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  • Sun City swimmer wins 2 world titles

    Ann Case of Sun City won two gold medals for her first-place performances at the Fina World Masters Championship meet, completed Aug. 3 through Aug. 10 in Montreal.Case and Sue Ketterer represented the Sun City Starrs at the event, which featured more than 5,800 swimmers from around the world.Ketterer, 59, and Case, 75, each entered five swimming events. All entrants were grouped in five-year increments by age and gender.Case swam in the 75 to 79 age group and brought home first-place gold medals in the 50 meter and 100 butterfly for her age/gender.She also broke the age group record in the 100 butterfly for U.S. Masters Swimming. Case placed second in the 200 butterfly, fourth in the 100 freestyle and seventh in the 50 freestyle.  Ketterer swam in the 55 to 59 year age group.

  • Gridlock forms in Saturday League

    All four teams in the Sun City Grand Saturday League share first place and last place with identical 2-2 records.Angela’s Kitchen and Liberty GMC forged the four-way tie with victories Saturday at Del E. Webb Memorial Field in Surprise.Liberty GMC 8T P Dentistry 2John Hammel tripled and Liberty GMC continued its stellar defensive play.Liberty GMC and pitcher Dick Moore have allowed just four runs in their last two games.

  • Paul Tone stays atop standings

    Paul Tone stayed atop the Sun City Grand Summer League softball standings with a 12-4 rout of Arizona Vein at Del E. Webb Memorial Field in Surprise.Roger Neumann earned the pitching win and helped his cause with four hits.Buck Craig had a leadoff homer for Paul Tone.Sal Politi had three hits for Arizona Vein, which stranded 13 runners.Sheldon Rosenthal tripled in the loss.Core Institute 11

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  • Tony Stewart skips 3rd race after Ward's death

    CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Tony Stewart will not race Saturday night at Bristol Motor Speedway, the third Sprint Cup race he's skipped since his car struck and killed Kevin Ward Jr. during a sprint car race. Stewart's decision was announced Wednesday and Jeff Burton will once again replace him in the No. 14 Chevrolet. Burton also drove Stewart's car at Michigan last weekend. Stewart-Haas Racing is allowing Stewart to take the time he needs away from the track, and the team statement indicated the three-time NASCAR champion is taking it week-by-week. Stewart will not have to decide on another race until the Aug. 31 event at Atlanta. Stewart has been in seclusion since the Aug. 9 incident at an upstate New York dirt track. He has not commented since he issued a statement the day after Ward's death. Stewart also pulled out of the race at Watkins Glen, which began about 12 hours after his car hit Ward at event in Canandaigua, New York. Ward's car had spun into a wall as he and Stewart raced for position, and the 20-year-old climbed out to confront Stewart. Authorities said the first car to pass Ward had to swerve to miss hitting the driver, who was gesturing toward the NASCAR star. The front of Stewart's car then appeared to clear Ward, but Ward was struck by the right rear tire and hurtled through the air. Ward died of blunt force trauma, and authorities are still investigating the incident. Ontario County Sheriff Philip Povero has said investigators did not have any evidence to support criminal intent by Stewart, but the investigation is expected to last at least another week. Povero said this week were no new updates. None of Stewart's peers has spoken to the driver since the accident. But they've come to his defense, with six-time champion Jimmie Johnson saying nothing he's seen has convinced him that Ward's death was anything but a tragic accident. Kevin Harvick, a longtime friend of Stewart's and his teammate at SHR, also bristled at the negative portrayal of Stewart since Ward's death. "I've known Tony Stewart for a long time ... I know for sure that Tony Stewart is not going to run over somebody," Harvick said. "I don't think there's anybody in this garage that would. It would be hard to find somebody in the racing world that could point that car, just run somebody over." NASCAR last week announced a rule that prohibits drivers from exiting from a crashed or disabled vehicle — unless it is on fire — until safety personnel arrive. Stewart has 48 career Cup wins in 542 starts. He has one career win at Bristol, in 2001. Burton made just his third start of the season last week. The 21-time Sprint Cup winner parted ways with Richard Childress Racing at the end of the season and is transitioning into an analyst for NBC. Burton won at Bristol in 2008 and has 15 top-10 finishes in 40 career starts.

