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Tuesday, July 28, 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
PAUL HEIDEN, a fourth-generation Buckeye cattle rancher, talks about being selected for Project CENTRL July 24 at his farm. Project CENTRL focuses on promoting rural leadership in Arizona. View photo by Jordan Christopher
PAUL HEIDEN, a fourth-generation Buckeye cattle rancher, talks about being selected for Project CENTRL July 24 at his farm. Project CENTRL focuses on promoting rural leadership in Arizona. View photo by Jordan Christopher
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ED GERAK, general manager of the Buckeye Water Conservation District, stands over a canal July 24 in Buckeye. Gerak was selected to participate in Project CENTRL, a one-year educational program that promotes leadership development experience to serve and provide a voice for rural communities in the state. (Below) Buckeye cattle farmer Paul Heiden gets some attention from one of his horses July 24 on his farm. The fourth-generation farmer was also chosen to participate in Project CENTRL. View photos by Jorda
ED GERAK, general manager of the Buckeye Water Conservation District, stands over a canal July 24 in Buckeye. Gerak was selected to participate in Project CENTRL, a one-year educational program that promotes leadership development experience to serve and provide a voice for rural communities in the state. (Below) Buckeye cattle farmer Paul Heiden gets some attention from one of his horses July 24 on his farm. The fourth-generation farmer was also chosen to participate in Project CENTRL. View photos by Jordan Christopher
Monday, July 27, 2015
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2 Buckeye men selected to participate in leadership program Ed Gerak, general manager of the Buckeye Water Conservation & Drainage District, and Paul Heiden, manager at the Heiden Land and Cattle Co. in Buckeye, are taking part in Class XXIV of the Center for Rural Leadership. The Center for... + continue reading
ARIZONA RBI JUNIOR TEAM takes a team photo at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles. The team won the West Region tournament with a 1-0 victory in the championship game. Submitted photo
ARIZONA RBI JUNIOR TEAM takes a team photo at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles. The team won the West Region tournament with a 1-0 victory in the championship game. Submitted photo
Friday, July 24, 2015
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U-15 team headed to RBI World Series Arizona RBI baseball had a banner weekend July 17-19, and both of its teams are heading to the RBI World Series as a result. The under-15 junior team swept its five games in the West Regional, including a 1-0 victory in the championship game over Dodgers RBI,... + continue reading
EDUARDO AGUILERA, right, Odyssey Institute freshman, plays his group’s business idea — a bilingual board game called “HUH?” — with Arizona State University panel members Trisha Gonzales, left, and German Cadenas July 17 at the Buckeye Coyote Branch Library. The team that created the game was awarded $100 in seed money during a competition at the end of the two-week teen entrepreneurship program. View photo by Jordan Christopher
EDUARDO AGUILERA, right, Odyssey Institute freshman, plays his group’s business idea — a bilingual board game called “HUH?” — with Arizona State University panel members Trisha Gonzales, left, and German Cadenas July 17 at the Buckeye Coyote Branch Library. The team that created the game was awarded $100 in seed money during a competition at the end of the two-week teen entrepreneurship program. View photo by Jordan Christopher
Friday, July 24, 2015
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Imagine “Shark Tank,” but for high school students. Fifteen Buckeye high school students competed for money to start their products and businesses in a more subdued “Shark Tank” atmosphere as part of the Youth Entrepreneurship Outreach Network summer camp July 17 at Skysong... + continue reading
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Thursday, July 23, 2015
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Goodyear man serving aboard USS Louisiana Petty Officer 3rd Class Brandon Booth of Goodyear is a sonar technician on the USS Louisiana. He is responsible for keeping the vessel safe by being the eyes and ears while underwater. The USS Louisiana is one of the Navy’s 14 Ohio-class ballistic... + continue reading
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PAUL HEIDEN, a fourth-generation Buckeye cattle rancher, talks about being selected for Project CENTRL July 24 at his farm. Project CENTRL focuses on promoting rural leadership in Arizona. View photo by Jordan Christopher
