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Thursday, February 26, 2015
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Tuesday, February 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
PATTI LEWIS OF GOODYEAR shows off some of her buttons Tuesday in Avondale. Lewis is a member of the Button Hooks Button Club, which is hosting this year’s Button Show Saturday at the Hilton Garden Inn in Avondale. View photo by David Weibel
PATTI LEWIS OF GOODYEAR shows off some of her buttons Tuesday in Avondale. Lewis is a member of the Button Hooks Button Club, which is hosting this year’s Button Show Saturday at the Hilton Garden Inn in Avondale. View photo by David Weibel
Friday, February 20, 2015
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Annual state Button Show this weekend in Avondale Button, button, who’s got the button? This weekend’s Button Show at the Hilton Garden Inn will showcase thousands of buttons from around the world, which collectors see as tiny pieces of artwork. The annual Arizona State Button... + continue reading
FITZ, a 2-year-old jaguar, relaxes in his new home Feb. 7 at the Wildlife World Zoo, Aquarium and Safari Park in Waddell. The new enclosure is bigger than the previous one Fitz lived in, and also comes complete with a companion, 1-year-old Keira. The two cats are still getting used to each other. Read the story on Page 3.
FITZ, a 2-year-old jaguar, relaxes in his new home Feb. 7 at the Wildlife World Zoo, Aquarium and Safari Park in Waddell. The new enclosure is bigger than the previous one Fitz lived in, and also comes complete with a companion, 1-year-old Keira. The two cats are still getting used to each other. Read the story on Page 3.
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FITZ, a 2-year-old jaguar, eyes his keeper Feb. 11 at the Wildlife World Zoo, Aquarium and Safari Park in Waddell. Fitz recently moved into a new, larger exhibit.
FITZ, a 2-year-old jaguar, eyes his keeper Feb. 11 at the Wildlife World Zoo, Aquarium and Safari Park in Waddell. Fitz recently moved into a new, larger exhibit.
Tuesday, February 17, 2015
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Wildlife World Zoo builds larger exhibit for big cats The new jaguar enclosure at Wildlife World Zoo, Aquarium and Safari Park is fit for a king (or a professional athlete). Fitz, 2, who’s named after Arizona Cardinals player Larry Fitzgerald, recently moved into the much larger, two-story... + continue reading
TYLER ADAMS, 78, of Estrella Foothills rushes the passer against Fountain Hills during the 2012 season. Adams signed his national letter of intent to play football at the Air Force Academy.
TYLER ADAMS, 78, of Estrella Foothills rushes the passer against Fountain Hills during the 2012 season. Adams signed his national letter of intent to play football at the Air Force Academy.
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BRANDEN LEON of Estrella Foothills carries the ball in a 2013 game. The Wolves’ dynamic threat is going to the University of Arizona to play football as a preferred walk-on.
BRANDEN LEON of Estrella Foothills carries the ball in a 2013 game. The Wolves’ dynamic threat is going to the University of Arizona to play football as a preferred walk-on.
Tuesday, February 17, 2015
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Adams heading to Air Force, Leon to U of A Estrella Foothills put together one of its best football seasons in program history last year, and some of its players have been justly rewarded. Defensive end Tyler Adams earned a scholarship to play for the Air Force Academy, and running back/wide... + continue reading
THE VIEW’S PRESS counts finished papers. Papers are bundled into counts of 26 or 52 to be delivered in homes across the West Valley.
THE VIEW’S PRESS counts finished papers. Papers are bundled into counts of 26 or 52 to be delivered in homes across the West Valley.
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PATTI LEWIS OF GOODYEAR shows off some of her buttons Tuesday in Avondale. Lewis is a member of the Button Hooks Button Club, which is hosting this year’s Button Show Saturday at the Hilton Garden Inn in Avondale. View photo by David Weibel
PATTI LEWIS OF GOODYEAR shows off some of her buttons Tuesday in Avondale. Lewis is a member of the Button Hooks Button Club, which is hosting this year’s Button Show Saturday at the Hilton Garden Inn in Avondale. View photo by David Weibel
FITZ, a 2-year-old jaguar, relaxes in his new home Feb. 7 at the Wildlife World Zoo, Aquarium and Safari Park in Waddell. The new enclosure is bigger than the previous one Fitz lived in, and also comes complete with a companion, 1-year-old Keira. The two cats are still getting used to each other. Read the story on Page 3.
