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The Desert Vista boys cross country kept their pack mentality even defeat.
The first of three rounds went to Corona de Sol.
For the first time in three years, there will be a new king and queen of high school cross country in Arizona.
A pending sale to a new developer could lead to the demise of the barren bones of a project that has stood for more than seven years at the intersection of the 101 and 202 in Chandler.
Authorities have arrested a man who allegedly killed his girlfriend with a baseball bat in Mesa.
The Class of 2013 at Perry High School boasts an impressive list of accomplishments.
(From left) Perry High School graduating seniors Anthony Esparza, Madeline Gloss, Nicholas Brickous and Daniel Serrano Jr. have each received mililtary academy appointments, with Esparza and Gloss heading to the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colo., and Brickous and Serrano off to the U.S. Military Academy (Army) in West Point, N.Y. [photo courtesy Perry High School]
Five local chefs have been chosen for the inaugural Ripe awards, an honor started by The Phoenix Art Museum’s Men’s Arts Council to celebrate chefs who create cuisine worthy of national recognition, exhibit passion for Phoenix’s growing culinary scene, and draw a national spotlight to the area.
Chefs Josh Hebert, Charleen Badman, Bernie Kantak, Greg LaPrad and Silvana Salcido Esparza have been named the Valley's five "edgiest" chefs to be honored at the inaugural Ripe awards Thursday, Jan. 31.
Eight of the Southwest’s most recognized and talented chefs — including one from Gilbert’s Joe’s Real BBQ — will show you how to make their favorite recipes on Eight’s Centennial Cooking Celebration.
At the risk of raising ire from fans and lovers of Hostess snacks, I have to confess: I have never been a fan of Twinkies, Ho Hos, Ding Dongs, Zingers or Suzie Q’s. And I would say, outside of eating a package of powdered-sugar doughnuts on rare occasion, I haven’t touched a Twinkie or Hostess cake in more than 30 years. They were just too sweet for me, and I never liked the taste of them.
Xavier Esparza, of Desert Vista, finishes 34th in the Boys Division I Cross Country State Championships at Cave Creek Golf Course on Saturday, Nov. 3, 2012.
Running is mostly seen as a solitary endeavor.
The Desert Vista team, from left, Tyler Bonebright, Xavier Esparza, Jacob Walimaa, Ryan Dykstra (with Alec Hoyt behind him), Zach Smith and Ryan Smith walks to the start line before the beginning of the Division I Boys Cross Country State Championships, Saturday, Nov. 3, 2012 at the Cave Creek Golf Course in Phoenix. The Thunder won the team championship. [Tim Hacker/Tribune]
Minutes before toeing the starting line on Saturday, Dani Jones will take a moment, unfold a piece of paper and try to fill the void.
If you’re looking for the Mayor of Mesa, you won’t find him inside the box of old thinking.
The cross country schedule essentially has an invitational meet every weekend, but there are some circled in red.
There is no questioning of Desert Vista’s status in the cross country circles of Arizona.
The high school cross country season opened up last week for most teams in the state.
A Gilbert man who built a fake profile on a pornographic website to get back at an elementary school administrator has been sentenced to three months in jail.
The commitment to build a $5.3 billion chip fabrication facility in Chandler’s Ocotillo region — expanding on an already significant presence in one of the East Valley’s benchmark cities — has certainly brought Intel its fair share of global and national recognition over the past year.
A Gilbert man who built a fake profile on a pornographic website to get back at a school administrator is looking at jail time.