PAUL HEIDEN, a fourth-generation Buckeye cattle rancher, talks about being selected for Project CENTRL July 24 at his farm. Project CENTRL focuses on promoting rural leadership in Arizona. View photo by Jordan Christopher
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ED GERAK, general manager of the Buckeye Water Conservation District, stands over a canal July 24 in Buckeye. Gerak was selected to participate in Project CENTRL, a one-year educational program that promotes leadership development experience to serve and provide a voice for rural communities in the state. (Below) Buckeye cattle farmer Paul Heiden gets some attention from one of his horses July 24 on his farm. The fourth-generation farmer was also chosen to participate in Project CENTRL. View photos by Jorda
ED GERAK, general manager of the Buckeye Water Conservation District, stands over a canal July 24 in Buckeye. Gerak was selected to participate in Project CENTRL, a one-year educational program that promotes leadership development experience to serve and provide a voice for rural communities in the state. (Below) Buckeye cattle farmer Paul Heiden gets some attention from one of his horses July 24 on his farm. The fourth-generation farmer was also chosen to participate in Project CENTRL. View photos by Jordan Christopher
ARIZONA RBI JUNIOR TEAM takes a team photo at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles. The team won the West Region tournament with a 1-0 victory in the championship game. Submitted photo
ARIZONA RBI JUNIOR TEAM takes a team photo at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles. The team won the West Region tournament with a 1-0 victory in the championship game. Submitted photo
EDUARDO AGUILERA, right, Odyssey Institute freshman, plays his group’s business idea — a bilingual board game called “HUH?” — with Arizona State University panel members Trisha Gonzales, left, and German Cadenas July 17 at the Buckeye Coyote Branch Library. The team that created the game was awarded $100 in seed money during a competition at the end of the two-week teen entrepreneurship program. View photo by Jordan Christopher
EDUARDO AGUILERA, right, Odyssey Institute freshman, plays his group’s business idea — a bilingual board game called “HUH?” — with Arizona State University panel members Trisha Gonzales, left, and German Cadenas July 17 at the Buckeye Coyote Branch Library. The team that created the game was awarded $100 in seed money during a competition at the end of the two-week teen entrepreneurship program. View photo by Jordan Christopher
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An El Mirage man is in jail after allegedly leading law enforcement officers on a 32-mile pursuit July 23 through the West Valley, officials said. Burnell Turner, 57, was pulled over by an Arizona... + continue reading

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ZACH GRIMSLEY of Estrella Foothills runs during a cross country meet at Youngker High School last season. Grimsley is one of several athletes who has participated in Estrella’s summer running program, which helps prepare athletes for the upcoming season. View photo by Casey Pritchard
ZACH GRIMSLEY of Estrella Foothills runs during a cross country meet at Youngker High School last season. Grimsley is one of several athletes who has participated in Estrella’s summer running program, which helps prepare athletes for the upcoming season. View photo by Casey Pritchard
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Summer runs build team camaraderie The Estrella Foothills runners have been battling the sun to see who will get up to start the day first this summer. Every Monday, Wednesday and Thursday at 6:30... + continue reading
JEREMIAH WELLS, 5, and Nino Heiden, bottom, of Youngker defend Estrella Foothills’ David McCray during a game last season. The Roughriders had several young players compete with them during summer workouts and tournaments.View photo by Ray Thomas
JEREMIAH WELLS, 5, and Nino Heiden, bottom, of Youngker defend Estrella Foothills’ David McCray during a game last season. The Roughriders had several young players compete with them during summer workouts and tournaments.View photo by Ray Thomas
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BUCKEYE SIBLINGS Codey, left, and Jessilee James are headed to nationals for the third time. View file photo
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Jack Wendel Godebu Jack Wendel Godebu, 76, of Goodyear died July 20, 2015, at Abrazo West Campus in Goodyear. Mr. Godebu was born May 26, 1939, in Stromstad, Sweden, to Gully and Vendel Godebu.... + continue reading

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