Apache Junction tweaks city code regarding animals, fees

Changes are coming to the Apache Junction City Code regarding animals and fees after City Council gave its unanimous approval of the adjustments at its Tuesday, Dec. 4 meeting at City Hall, 300 E. Superstition Blvd. Changes to the City Code came as two separate items, which the City Council voted on each. One regarded […]

Prospector pride: Apache Junction football makes stark improvements under Vance Miller

Evolution has come quick for the Apache Junction High School football team. It wasn’t that long ago that many considered the Prospectors to be an easy game on their schedule, but it appears that’s no longer the case. AJHS recently secured a 4A Black Canyon Region title, a back-to-back accomplishment, and hasn’t lost a region […]

Water safe to drink, but test shows trihalomethanes level higher than current standard in Apache Junction Water District

Customers of the Apache Junction Water District are receiving communication regarding an exceedance of total trihalomethanes found during testing of water in the district system. The water is safe to drink and no action is needed by customers. “As required, the district is reporting to the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality that tests have shown […]

Mesa student receive scholarships from Eastern Arizona College

Eastern Arizona College’s 34th Annual Scholarship Banquet was earlier this month, which recognizes the scholastic achievements of nearly 80 EAC students, and a student from Mesa earned a scholarship. Lila Claussen of Mesa, daughter of Valerie and Larry Claussen received the Ora Deconcini-Martin Scholarship, which is presented to a returning full-time student and a new […]

Delaware Drive construction to begin Monday, Oct. 15

Construction of roadway improvements for Delaware Drive between Apache Trail and Superstition Boulevard in Apache Junction is set to begin Monday, Oct. 15. Construction is scheduled from 6 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Fridays through next spring. The road work is not expected on weekends or holidays during the construction period, according to a […]

Three men facing charges in connection to 2016 double homicide

Pinal County Sheriff’s deputies say they have arrested a known motorcycle gang member for his involvement in a 2016 double homicide. Police say Clint Wendelschafer was taken into custody near Ellsworth and Adobe Roads in Mesa just before 3 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 25. Mr. Wendelschafer was wanted for his involvement in the murder of 51-year-old […]

Apache Junction residents to see bump in water bills

Water bills for Apache Junction residents will increase to help fund three changes to the Apache Junction Water District’s water system with the changes taking effect Monday, Oct. 1. The Water District Board approved a budget Tuesday, June 19 that calls for the rates of customers within city limits to increase 2 percent, translating out […]

Apache Junction Chamber of Commerce restructures management team

The Apache Junction Chamber of Commerce recently added Heidi Geldis-Young and Rody Espanol to its team. Ms. Geldis-Young will take over as the Director of Events and Marketing while Mr, Espanol will take on the role of Territory Manager, according to a press release. Prior to her new post, Ms. Geldis-Young was the President to […]

Apache Junction to host disposal event for myriad items

The city of Apache Junction will host a household hazardous waste, white goods, electronic recycling and document shredding collection event from 8 a.m. to noon Saturday, Nov. 17 at the city’s public works operations yard, 575 E. Baseline Road. The household hazardous waste collection is for items that typically cannot be deposited into your regular […]

Fall Concerts in the Park return to Apache Junction

The city of Apache Junction Parks and Recreation department is gearing up for its 2018 Fall Concerts in the Park series where residents can bring blanket or lawn chair and attend an afternoon of music. The Fall Series of Concerts in the Park will feature the musical sounds of three different bands, according to a […]