  • Coyotes’ training camp opens in September

    Arizona Coyotes General Manager Don Maloney announced the dates for the Coyotes 2014 Rookie and Veterans training camps at soon-to-be-named Gila River Arena in Glendale.The Coyotes rookies will report on Sept. 12 and will participate in their first on-ice practice session at 1:45 p.m. Sept. 13. The Coyotes veterans camp will begin on Sept. 18 with medicals, fitness testing and media day.The first on-ice practice session for veterans will take place at 9 a.m. Sept. 19 at Gila River Arena. A complete schedule of ice times and a roster will be released at a later date.  All training camp practices for both rookie and veterans camps will be held at Gila River Arena and are free and open to the public. Fans should enter the arena through Gate No. 3/Security entrance.

  • Cardinals DT Dockett tears ACL, out for season

    GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) — Arizona Cardinals defensive tackle Darnell Dockett, one of the most durable players in the NFL over the past decade, tore the ACL in his right knee during practice Monday and will undergo season-ending surgery. The team said the extent of the injury was revealed in an MRI. The 6-foot-4, 290-pound Dockett has missed only two games in 10 NFL seasons. He has started 156 of the 158 games in which he appeared. Dockett was hurt in an 11-on-11 drill. He limped away but had to be helped onto a cart. Dockett lay on his back as he was carted off the field. Before the extent of the injury was known, defensive tackle Calais Campbell talked about the importance of Dockett to a defense that was ranked sixth in the league last season. "He's a great player, a guy we count on day in and day out to be a leader and take us where we want to go," Campbell said. Dockett, Campbell and nose tackle Dan Williams formed a formidable defensive front that helped the Cardinals rank first against the run. Two of Dockett's teammates on Arizona's 2009 Super Bowl team were quick to tweet their support. "I literally been sick to my stomach for the past couple hours thinking about (Dockett), one of my closest friends," Chicago safety Adrian Wilson said. "Speedy recovery my friend." New York Giants safety Antrel Rolle wrote "everyone plz say a prayer for one of my best friends and wish strength and a speedy recovery plz. No injury will keep him down." Dockett is a three-time Pro Bowl selection and four-time team captain. "I played against him for three of those years when I was in Seattle," Cardinals tight end John Carlson said. "He's a beast." Dockett has spent his entire career with Arizona. He and Larry Fitzgerald are the longest-tenured players on the squad. Both were drafted by the Cardinals in 2004 — Fitzgerald in the first round out of Pittsburgh, Dockett in the third round out of Florida State. Dockett played in his first 104 games before a shoulder sidelined him for one contest in 2010. He missed another game in 2012 with a hamstring injury. The knee injury is another blow to the already-depleted middle of Arizona's defense. Inside linebackers Karlos Dansby and Daryl Washington, the heart of the unit a year ago, are gone. Dansby signed a free-agent contract with Cleveland. Washington is suspended for the season for violating the league's substance abuse policy. Arizona could, at least, get a bit of good news later this week when safety Tyrann Mathieu is taken off the physically unable to perform list. He is coming back from surgery to repair a torn ACL and LCL. "Praying for my brother," Mathieu said in a tweet. The vocal, emotional Dockett had talked about the optimism of the coming season, saying that anything short of the playoffs would be a big disappointment. The Cardinals were 10-6 last year, in Bruce Arians' first season as head coach, but failed to make the playoffs. The injury will further test the skills of defensive coordinator Todd Bowles. Frostee Rucker moved into Dockett's spot with the first unit for the remainder of Monday's practice. Rucker, an eight-year NFL veteran, appeared in all 16 games for Arizona last season, one as a starter. He started all 16 games for Cleveland in 2012. Others who could play the position are third-round draft pick Kareem Martin out of North Carolina and fifth-round draft pick Ed Stinson out of Alabama. The team also might look at the free-agent market and could pick up someone when other teams make late cuts. Earlier Monday, Arians criticized the play of that very defensive front in Saturday's 30-28 loss at Minnesota. 'Some veteran guys were in the wrong gaps," he said. "It's inexcusable to play 10 plays and have three or four mental errors." NOTES: Jay Feely, in danger of losing his kicking job, said he knows he is competing not only for a spot on the Arizona roster but for a place on other teams should he be cut. Rookie K Chandler Catanzaro is challenging Feely. Arians said the two might split duties Sunday night against Cincinnati. ... QB Ryan Lindley was "up and down" in his performance against the Bengals, Arians said. He is competing with rookie Logan Thomas for the No. 3 quarterback job. Thomas was 11 of 12 for 113 yards against Houston in the preseason opener.

