3 Central Arizona College students earn Coca-Cola scholar honors

Three Central Arizona College students have been named 2018 Coca-Cola Community College Academic Team scholars. Sofya Pangburn, a student at the Signal Peak campus, and Berenice Pelayo, who attends the Superstition Mountain campus, received silver scholar recognition. Holly Langan of the San Tan campus is a Coca-Cola bronze scholar. The Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation sponsors the […]

Anonymous donor gives Apache Junction Food Bank $50,000 endowment

The Apache Junction Food Bank Board of Directors is pleased to announce the acceptance of a $50,000 endowment from a local anonymous philanthropist. The board has taken this opportunity to create policies forming the endowment program and to allow additional gifts to the fund. The board will also create policy to provide for effective management […]

‘Music With Friends’ March 9-10 in Gold Canyon

MountainBrook Village’s Village Voices are warming up their musical “pipes” and conducting the final rehearsals for the debut of their spring concert, “Music With Friends,” to be performed March 9 and 10 at the Superstition Center, 5782 S. Mountainbrook Drive in Gold Canyon. Friends tuning up instruments include many from the MountainBrook Band and members […]

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 […]

Jerry Donato Quartet, Broken Chair Band with the Knills at Zao theatre

Zao Theatre and Centerstage Church, 550 S. Ironwood Drive in Apache Junction, have two shows in March. They are: •The Broken Chair Band and Dennis and Carilyn Knill, 7:30 p.m. Friday, March 2. You’ve seen them perform separately all over the Valley. Tonight they combine their talents to perform “An Evening of Old Time Gospel […]

Jim Holway speaks March 14 on Arizona’s water challenges

Will water availability limit future population and economic growth in our desert environment? Jim Holway, director of the new Babbitt Center for Land and Water Policy at the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, will address that and more at the March 14 SALT Speakers Series event. The talk, co-sponsored by the Superstition Area Land Trust […]

St. Vincent de Paul Thrift Store helping customers help others

Where can you get a tremendous bargain on something you need and at the same time feed, clothe, house and heal others? At 2540 W. Apache Trail – across the street from WalMart – you can visit the St. Vincent de Paul Thrift Store, where shopping is always an adventure. Where else can you buy […]

CAC Small Business Development Center to host energy independence workshop

The Small Business Development Center at Central Arizona College is hosting an energy independence workshop with Next Generation Solar Batteries 9 a.m.-noon Tuesday, March 6, at the San Tan Campus (Room No. D118 at 3736 E. Bella Vista Road, San Tan Valley, AZ 85143). A continental breakfast will be provided at the free workshop. Topics […]

Goldwater Institute asks Arizona judge to stop collection of Pinal County tax

Lawyers for Pinal County taxpayers on Feb. 26 asked an Arizona judge to issue an order barring the county from collecting a transportation excise tax scheduled to go into effect in April. That tax, passed as Proposition 417 at the November election, is the subject of lawsuits brought by local citizens and small businesses represented […]