FITZ, a 2-year-old jaguar, relaxes in his new home Feb. 7 at the Wildlife World Zoo, Aquarium and Safari Park in Waddell. The new enclosure is bigger than the previous one Fitz lived in, and also comes complete with a companion, 1-year-old Keira. The two cats are still getting used to each other. Read the story on Page 3.
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FITZ, a 2-year-old jaguar, eyes his keeper Feb. 11 at the Wildlife World Zoo, Aquarium and Safari Park in Waddell. Fitz recently moved into a new, larger exhibit.
FITZ, a 2-year-old jaguar, eyes his keeper Feb. 11 at the Wildlife World Zoo, Aquarium and Safari Park in Waddell. Fitz recently moved into a new, larger exhibit.
TYLER ADAMS, 78, of Estrella Foothills rushes the passer against Fountain Hills during the 2012 season. Adams signed his national letter of intent to play football at the Air Force Academy.
TYLER ADAMS, 78, of Estrella Foothills rushes the passer against Fountain Hills during the 2012 season. Adams signed his national letter of intent to play football at the Air Force Academy.
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BRANDEN LEON of Estrella Foothills carries the ball in a 2013 game. The Wolves’ dynamic threat is going to the University of Arizona to play football as a preferred walk-on.
BRANDEN LEON of Estrella Foothills carries the ball in a 2013 game. The Wolves’ dynamic threat is going to the University of Arizona to play football as a preferred walk-on.

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LYNDZE WALBERG of Estrella Foothills dribbles upcourt in a game earlier this season. The Lady Wolves struggled to shoot in Saturday night’s second-round Division III state tournament game, losing to Thatcher, 48-36.
LYNDZE WALBERG of Estrella Foothills dribbles upcourt in a game earlier this season. The Lady Wolves struggled to shoot in Saturday night’s second-round Division III state tournament game, losing to Thatcher, 48-36.
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Estrella Foothills picked the worst possible time to have its poorest half of the season. The Lady Wolves were sloppy on offense and struggled to defend in the opening 16 minutes against... + continue reading
MALIK WILLIAMS, 10, of La Joya bodies himself into a Nogales player during Saturday night’s game. The Lobos lost 71-64 and were eliminated from the Division II state playoffs.
MALIK WILLIAMS, 10, of La Joya bodies himself into a Nogales player during Saturday night’s game. The Lobos lost 71-64 and were eliminated from the Division II state playoffs.
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TAKARA WADE, with ball, of Millennium tries to jump past Gilbert’s Lucy Guerrette, 21, while Leah Strittmatter defends from behind. The Lady Tigers outscored visiting Gilbert 19-3 in the opening quarter and went on to a convincing 56-36 victory, which puts them in the Division I state quarterfinals.
TAKARA WADE, with ball, of Millennium tries to jump past Gilbert’s Lucy Guerrette, 21, while Leah Strittmatter defends from behind. The Lady Tigers outscored visiting Gilbert 19-3 in the opening quarter and went on to a convincing 56-36 victory, which puts them in the Division I state quarterfinals.
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JOSH TAFOYA, top, of Westview holds the ball over Millennium’s Brian Brooks in a game Jan. 20. The Knights won their opening round Division I state tournament game against Brophy in overtime, but lost in Round 2 to Chaparral.
JOSH TAFOYA, top, of Westview holds the ball over Millennium’s Brian Brooks in a game Jan. 20. The Knights won their opening round Division I state tournament game against Brophy in overtime, but lost in Round 2 to Chaparral.
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Judi Austen-Meyers Judi Austen-Meyers, 75, of Buckeye died Feb. 16, 2015, at her home. Mrs. Austen-Meyers was born in Ithaca, N.Y. She spent 23 years working for the Department of Defense and... + continue reading