  • Surprise honors youths who prevented burglary

    Two Surprise youth whose actions helped Surprise Police catch a burglary suspect were recognized at Monday night’s Surprise City Council meeting. Rosalio Hernandez Garcia, 13, and his sister, Esperansa Hernandez Garcia, 12, were home alone with their two younger siblings when a man began knocking on their door and ringing the door bell. After several minutes, Esperansa saw the man in the backyard of their home. Esperansa woke her sleeping brother, Rosalio, who immediately called his parents and then 911.“Both of these children stayed calm under extremely stressful circumstances,” said Surprise Police Chief Mike Frazier. “Because they were so helpful in providing the crucial information our officers needed, we were able to find and arrest the suspect.”Mayor Sharon Wolcott joined Chief Frazier in presenting the brother and sister team a certificate of recognition and a letter of appreciation.“The bravery these young people showed while trying to protect themselves and their younger siblings from harm is truly commendable,” said Wolcott.“Their quick thinking and quick actions assisted the police department in keeping our entire community safe.”

  • Seminar promotes exercise

    Sun Health will host a free exercise seminar from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. Aug. 27 at The Colonnade, Recreation Village, 19116 Colonnade Way, Surprise.Linda Hall, an expert in exercise physiology and lifestyle management, will explain the many wonderful things exercise can do for you and your body, and why it is important for seniors to do strength exercise.To register, call 623-455-5633 or visit www.sunhealth.org and click “Community Education” at the top of the page.The Sun Health Community Education Series presents free ongoing health and wellness programs on a variety of health care, healthy living and personal and financial safety topics focused on seniors.

  • Benevilla, AARP team up for fraud prevention classes

    Benevilla has announced the launch of a fraud prevention class to be presented by AARP.AARP’s Fraud Watch Network class will have its first presentation at 10 a.m. Sept. 11 at Birt’s Bistro, Benevilla’s Hellen & John M. Jacobs Independence Plaza, 16752 N. Greasewood St. in Surprise.A second presentation at the same location will take place 4 p.m. Sept. 23.Participants will learn how to outsmart the con artists before they strike, be given the tools needed to learn how to spot and avoid fraud and learn how to deter and detect identity theft.“Awareness is the best weapon against fraud,” event organizers stated in a release.AARP will provide tips, booklets and resources to help participants protect themselves and loved ones.

  • Coyotes’ training camp opens in September

    Arizona Coyotes General Manager Don Maloney announced the dates for the Coyotes 2014 Rookie and Veterans training camps at soon-to-be-named Gila River Arena in Glendale.The Coyotes rookies will report on Sept. 12 and will participate in their first on-ice practice session at 1:45 p.m. Sept. 13. The Coyotes veterans camp will begin on Sept. 18 with medicals, fitness testing and media day.The first on-ice practice session for veterans will take place at 9 a.m. Sept. 19 at Gila River Arena. A complete schedule of ice times and a roster will be released at a later date.  All training camp practices for both rookie and veterans camps will be held at Gila River Arena and are free and open to the public. Fans should enter the arena through Gate No. 3/Security entrance.

  • Ariz. Court affirms cities' authority on election timetable

    Although Glendale and Peoria hold local elections on the same schedule as the state, county and federal government, they could shift to a different timetable if city officials wanted to do so.The two Northwest Valley municipalities are among 19 across Arizona whose charters give them authority over state law to set their local election schedules, the state’s Court of Appeals ruled Tuesday.In a unanimous ruling, the three-judge panel said an off-cycle election allows a city “to obtain the full focus of the electorate.”It also insulates the process from the influence of partisan issues invariably tied to state, county and federal contests, stated Judge Michael Miller, writing for the court.The case directly impacts Tucson, which challenged a 2012 law requiring all cities, including those with charters, to schedule local elections in even-numbered years to coincide with the state’s and federal government’s schedule.Phoenix later joined the suit against Arizona’s attorney general.

