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Registration is open for the Titan Summer Basketball Camp at Arcadia High School.
In one inning Tuesday, Arcadia’s magical end-of-the-season run into the playoffs was ended by Ironwood Ridge in Tucson.
Arcadia opened post-season play Saturday afternoon with an 11-1 run-rule victory over Douglas at home.
They saved the best for last Monday, as the Arcadia Titans had a huge night, defeating South Mountain 15-3 at home.
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The Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust has launched the Piper Trust Encore Career Prize.
General Features >>
Hundreds of girls at the starting line of the Girls on the Run 5K seemed as ready to take on the race’s demands as they are to face life’s obstacles.
Dogs that look like tigers, pandas and other animals are more and more common. As are dogs with pink highlights, purple tails and other not-natural colors.
Keeping the Penjamo Yaqui Tribe’s culture and its traditions alive in the midst of Scottsdale’s development and city influences has been difficult for the remaining families.
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Biltmore Prep’s kindergarten chess team finished fourth in the Governor’s Cup State Chess Championship.
Other Schools >>
Pueblo Elementary has announced that it will be phasing its Foreign Language Immersion program into a full Spanish immersion campus.
All Saints’ Episcopal Day School and Church recently commissioned members of the All Saints’ community as ambassadors to St. Paul’s School and Parish in Gascogne, Haiti.
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Arcadia High students have been volunteering to mentor children after school as part of the Service Learning program.
In March, Arcadia resident Susan Reina was diagnosed with celiac disease. The day the words were spoken by doctors felt like both a blessing and a curse.
Phoenix native Megan Bednarz has lived in the Arcadia area for five years.
Author, freelance writer and French translator Kim Levesque will release her second book, The Little Bookroom Guide to Paris with Children, in April.
A new Grevy’s zebra born at the Phoenix Zoo has been named Bakari, Swahili for “one who will succeed”. The name could not be more fitting.
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