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Jim Ball, left, joined the Crestview Riders a few months ago when he moved to Sun City West. Friend and fellow rider, Faye Fray said she was worried about him when he first started riding with the group. She said he would get winded.
Jim Ball, left, joined the Crestview Riders a few months ago when he moved to Sun City West. Since then he has lost 65 pounds, which he attributes to the bicycling and consultation with a nutritionist friend. Tuesday, he rode with Don Baumann and a few others through the streets of Sun City Grand.
Jim Ball found a lifesaving lifestyle change when he moved to Sun City West late last summer. He started riding his bicycle every morning with the Crestview Riders and in four months, Ball has lost almost 65 pounds, slimming down from 272. “Being a part of this club has helped save my life,” Ball said. Ball decided to join the Crestview Riders after living in Sun City West for a couple of weeks. He used to ride a bicycle with his family twice a month but not daily.
A Chandler fire displaced five to seven people living in four apartments early Saturday morning, fire officials said.
Is America about to explode, is it a bubbling cauldron about to erupt? How much more deceit, betrayal, outright perjury from elected officials, media, and talking heads can be tolerated before the insanity becomes the catalyst for an event no one wants? At some point the enemy within shall be checked!
April 5, 2008: Each week, the Tribune takes a snapshot of the East Valley housing market - comparing what you can get for your money in different neighborhoods.
Chandler’s matching grant program is now available to the entire city.
If you’re planning to see holiday lights this season, several spectacular light displays outside the East Valley play off the cultural history and natural landscape of Arizona. Here are three suggestions that might require a little planning:
Freezing temperatures hit northern Florida on Monday morning, readings dropped below zero across West Virginia and snow made mountain highways treacherous as the first big cold wave of the season swept southward.
Fountain Hills is becoming a new destination for luxury housing. Consider this: Not one house in Fountain Hills sold for more than $3 million since the town’s founding nearly 25 years ago.
Fountain Hills is becoming a new destination for luxury housing.
September 5, 2004
For nearly 30 years, a hazardous waste facility near the edge of southwest Chandler has been storing and processing tens of thousands of gallons of highly toxic material.