  • Cardinals DT Dockett tears ACL, out for season

    GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) — Arizona Cardinals defensive tackle Darnell Dockett, one of the most durable players in the NFL over the past decade, tore the ACL in his right knee during practice Monday and will undergo season-ending surgery. The team said the extent of the injury was revealed in an MRI. The 6-foot-4, 290-pound Dockett has missed only two games in 10 NFL seasons. He has started 156 of the 158 games in which he appeared. Dockett was hurt in an 11-on-11 drill. He limped away but had to be helped onto a cart. Dockett lay on his back as he was carted off the field. Before the extent of the injury was known, defensive tackle Calais Campbell talked about the importance of Dockett to a defense that was ranked sixth in the league last season. "He's a great player, a guy we count on day in and day out to be a leader and take us where we want to go," Campbell said. Dockett, Campbell and nose tackle Dan Williams formed a formidable defensive front that helped the Cardinals rank first against the run. Two of Dockett's teammates on Arizona's 2009 Super Bowl team were quick to tweet their support. "I literally been sick to my stomach for the past couple hours thinking about (Dockett), one of my closest friends," Chicago safety Adrian Wilson said. "Speedy recovery my friend." New York Giants safety Antrel Rolle wrote "everyone plz say a prayer for one of my best friends and wish strength and a speedy recovery plz. No injury will keep him down." Dockett is a three-time Pro Bowl selection and four-time team captain. "I played against him for three of those years when I was in Seattle," Cardinals tight end John Carlson said. "He's a beast." Dockett has spent his entire career with Arizona. He and Larry Fitzgerald are the longest-tenured players on the squad. Both were drafted by the Cardinals in 2004 — Fitzgerald in the first round out of Pittsburgh, Dockett in the third round out of Florida State. Dockett played in his first 104 games before a shoulder sidelined him for one contest in 2010. He missed another game in 2012 with a hamstring injury. The knee injury is another blow to the already-depleted middle of Arizona's defense. Inside linebackers Karlos Dansby and Daryl Washington, the heart of the unit a year ago, are gone. Dansby signed a free-agent contract with Cleveland. Washington is suspended for the season for violating the league's substance abuse policy. Arizona could, at least, get a bit of good news later this week when safety Tyrann Mathieu is taken off the physically unable to perform list. He is coming back from surgery to repair a torn ACL and LCL. "Praying for my brother," Mathieu said in a tweet. The vocal, emotional Dockett had talked about the optimism of the coming season, saying that anything short of the playoffs would be a big disappointment. The Cardinals were 10-6 last year, in Bruce Arians' first season as head coach, but failed to make the playoffs. The injury will further test the skills of defensive coordinator Todd Bowles. Frostee Rucker moved into Dockett's spot with the first unit for the remainder of Monday's practice. Rucker, an eight-year NFL veteran, appeared in all 16 games for Arizona last season, one as a starter. He started all 16 games for Cleveland in 2012. Others who could play the position are third-round draft pick Kareem Martin out of North Carolina and fifth-round draft pick Ed Stinson out of Alabama. The team also might look at the free-agent market and could pick up someone when other teams make late cuts. Earlier Monday, Arians criticized the play of that very defensive front in Saturday's 30-28 loss at Minnesota. 'Some veteran guys were in the wrong gaps," he said. "It's inexcusable to play 10 plays and have three or four mental errors." NOTES: Jay Feely, in danger of losing his kicking job, said he knows he is competing not only for a spot on the Arizona roster but for a place on other teams should he be cut. Rookie K Chandler Catanzaro is challenging Feely. Arians said the two might split duties Sunday night against Cincinnati. ... QB Ryan Lindley was "up and down" in his performance against the Bengals, Arians said. He is competing with rookie Logan Thomas for the No. 3 quarterback job. Thomas was 11 of 12 for 113 yards against Houston in the preseason opener.

