 6 feet long. View photos by Jordan Christopher & Jack Hines
Tuesday, August 25, 2015
Posted by Jeannette Cruz
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If you haven’t been out to Estrella Mountain Regional Park, 14805 W. Vineyard Ave., Goodyear, now might be a good time to visit. This summer, the park welcomed two new desert dwellers: its first gopher snake and an influx of toads. Visitors can see the female snake up close at the park... + continue reading
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Tuesday, August 25, 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
LEVI ROY, 8, of Goodyear pops open a Lego book Aug. 22 at the Goodyear Branch Library.  Levi has been honored by the Maricopa County Library District and Maricopa County Board of Supervisors for reading more than 2,500 minutes and being one of the top 10 point earners among 77,000 readers across 62 libraries countywide during the summer reading program Superheroes: Every Hero Has a Story. View photo by Ray Thomas
LEVI ROY, 8, of Goodyear pops open a Lego book Aug. 22 at the Goodyear Branch Library. Levi has been honored by the Maricopa County Library District and Maricopa County Board of Supervisors for reading more than 2,500 minutes and being one of the top 10 point earners among 77,000 readers across 62 libraries countywide during the summer reading program Superheroes: Every Hero Has a Story. View photo by Ray Thomas
Tuesday, August 25, 2015
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Goodyear boy recognized for summer reading prowess Although it surely doesn’t feel like it around here, summer is just about over. While some students are still getting over the summer slump, one 8-year-old from Goodyear is celebrating his summer reading success. Levi Roy created an... + continue reading
MESSAGES, such as this one at Pete’s Fish & Chips in Tolleson, don’t follow the city’s current code. The City Council is talking about possibly updating its sign ordinance, which currently allows only the time and temperature to be digitally displayed. View photo by Jordan Christopher
MESSAGES, such as this one at Pete’s Fish & Chips in Tolleson, don’t follow the city’s current code. The City Council is talking about possibly updating its sign ordinance, which currently allows only the time and temperature to be digitally displayed. View photo by Jordan Christopher
ALEC WILLIAMS, center, of Westview prepares to hike the football during the Knights’ game against Skyline Aug. 21. Westview lost, 35-29. View photo by Jordan Christopher
ALEC WILLIAMS, center, of Westview prepares to hike the football during the Knights’ game against Skyline Aug. 21. Westview lost, 35-29. View photo by Jordan Christopher
(Right) A SPADEFOOT TOAD sits on top of clear plastic used to solarize a garden Aug. 19 in the Tartesso community in Buckeye. The toads come out of their burrows during the monsoon. (Left)A GOPHER SNAKE is the newest addition to the Nature Center at Estrella Mountain Regional Park in Goodyear. The snake, which can mimic a rattler, is expected to grow to at least 6 feet long.  View photos by Jordan Christopher & Jack Hines
(Right) A SPADEFOOT TOAD sits on top of clear plastic used to solarize a garden Aug. 19 in the Tartesso community in Buckeye. The toads come out of their burrows during the monsoon. (Left)A GOPHER SNAKE is the newest addition to the Nature Center at Estrella Mountain Regional Park in Goodyear. The snake, which can mimic a rattler, is expected to grow to at least 6 feet long. View photos by Jordan Christopher & Jack Hines
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LEVI ROY, 8, of Goodyear pops open a Lego book Aug. 22 at the Goodyear Branch Library.  Levi has been honored by the Maricopa County Library District and Maricopa County Board of Supervisors for reading more than 2,500 minutes and being one of the top 10 point earners among 77,000 readers across 62 libraries countywide during the summer reading program Superheroes: Every Hero Has a Story. View photo by Ray Thomas
LEVI ROY, 8, of Goodyear pops open a Lego book Aug. 22 at the Goodyear Branch Library. Levi has been honored by the Maricopa County Library District and Maricopa County Board of Supervisors for reading more than 2,500 minutes and being one of the top 10 point earners among 77,000 readers across 62 libraries countywide during the summer reading program Superheroes: Every Hero Has a Story. View photo by Ray Thomas

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An Avondale woman was arrested Sunday after she allegedly admitted to drowning her 2-year-old twin boys in a bathtub at the family home, police said. Mireya Lopez, 22, was booked into Fourth Avenue... + continue reading

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KATHERINE RETANA, of La Joya, eyes the cup before hitting a putt on the 16th hole at Southern Ridge Golf Club. Retana is the only returning player for the Lady Lobos. View photo by Ray Thomas
KATHERINE RETANA, of La Joya, eyes the cup before hitting a putt on the 16th hole at Southern Ridge Golf Club. Retana is the only returning player for the Lady Lobos. View photo by Ray Thomas
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1 returner, 3 new players fill out roster for Lady Lobos There might not be a lot of experience to go around for the La Joya girls golf team this season, but the girls are working hard to pick it up... + continue reading
LAUREN SERRATO, a Verrado graduate, makes a play from second base during the 2013 state tournament. Serrato overcame two knee surgeries to earn a softball scholarship to Wagner College in New York. View photo by Ray Thomas
LAUREN SERRATO, a Verrado graduate, makes a play from second base during the 2013 state tournament. Serrato overcame two knee surgeries to earn a softball scholarship to Wagner College in New York. View photo by Ray Thomas
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GUILLERMO RIOS, Buckeye’s top runner, competes in a meet at Sierra Linda last season. View photo
GUILLERMO RIOS, Buckeye’s top runner, competes in a meet at Sierra Linda last season. View photo
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J.J. GAYLES of Millennium carries the ball against Westview last season. Gayles had 16 carries for 98 yards in the season opener against Mesquite, and will look to help the Tigers’ offense against Mountain Ridge tonight. View photo
J.J. GAYLES of Millennium carries the ball against Westview last season. Gayles had 16 carries for 98 yards in the season opener against Mesquite, and will look to help the Tigers’ offense against Mountain Ridge tonight. View photo
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Scott Lee Bryant Scott Lee Bryant, 43, of Buckeye died Aug. 19, 2015. Mr. Bryant was born July 14, 1972, in Phoenix. He was raised in Buckeye and attended school there. He worked as a blade... + continue reading
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