Golf tournament benefits Apache Junction Chamber of Commerce scholarship program

The Republic Services Superstition Open Golf Tournament presented by the Apache Junction Chamber of Commerce will tee off Saturday, May 12, at the Superstition Springs Golf Club in east Mesa. “At the Apache Junction Chamber of Commerce, we focus on creating a community that is vibrant and economically prosperous – not just by supporting local […]

Lifeguard training, karate, other classes in Apache Junction

Recreation classes offered by the Apache Junction Parks and Recreation Department include the following: Junior Guard Training: The Apache Junction Parks and Recreation Department’s junior lifeguard class for ages 11-15 is designed to teach basic rescue techniques, assist in enforcement of pool rules and regulations during open swim, aquatic facility operations, and help assist in […]

School board March 27 to vote on football team traveling to California

A trip in August with 40 Apache Junction High School football players and 15 coaches for a game northwest of Los Angeles is to be considered at the Tuesday, March 27, meeting of the Apache Junction Unified School District Governing Board. The meeting begins at 6 p.m. in the AJUSD board room at 1575 W. Southern […]

Spring training baseball games in Phoenix metro area

Cactus League baseball games can be seen at 10 stadiums in the Phoenix metro area, including two in Mesa (Sloan Park, 2330 W. Rio Salado Parkway, with the Chicago Cubs; and Hohokam Stadium, 1235 N Center St., with the Oakland A’s.) Ticket prices and times are at http://www.cactusleague.com. Sloan Park facility facts, according to the […]

Lost Dutchman Days Rodeo pays out more than $20,000

Winners of the Feb. 23-25 Lost Dutchman Days Rodeo in Apache Junction shared a combined payout of more than $20,400, according to official results from the Grand Canyon Professional Rodeo Association. The following winners are listed by event, place, name, time/score and prize amount. Each payoff was based on the payoff schedule per event; if […]

Staying current in the evolving landscape of the golf industry

Change. In an industry as steeped in tradition as golf this can be a difficult and dreaded word, but one that is necessary and should be embraced for the continued success of the game. As we look forward to a new year and I contemplate what the future holds for private golf clubs, change is […]

Classes offered at Superstition Shadows Aquatic Center

Though the temperatures have been cooler these past few weeks, we all know that the heat is right around the corner. If you have a pre-teen or teenager, why not have them work at the pool this summer? The pool is a fun environment to work in and we have opportunities for youth 11 years […]

Apache Junction Parks and Recreation activities

The following are activities scheduled by the Apache Junction Parks and Recreation Department: Junior Guard Training: The Apache Junction Parks and Recreation Department’s junior lifeguard class for ages 11-15 is designed to teach basic rescue techniques, assist in enforcement of pool rules and regulations during open swim, aquatic facility operations, and help assist in the […]

296 entries in Feb. 18 Lost Dutchman Marathon

  There were 296 entries in the Feb. 18 Lost Dutchman Marathon, according to https://www.athlinks.com/event/3213/results/Event/627341/Course/963982/Results. The top three winners by name, place overall, place by gender, division, pace and time were: Anthony Kunkel, 25, of Durango, Colorado, 1, 1, 1, 6:14 minutes per mile, 02:42:58 Sam Johnson, 23, of Phoenix, Arizona, 2, 2, 1, 6:37 […]

Wanette Wilson, Rodney Wayne, Jena Dawn national anthem singers at Lost Dutchman Days rodeo

National anthem singers: Friday, Feb. 23, is Wanette Wilson; Saturday, Feb. 24, is Rodney Wayne; and Sunday, Feb. 25, is Jena Dawn. Ms. Wilson is the 2001-02 Miss Arizona High School Rodeo Queen. She works as an equine veterinarian assistant . You may also find her behind a microphone belting out the National Anthem for […]