  • City kicks off running series

    The Peoria Running Series, “Run for Your Life,” kicks off with The First Responders Adult and Youth Sprint Triathlon/Duathlon at 6 a.m. Sept. 7 at Sunrise Mountain Pool, 21321 N. 86th Drive.Following this event is the Fiesta K-5K Run under the lights.The City of Peoria is holding its first Fiesta K- 5K night Run on Sept. 26.   This run is in collaboration with Fiesta Peoria.After the run, participants will get to enjoy the post race fiesta, featuring live music, food and vendors.All participants will receive a race shirt along with prizes for overall and age group winners. The cost to register is $20 for 5K, $10 for 1 Mile Fun Run. Register online at www.peoriaaz.gov/running.For information call Jed Roberts at 623-773-7186 or email jed.roberts@peoriaaz.gov.

  • MCSO: Body pulled from Peoria canal was homicide victim

    PEORIA, Ariz. — Authorities are investigating a homicide involving an unidentified man whose body was pulled from a canal Wednesday. The man, in his 30s, was not immediately identified to allow authorities time to notify his family, according to a Maricopa County Sheriff's Office spokesman. A woman reported the discovery to police at 7:30 a.m. near 75th Avenue and Arizona Avenue Trail north of Greenway Road, stated public safety spokeswoman Amanda Jacinto. Several hours later, MCSO spokesman Lt. Brandon Jones confirmed detectives had concluded the death was a homicide. No other details were immediately available.

  • Ariz. Court affirms cities' authority on election timetable

    Although Glendale and Peoria hold local elections on the same schedule as the state, county and federal government, they could shift to a different timetable if city officials wanted to do so.The two Northwest Valley municipalities are among 19 across Arizona whose charters give them authority over state law to set their local election schedules, the state’s Court of Appeals ruled Tuesday.In a unanimous ruling, the three-judge panel said an off-cycle election allows a city “to obtain the full focus of the electorate.”It also insulates the process from the influence of partisan issues invariably tied to state, county and federal contests, stated Judge Michael Miller, writing for the court.The case directly impacts Tucson, which challenged a 2012 law requiring all cities, including those with charters, to schedule local elections in even-numbered years to coincide with the state’s and federal government’s schedule.Phoenix later joined the suit against Arizona’s attorney general.

  • Long-awaited Sun City bus shelter takes shape

    Construction of a new bus shelter at Banner Boswell Medical Center is under way.Concrete and rails have been put in place, marking the start of a project travelers have been awaiting for several years.“I started making inquiries about the bus shelter in 2010. At least it’s really going to happen this time,” said Joyce Stoffers, a member of Northwest Valley Transportation Stakeholders. “Right now we have put the concrete base down for the bus stop shelter and there is a railing around it,” Stoffers said.The bus stop located in the middle of Banner Boswell Medical Center links travelers to a variety of Valley locations, including ASU West, Banner Thunderbird hospital and Paradise Valley Mall.“If they are coming and going from the hospital, especially patients or the workers that are working these odd shifts, the thought of them baking out in the sun like that’s terrible,” Stoffers said.The Transportation Stakeholders will address plans and timing to finish the bus shelter this year at a meeting beginning at 9 a.m. Thursday in the Mary Bovard Conference Room at Benevilla, 16752 N. Greasewood St., Surprise.

  • Judge refuses to block Horne investigation

    PHOENIX -- A state judge refused Tuesday to block the Citizens Clean Elections Commission from investigating whether Attorney General Tom Horne has used public resources and staff in his current re-election bid.Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Dawn Bergin rejected Horne's contention that the commission has legal authority only over candidates who "participate'' in the public funding system and run for office with public dollars. His attorney, Mike Liburdi, pointed out that Horne is using donations and family dollars to gain the Republican nomination.But Bergin said the plain language of the law "demonstrates an intent to subject nonparticipating candidates who substantially exceed the statutory contribution limits to the same penalty as participating candidates: disqualification or forfeiture of office.''Bergin was no more sympathetic to Horne's argument that letting the commission investigate his activities means he would be subject to multiple investigations by multiple agencies. She said her job "is not to make policy determinations, but to construe statutes according to their plain meaning.''The judge acknowledged that the Legislature just this past session amended the law to spell out that the commission "has no authority to accept, investigate or otherwise act on any complaint'' involving a violation of election laws.But Bergin pointed out that law did not take effect until July, after the commission started investigating Horne. And she said there was nothing in the law that said it was retroactive.

