Legacy Traditional Schools spokesman Matthew Benson says they’re “always looking for communities where we believe there is a demand for the quality education that Legacy offers.”
Results in the override and bond votes in several East Valley school districts will be known Tuesday night, but voters who haven’t cast their ballots yet won’t be able to use the mail to do so.
High expectations can sometimes make or break a team. Through eight games of the 2017 season, the Queen Creek Bulldogs have lived up to those standards by becoming just one of four teams to remain undefeated in 5A with a record of 8-0.
Family trips are always hard to plan around this time of year. The kids are back at school, work schedule is always hectic and family time always seems tough to come by.
Plenty of people throughout the East Valley ride their bikes every day, but only one Queen Creek resident is doing it backward.
June 24 was a night full of firsts for MMA fighter and Queen Creek resident Ryan Bader.
When the clock ran out on Queen Creek’s season last November, sophomore quarterback Devin Larsen, saw it – as most do – as an opportunity to learn.
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A Scottsdale Republican lawmaker wants to force city council and mayoral candidates to run with party labels, saying he believes it will help prevent liberals from sneaking into office. Read more
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