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By Murray Siegel Americans have been debating for decades how to improve the quality of public education. A series of recent events have pointed out...

Oktoberfest, one of the biggest, most extensive, annual parties in the world, is a staple of the Bavarian region of Germany. It inspires much...

Keri Berardinelli is the owner of Lotus Evolutions Studio and moved to Maricopa from Ohio this year. (Meet more of your Maricopa neighbors in...

A counseling department plays a vital role in a school’s ability to meet the needs of all students. Maricopa Unified School District’s Counseling Department...

By Danielle Nelson Now that I have graduated high school and am off to college, I want to share things I learned that will help...

Tangeca Wells is a certified family nurse practitioner who moved to Maricopa a year ago from Flagstaff. (Meet more of your Maricopa neighbors in...

The Maricopa High School swim team defeated Benjamin Franklin Thursday in a home meet. The boys won 104-43 and the girls won 82-78. Junior Olivia Byers...

By Angela Askey Executive Director Public Relations and Marketing Central Arizona College welcomes children’s author Roni Capin Rivera-Ashford as a presenter for the Intercultural Lecture Series...

By Kristina Donnay, FNP-C Maricopa father-daughter team Bill Day and Kristina Donnay, FNP-C, opened Maricopa Wellness Center in April 2019 to provide first-class aesthetics services...

By Bernadette Russoniello Every October students across the country put their academic merit to the test through the PSAT/NMSQT assessment provided by the College Board....

The Maricopa High School Marching Rams performed at the AzMBA Rainer Classic at Mesquite High School in Gilbert Oct. 5. The performance showed significant improvement...

By Joan Koczor Some of us are reaching that stage of our life when we are considering downsizing. Some are looking forward to removing the...

Though holding their own in the first quarter and starting with a 2-0 lead, the Maricopa High School football Rams had a mountain to...

The Sequoia Pathway varsity football team won its fifth straight game Friday, a 34-6 victory over ASU Prep. It was also senior night for...

The Sequoia Pathway volleyball team ended its regular season Thursday with a tough home win over Desert Heights 3-2. The victory put the girls’...

  The Maricopa High School boys' and girls' swim teams defeated Combs in a home meet at Copper Sky Thursday, with Connor Schrader setting another...

Maricopans and former Maricopans are busy on college football fields around the country. Some are remembered for their gridiron days at Maricopa High School...

By Merry Grace There seems to be a lot of wrong information being tossed around on the upcoming bond election for Maricopa Unified School District....

By Alan Marchione Here we go again. This November, taxpayers once again find themselves badgered by the Maricopa Unified School District on what percentage of...

All Maricopa High School runners competing in Friday’s Nike Desert Twilight Cross Country Festival, a multi-state meet in Casa Grande, posted personal-best times. Competing in...

By Ioanna T. Morfessis, Ph.D. Senior Advisor, Maricopa Economic Development Alliance Maricopans are rightfully proud of the phenomenal community they call home.  Maricopa citizens have brought committed...

Everything that worked for the Maricopa High School football team in its 49-12 win over winless Central a week ago did not work at...

Maricopa Unified School District shone its September spotlight on students, staff and community members during the governing board's Wednesday meeting. Each month, one student from...

After hearing data from its Transportation Department earlier this month, Maricopa Unified School District Governing Board gave approval for the purchase of seven vehicles...

The Harrah’s Ak-Chin Casino High Roller Team hosted a bake sale on Sept. 12 to raise funds for the Susan G. Koman 3-Day. The High...

Maricopa High School swimmers showed marked improvement in their re-match with Apache Junction in a Tuesday meet hosted by Saguaro. That included two more school...

Now with the confidence of having future storage and display space for their many items of historical significance to the community, Maricopa Historical Society...

A helicopter, firetruck, construction equipment, police, superheroes, Smoky Bear, face-painting, petting zoos, dunk tanks, games, activities, vendor booths, mascots, youth entertainers, presentations and more...

A taste of the reality of poverty was on the menu at the inaugural Hunger Banquet at Central Arizona College on Friday. Those who attended...

IF YOU GO What: ArtsFest Maricopa “Music & Movement” When: Oct. 19, 7 p.m. (doors open 6 p.m.) Where: MHS Performing Arts Center, 45012 W. Honeycutt Ave. How...