  • SCHOA rallies opposition to wastewater rate hike

    The Sun City Home Owners Association wants the community to send thousands of letters to members of the Arizona Corporation Commission in an effort to kill an 89 percent wastewater increase proposed by EPCOR.“It is most important that Sun City residents become involved with the current EPCOR wastewater concern in order to stop the proposed 89 percent increase,” SCHOA officials stated in a release. “The Commissioners need to receive at least 10,000 Sun City emails and letters ‘against’ full consolidation. Once you have sent your email or letter, please contact your friends and neighbors asking them to do the same.”The message then lists the names of commissioners and contact numbers.That is followed by a sample letter:“As a Sun City, AZ resident I am requesting you do not allow full consolidation of all the EPCOR wastewater districts. Based on the figures supplied by EPCOR, each Sun City wastewater user would experience a 90 percent rate increase if full-district consolidation was to be approved by the Commission.“EPCOR noted in their ACC response they have projected additional capital improvement costs for the Sun City District of $9.3M over the next five years. If a full consolidation were to take place, Sun City users would be required to pay an additional $22.5M over the noted five-year period. This equates to subsidizing other district costs in the amount of $13.2M. We cannot and should not be required to subsidize other districts for poor planning and choices.  

  • Sun City West board sets policy to fill vacancies

    A policy is now in place that establishes a procedure for filling vacancies on the Recreation Centers of Sun City West governing board.The board voted unanimously for the policy during Monday’s special meeting. It defines how the board will proceed with filling a vacancy after a board member who has been elected or appointed and sworn in resigns, such as in the case of Marshall Oaks, who resigned on July 11 after taking his seat on July 1.The new policy calls for publication of the vacancy. Owner members interested in serving as a director must submit a resume for consideration. The policy gives the governing board leeway on establishing the timeline for the resumes to be accepted.The policy states the governing board review the resumes and interview applicants in a special meeting called for that purpose, followed by a secret ballot vote. The term will begin immediately after the appointed director is sworn in.If there are no applicants for the position, the board members shall submit names and contact anyone interested in serving.The appointed board member will serve until the following June 30.

  • RCSCW board manager plans to retire

    Recreation Centers of Sun City West Governing Board Manager Sharon Schomer will be retiring at the beginning of next year and the board will be looking to replace her.During Monday’s special meeting, board president Marion Mosley said there are two people who work for the association interested in the position.He said that the Human Resources Department recommends that the board interview all internal applicants for transfer or promotion prior to going outside and looking for candidates for the position.The governing board selects the new board manager and will post the opening of the position for any interested rec centers employees on Sept. 2.

  • Judge refuses to block Horne investigation

    PHOENIX -- A state judge refused Tuesday to block the Citizens Clean Elections Commission from investigating whether Attorney General Tom Horne has used public resources and staff in his current re-election bid.Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Dawn Bergin rejected Horne's contention that the commission has legal authority only over candidates who "participate'' in the public funding system and run for office with public dollars. His attorney, Mike Liburdi, pointed out that Horne is using donations and family dollars to gain the Republican nomination.But Bergin said the plain language of the law "demonstrates an intent to subject nonparticipating candidates who substantially exceed the statutory contribution limits to the same penalty as participating candidates: disqualification or forfeiture of office.''Bergin was no more sympathetic to Horne's argument that letting the commission investigate his activities means he would be subject to multiple investigations by multiple agencies. She said her job "is not to make policy determinations, but to construe statutes according to their plain meaning.''The judge acknowledged that the Legislature just this past session amended the law to spell out that the commission "has no authority to accept, investigate or otherwise act on any complaint'' involving a violation of election laws.But Bergin pointed out that law did not take effect until July, after the commission started investigating Horne. And she said there was nothing in the law that said it was retroactive.

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