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A Mesa man who fired a shotgun into the forest, sparking a nearly 18,000-acre wildfire, has pleaded guilty to a pair of federal charges.
A Mesa man accused of starting a nearly 18,000-acre wildfire in the Tonto National Forest is set for a change of plea hearing.
PHOENIX (AP) — A Mesa man will stand trial in September on charges that he started the nearly 18,000-acre Sunflower Fire in the Tonto National Forest after he fired a shotgun loaded with a flame-throwing shell.
A Mesa man has been charged with starting a wildfire that burned about 28 square miles near Payson after he fired a shotgun loaded with a flame-throwing shell, federal prosecutors announced Monday.
Many of the top players from last year's boys volleyball season are moving on. But the top teams aren't going anywhere. Although it's a new group individually among the cream of the crop, the top programs aren't going to rebuild this year - they'll just reload.
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An improbable rash of bad luck has hit the Mesa Community College women’s basketball program recently, with the latest robbing the club of a top player for likely the remainder of the season.
Second-ranked Scottsdale Community College defeated the top-ranked team in the country in semifinal play of the NJCAA Division II national volleyball tournament Saturday, but it fell to sixth-seeded Kirkwood (Iowa) Community College in the finals at Owens Junior College in Toledo, Ohio.
Western States Football League insiders agree that former Red Mountain High School assistant Dan Dunn not only was the right man for the vacant Mesa Community College coaching job, but he was also the guy who could turn the struggling program around immediately.
Scottsdale Community College has been hosting the 20-team Valley of the Sun Tournament this week (Thursday-today), and the volleyball tourney has come at a good time for the No. 3-ranked Artichokes.
Drew Guarneri, the men's and women's soccer coach at Chandler-Gilbert Community College, feels his most recent recruiting season was the best he's had in his six seasons at CGCC.
After finishing second from the bottom in total offense in the Western States Football League in 2002, Scottsdale Community College coach Ken Giovando plans to open up the offense.