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Friends of the Week: Sally & her newborns are adorable, ready for their forever homes

Friends of the Week: Sally & her newborns are adorable, ready for their forever homes

Sally has been a wonderful mom and is ready to start a new life in her forever home. She has done a fabulous job raising her babies and everyone is now ready to move on to the next chapter in their lives. She and her family would love to meet you! Their adoption fee is $225 each.
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QCUSD’s Lead Out Loud Conference teaches lifelong lessons

QCUSD’s Lead Out Loud Conference teaches lifelong lessons

"A couple of my quieter students gained the confidence to share out for their groups and a few others stood out among the crowd as strong leaders," said Newell Barney Junior High teacher Megan Perry.
Things to do: 6 haunted houses around the Valley you don’t want to miss

Things to do: 6 haunted houses around the Valley you don’t want to miss

The time has come for haunted houses galore. We’ve compiled a list of haunted houses around the Valley that you won’t want to miss.
Local students can apply to win $10K to go towards school

Local students can apply to win $10K to go towards school

Applications for the 11th Annual Barro’s Pizza Dr. Pepper Tuition Giveaway accepted until Dec. 19
Dr. Richard C. Daniel named next president of South Mountain Community College

Dr. Richard C. Daniel named next president of South Mountain Community College

“Dr. Daniel’s extensive background in higher education impressed system, college and community stakeholder groups,” said MCCCD Chancellor Dr. Steven R. Gonzales. “His passion and advocacy for education of all levels will support our diverse student population. I am proud to welcome him to Maricopa and look forward to working together to advance the mission of the SMCC.”
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QCPD, QCFMD respond to Canyon State Academy; 1 student dead, 2 hospitalized

QCPD, QCFMD respond to Canyon State Academy; 1 student dead, 2 hospitalized

"Three students were transported and unfortunately one died at the hospital. The individual who passed away is a 16 year old male. QCPD is investigating this as a possible overdose; the investigation is ongoing," said Constance Halonen‑Wilson, communications and marketing manager for the Town of Queen Creek, adding that the "initial call came in at approximately 10:40 p.m." on Monday, Oct. 3.
Queen Creek Chamber of Commerce's 2022 Business Awards Dinner honors local community members

Queen Creek Chamber of Commerce's 2022 Business Awards Dinner honors local community members

"We love living here in Queen Creek because of the small town feel," Becky Leonard said. "Even though it's growing, we are happy to help build on Queen Creek's success and to keep that small town feel that makes this town special."
Queen Creek Unified School District students witness United States Army oath ceremony

Queen Creek Unified School District students witness United States Army oath ceremony

“I knew I wanted to serve my country in some capacity,” said Ashton Murphy. “While I was in the Army, I was a military intelligence analyst, and my favorite job while I was there was called a fusion chief analyst. I helped train and execute training for a larger group of people, and my favorite part of that was teaching.”