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Drivers heading across Arizona for the holidays didn’t have to pay as much at the pump as they did the week prior.
Basha’s wrestling team is off to a very solid start. After finishing eighth in last year’s state tournament the Bears are looking to improve on that finish this year.
There’s a new kind of workout available in Mesa, for those who think they are up to the task. Fans of the Ultimate Fighting Championship, the world’s largest promoter of the sport of mixed martial arts, will recognize immediately the brand name association of UFC Gym Mesa, on the corner of South Ellsworth and East Broadway roads.
A community-based gift drive organized by the East Valley Tribune ended this week with more than 450 donations to Cardon Children’s Medical Center.
Rex Bowser sits down at a small table in the corner of a Starbucks in Chandler. The longtime Seton Catholic football coach sips his coffee in a laid-back, relaxed manner and begins to tell the story of his more than four-decade-long career.
When it comes to boys soccer, the East Valley is loaded in Division I, while Division II and III look to catch up and represent the Valley in the playoffs.
Sticky cheeks, dirty hands, and smiling faces.
In the commentary by Barry Goldwater Jr., “Yet another ‘dark money’ group attacks Arizona solar,” printed in the Dec. 7 East Valley Tribune, he makes a false claim that “rooftop solar represents the only real competition utilities have ever faced.”
Drivers across Arizona, including the East Valley, continue to feel the benefits of the recent decline in fuel prices.
Chabad of the East Valley will celebrate Hanukkah with a Menorah lighting event at Phoenix Premium Outlets on Dec. 17.
The American Red Cross has scheduled several blood drives in the East Valley throughout December and into the beginning of 2015.
There is no shortage of “dark money” groups willing to do the bidding of utility monopolies such as Arizona Public Service (APS). The 60 Plus Association, The Free Enterprise Club, and Arizonans for Jobs hide behind conservative-sounding names while arguing against energy choice and energy independence. Add one more group willing to do the bidding of utility monopolies. The Taxpayers Protection Alliance, based in Virginia, seemed compelled to write a guest editorial published Nov. 30 in the East Valley Tribune, which slams solar power.
With football season finally over, local high school stadiums are now filled with soccer games. The East Valley is loaded with girls teams capable of making deep playoff runs on the pitch.
Boys Runner(s) of the Year:
It has been a great year for football in the East Valley. For starters, Chandler High brought a state title home for the school’s first championship in 65 years. Hamilton also has a successful season, going 12-2, reaching the state finals and coming up just short to the Wolves.
Spending time with family is a major part of the holiday season and oftentimes that includes the four-legged members of our families as well. But not every animal has a home for the holidays and many are in shelters like Maricopa County Animal Care & Control’s East Valley shelter in Mesa and Lost Our Home Pet Foundation in Tempe.
Featuring sponsored content from leaders in the East Valley medical community — many sharing their stories of success — 'East Valley Health & Wellness' is a special publication of the East Valley Tribune.
Valley Metro and Tempe officials reassured residents concerned about the costs and consequences of the city’s planned streetcar system at an occasionally contentious question-and-answer meeting on Monday, Dec. 1, at the Tempe Transportation Center, saying the project would be an economic boon and sometimes defending it to a few sharply skeptical questioners.
People who donate blood at locations across the East Valley in December can receive a free cheese pizza from a well-regarded pizza joint.
As the temperature gets colder and the fall sports finish, it becomes time for basketball and the rest of the winter sports to start. Girls basketball is strong in the East Valley and looks to be the same again this year as Desert Vista, Hamilton, Dobson and Mesquite look to rule Division I while Seton Catholic looks to continue its dominance of Division II and Valley Christian tries to finish what it started a year ago in Division III.
Ann Wilcox’s daily routine looks like any other American Muslim woman’s. She covers her head with a hijab, abstains from alcohol and pork, and rises before sunrise to perform the first of her five daily prayers.
Player of the Year:
A SWAT team will help Mesa police officers and firefighters break down the doors of Cardon Children’s Medical Center on Dec. 10. Their mission: deliver toys to ill children of the East Valley.