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A cautionary message as summer begins

Anyone who shrugs off news about a non-fatal child drowning as a momentary scare might want to talk to Brandi Stoll. As the Ahwatukee woman has often explained on social media, near-drownings can shake parents to the core, often with long-term consequences for a child and their family. A 2-year-old...
CHANDLER, AZ
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East Valley Tribune

Arizona mourns Mayor Gail Barney

Queen Creek Mayor Gail Barney, whose public service had an impact far beyond the town that was his home since he was 6 months old, died June 23 after a months-long battle with a lung infection. He was 74. Tributes from across the state, including the Governor’s Office, not only...
QUEEN CREEK, AZ
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East Valley Tribune

Commuter rail opponents make their pitch

Some residents are not onboard with commuter rail. On June 22, citizens gathered at the Heritage Academy Gateway to hear arguments against a commuter rail for the area. Gilbert Vice Mayor Aimee Yentes hosted the event and Queen Creek Councilwoman Leah Martineau spoke out on the issue. Martineau said no...
GILBERT, AZ
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Just Chilly’s Flight Club 7-On-7 Notebook

Right off the bat, I want to say that I’m not a 7-on-7 football kind of guy. It’s not my cup of tea, I’d rather watch football in full pads during practices and come fall. However, the community aspect that Just Chilly brings with his Flight Club...
CHANDLER, AZ
East Valley Tribune

QC Chamber offers internship opportunities

College students looking for some real-world job experience might want to contact the Queen Creek Chamber of Commerce. The Chamber is looking for college interns for summer or fall 2022 who are interested in communication, journalism or video editing. This is an unpaid internship and can be used towards college...
QUEEN CREEK, AZ
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Stars come out for Section 7 basketball tourney

Hundreds of college coaches attended the recent Section 7 tournament and doled out college scholarship offers to deserving players who shined on the biggest stage of June high school basketball. The event drew over 500 college coaches, including Arizona’s Tommy Lloyd, Arizona State’s Bobby Hurley, Georgetown’s Patrick Ewing, Memphis’ Penny Hardaway and many more, who were looking to scout some of the top players in the nation.
CHANDLER, AZ
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Historic EV restaurant moves to Chandler

It’s not often a 55-year-old restaurant gets to celebrate a grand opening, but that’s what La Fonda Mexican Restaurant did recently. The popular family-owned eatery decided to move to Chandler after decades of operating in Tempe. “My sister and I we found this location,” said Angela Cota, who...
CHANDLER, AZ
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Arizona Rescuers Save Kitten Stuck in Rising Waters Inside 20-Foot Storm Drain

A 10-week-old cat is in recovery after rescuers found him treading climbing waters in a 20-foot storm drain in Arizona. The Arizona Humane Society's Emergency Animal Medical Technicians™ (EAMTs) and the Chandler Fire Department found and rescued the little feline and named him Augustus Gloop, the Arizona Humane Society (AHS) said in a press release shared with PEOPLE.
CHANDLER, AZ
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City of Chandler supports Heat Relief Network

In an effort to provide relief from the intense heat, the City of Chandler has partnered with the Maricopa Association of Governments’ Heat Relief Network. The Heat Relief Network includes multiple partners across the Valley — municipal governments, community organizations and nonprofits — all joining forces to open cooling or hydration stations for those in need to get water and heat relief.
CHANDLER, AZ
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