The Paradise Honors Panthers have been on a tear since losing their first game of the season pulling out eight straight victories, including Saturday’s 61-15 rout against the Kingman Academy Tigers.
Imagine high school without sports teams, dances, elective classes or school spirit activities.
A 3-year-old child from Surprise died Monday morning due to injuries sustained when trapped under a dresser Sunday morning.
Peoria Council approved a contract for $1.7 million with T.Y. Lin International to provide design engineering services for the Happy Valley Parkway widening project between Lake Pleasant Parkway and the Agua Fria River.
Surprise has begun the process of attempting to annex approximately 200 acres of a county island surrounding Paradise Honors High School and a future junior high school, paving the way for a new development.
The fight is on to legalize marijuana for recreational use in Arizona.
The Arizona Department of Transportation has issued a project update for the Grand Avenue/Bell Road Interchange Project, which includes upcoming traffic restrictions and a schedule of on-site activities for the week of Oct. 24.
Recently, Surprise Today sent a questionnaire to the five candidates for three seats on the Dysart Unified School District governing board.
Editor’s Note: Sun City Fire and Medical Department Chief Mike Thompson offered additional information regarding a portion of a story in the Oct. 19, 2016 Sun City Independent about the fire district’s proposed bond on the Nov. 8 general election ballot. He also answered a resident who was a source in the same story who expressed concern about plans for the bond funds.
Sun City Fire and Medical District officials have struggled to make ends meet since the drastic drop in the housing market and the economic downturn of 2008.