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Mom, Interrupted: Punting The Pundit

Mom, Interrupted: Punting The Pundit

You know who they are: they’re the people who are paid pretty good money to explain the news to us, comment on that explanation, and then offer some guidance on how you might want to think about everything they just said. 
AAA: Slow down, move over, a life-saving decision

AAA: Slow down, move over, a life-saving decision

AAA research reveals characteristics of fatal crashes involving roadside workers.
Residential real estate turns corner into 2024

Residential real estate turns corner into 2024

January data shows positive trends in key indicators. For the first time in months, things are really looking up.
CTE programs guide students toward acquiring practical skills, achieving success in chosen professions

CTE programs guide students toward acquiring practical skills, achieving success in chosen professions

Queen Creek Unified School District is intentional about career readiness and we work hard to prepare students for their future. Our goal is to  help each student realize their passion and correlate this with a career as they prepare to make post-secondary plans. 
New high-end restaurant opens in Queen Creek

New high-end restaurant opens in Queen Creek

Social Birdie celebrated its grand opening earlier this month at the Las Colinas Golf Club. They have a full brunch and dinner menu with hand-crafted entrees and cocktails. Executive Chef Vincent Contreras brings more than 20 years of professional culinary experience from top foodie destinations.
Medical examiner rules Preston Lord’s death a ‘homicide’

Medical examiner rules Preston Lord’s death a ‘homicide’

QCPD posts on its social media two photos of a vehicle and said they are "seeking assistance from the public in identifying a potential witness to another incident that occurred on Oct. 28, 2023 near the scene of the homicide. This vehicle is believed to have been parked on 194th Street, north of Via Del Oro."
Queen Creek town offices closed Feb. 19 for Presidents Day

Queen Creek town offices closed Feb. 19 for Presidents Day

The closure will not impact any public safety or emergency services. Trash and recycling services will not be impacted by the holiday.
Premier mandolinists Mike Marshall, Caterina Lichtenberg at MIM Feb. 18

Premier mandolinists Mike Marshall, Caterina Lichtenberg at MIM Feb. 18

To commemorate the centennial birthday of Lloyd Loar's personal Gibson F-5 mandolin featured in the MIM's special exhibition, Acoustic America: Iconic Guitars, Mandolins and Banjos, the performance will be at 7 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 18 at the MIM in Phoenix, located at 4725 E. Mayo Blvd.
28th Annual Greater Phoenix Jewish Film Festival at local Harkins Theatres Feb. 18 through March 3

28th Annual Greater Phoenix Jewish Film Festival at local Harkins Theatres Feb. 18 through March 3

The film festival, the longest-running in the Valley, has become a cultural cornerstone, attracting cinephiles and those interested in exploring Jewish heritage from around the world.  
ADHS: Measles exposure in Maricopa County highlights need for continued vaccination

ADHS: Measles exposure in Maricopa County highlights need for continued vaccination

Measles is not common in the United States. However, as this recent exposure highlights, uncommon does not mean impossible. Measles spreads very easily via the air, through coughing or sneezing; touching infected surfaces or if an infected person is in the same room with others. The virus can remain in the air for several hours and can be transmitted to unvaccinated people even after the infected person has left the room.