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Cherie Wheeler will turn 100 years old on April 29. Wheeler has lived a storied life, assisting families in her native country of Belgium during the Holocaust.
Casey Murph of the H Bar Y Ranch, Navajo County, Est. 1904.
Chandler Chamber of Commerce President Terri Kimble discusses the chambers top 100 businesses and stakeholders and the role they play in the community during its 6th Annual Top 100 recognition banquet at the Hilton Chandler on Tuesday. [Mike Sakal/Tribune]
Deb Webster (2nd from left), legacy asset services manager for Bank of America in Chandler, receives a certificate of recognition at the Chandler Chamber of Commerce’s Top 100 banquet at the Hilton Chandler on Tuesday. Pictured in the center is Jim Jordan, chairman of the Chandler chamber of Commerce’s board of directors and Chandler Mayor Jay Tibshraeny (far right). The Bank of America branches in Chandler are ranked fifth among the chamber’s top 100 businesses. [Mike Sakal/Tribune]
Erika Stueber, a language arts teacher at South Valley Junior high in Gilbert, left, and Dave Hayward, a Highland high school sports medicine teacher, apply a sticker on the back window of a vehicle showing support of Prop. 100 outside the Gilbert Civic Center.
Erika Stueber, a language arts teacher at South Valley Junior high in Gilbert, left, and Dave Hayward, a Highland High school sports medicine teacher, apply a sticker on the back window of a vehical showing support of Prop. 100, outside the Gilbert Civic Center, Wednesday May 5, 2010 in Gilbert.
More than 200 residents over the age of 90 gathered Jan. 30, 2013 at Friendship Village in Tempe to celebrate their longevity. [Stacie Spring/Tribune]
Barbara Richards, 93, talks with friends at a celebration for residents over the age of 90 gathered Thursday at Friendship Village in Tempe. [Stacie Spring/Tribune]
John Andes, 102, smiles after the celebration Thursday at Friendship Village in Tempe to celebrate the nonagenarian and centenarian residents. [Stacie Spring/Tribune]
Marilyn Johnson, 90, raises a flute of champagne with other nonagenarians and centenarians at Friendship Village in Tempe to celebrate their longevity. [Stacie Spring/Tribune]
Ike Parrish of Mesa will spending his 100th birthday doing the same thing he's done the last 68 years - attend a Rotary Club meeting.
Stephen Hays Russell, guest commentary
Her son and daughter-in-law were having trouble deciding on the perfect present because, really, how often do 100-year birthdays roll around?
Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer celebrates Tuesday at the Proposition 100 watch party at Madison Middle School in Phoenix.
The Arizona Republic made another round of layoffs Thursday as part of Gannett Co.'s overall cut of 1,400 jobs at its newspapers.
Search the top 100 highest paid public employees list in Maricopa and Pinal county. *Elected officials are not included.
The country’s economic downturn and the rising cost to do business have forced a local grocer to bag approximately 100 employees.
Mao Xedong’s austere brand of communism long gone, the Chinese have stampeded to embrace worldly goods — especially the car. Thus, The New York Times recently reported, the residents of Shanghai "have displayed an American-style passion for the automobile."
ST. LOUIS - Cross-marketing and multimedia weren’t the buzzwords they are now when, 100 years ago, a suburban St. Louis shoe company took a chance and bought licensing rights to a comic strip character.
Casey Fossum is spending the weekend at Bank One Ballpark, throwing a bullpen session under the watch of Diamondbacks coaches and having his surgically repaired shoulder checked out by team doctors.
DEARBORN, Mich. - Henry Ford invented neither the automobile nor the assembly line, but his influence on those and other innovations laid the foundation for a company that, in a sense, put the world in motion and changed America forever.
The Tribune recently reported on the resurgence of the budget-priced Pabst Blue Ribbon (about $12 a case) as the drink of choice for the twentysomething set.
During the 100th anniversary of Girl Scouting, they are celebrating the impact Girl Scouts has made since 1912. On Dec. 1, Girl Scouts Arizona Cactus-Pine Council (GSACPC) invites the community to the Women & Young Women of Distinction Awards ceremony, where they will acknowledge how they empower girls to reach their full potential. At the ceremony, Leadership, Visionary and Courage Awards will be given to three women and three young women, characterizing their impact on the community.