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Pieceful Solutions will have an opening celebration on July 16 for its new campus in Gilbert tailored to autistic students.
A former Williams Field High School diver was among six victims of a fiery, head-on collision that occurred during one of Utah's deadliest Fourth of July weekends in the past two decades, authorities said Monday.
The topic du jour for education is STEM, the abbreviation for science, technology, engineering and mathematics. The reason for the focus is illustrated simply by the future demand for jobs within the four topics; projections by the U.S. Department of Education anticipate careers in STEM will increase exponentially this decade. Biomedical engineering positions alone are expected to jump by 62 percent.
Independence Day celebrations typically include barbecues and some involvement with fireworks, whether it is viewing a show done by professionals or launching them illegally, or, at the least, unsafely.
A trial is set for September in the case of a former Highland High School Junior ROTC instructor accused of engaging in sexual misconduct with one of his students.
Several East Valley teams will converge on Tempe High for the eighth annual Best in Basketball Summer Invitational from June 26-28.
Remember the film “Clueless”? It could easily describe the brief but notable career of Daryl Colvin on the Gilbert Public School board.
Two East Valley athletes finished in the top three in their respective event at a prestigious national track meet on Saturday.
Chandler High School’s Ky Westbrook received a rather nondescript box in the mail. Inside the box was a small jigsaw puzzle containing a message, a message she was elated to see.
Since childhood, photographer Charles King has been captivated by the passion and perseverance of the pioneers and cowboys of the Old West. He believes that fierce determination lives on in Arizona’s high school cowgirls — the subject of his exhibition on display at Art Intersection through Saturday, June 21.
One of the funniest quirks Gilbert resident Marieke Davis possesses is her interest in the arts. It’s not because of her artistic talent — a recent win in a national poster contest proves she has skill — but from the way she expresses herself artistically.
One of the most reliable sights from a Red Mountain High School softball game over much of the last four years was Jane Macha, sitting in the stands and cheering on her daughter Breanna. She had a lot to cheer about during those days: The Mountain Lions had won four consecutive state championships, with Breanna contributing mightily during the last three matchups. Breanna dominated game after game after game, taking her mother’s advice to give it all she had to heart.
It's not your average driving range.
I’m thinking a lot about Father’s Day this year.
“I can hardly wait for the Tribune to start printing letters from homeowners in the new Eastmark development complaining about noise from Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport and suggesting that it be shut down. Here’s a crazy idea – if you don’t want to live next to an airport, don’t buy a house next to an airport.”
Just a few points prevented Nila Dhinaker from attaining her goal of reaching the top 40 in the nation’s most prestigious spelling bee last month. That leaves her a year to take a second shot at a more favorable outcome.
Voters from Gilbert and the surrounding area had an opportunity to meet candidates vying to represent the two local school boards during a special forum at the Higley Center for the Performing Arts on June 5.
The number of college-level tests taken by Higley High students has placed the school on the Washington Post’s 2014 list, ‘America’s Most Challenging High School.’
Daniel Hollands needed a break from tennis, so he took one.
There was a letter in a Valley publication recently in which a reader expressed her thoughts and characterized my behavior. It was quite off the mark, but I would like to publicly make a couple points about one of her statements that she almost got right.
Students at Highland High School in Gilbert continued its tradition of donating blood to a state organization, and they ended up donating more than any other school in the state.