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Where The Next 10 Million Miles Will Take Us At Waymo
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Where The Next 10 Million Miles Will Take Us At Waymo

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By John Krafcik Guest Writer Our self-driving vehicles just crossed 10 million miles driven on public roads. When it comes to driving, experience is the best teacher, and that experience is even more valuable when it’s varied...
We Need To Recalculate When We Stray From God’s Path
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We Need To Recalculate When We Stray From God’s Path

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By Jean Newell Guest Writer My father had an innate sense of direction. I’ve often wondered if it came from his being raised on a dirt farm in Kansas. It could be pitch black at night with not a star in the sky, and he...
Vintage Wings And Wheels Returning To Air Museum
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Vintage Wings And Wheels Returning To Air Museum

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Are you ready to take a step back in time and see what it was like to be part of the U.S. Air Force during times of combat? The Arizona Commemorative Air Force Museum, 2017 N. Greenfield Road, at the northeastern corner of...
Teens Ride Wave Of Success Over Litter Art Exhibit
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Teens Ride Wave Of Success Over Litter Art Exhibit

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By Colleen Sparks Managing Editor Four local teens are riding a wave of recognition after their creative work linking art to the marine litter problem earned them a silver medal in a competition. The quartet – Ali Arce, 16, a...
Sun Lakes Methodist To Hold Annual Cookie Walk
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Sun Lakes Methodist To Hold Annual Cookie Walk

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By Linda Gercken Guest Writer As cooler autumn days arrive, our church ladies fire up their ovens and begin baking holiday goodies. On Saturday, Dec. 1, the Sun Lakes United Methodist Women will host their popular annual Cookie...
Study Candidates, Issues Or Don’t Bother With Your Ballot
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Study Candidates, Issues Or Don’t Bother With Your Ballot

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By David Leibowitz Columnist Oct. 10 marked a big day if you’re interested in Arizona politics: That was the afternoon more than 2 million early ballots for the Nov. 6 general election got mailed to voters. Presumably, those...
Southwest Shakespeare Company in Mesa opens 25th season
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Southwest Shakespeare Company in Mesa opens 25th season

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The Southwest Shakespeare Company’s silver-anniversary season debuts with a classic that was not written by the Bard of Avon along with one of his most-popular plays of the past 450 years. The landmark season begins Oct. 26 at...
‘Seinfeld’ ‘Soup Nazi’ Thomas to appear in play
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‘Seinfeld’ ‘Soup Nazi’ Thomas to appear in play

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Christina Fuoco-Karasinski Staff Larry Thomas made an appearance as “The Soup Nazi” on “Seinfeld” in 1995. He’s still remembered as such and he doesn’t mind a bit. “What were the chances of doing something for six...
Rock Lobster Aims For Good Food And ‘the Experience’
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Rock Lobster Aims For Good Food And ‘the Experience’

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By Colleen Sparks Managing Editor Celebrations and happy hours are lively when diners savor the spicy and sweet seafood and meat dishes at a popular Japanese-fusion restaurant in Ocotillo. So say customers and general manager...
Realtors, Developers To Dig In For Sunshine Acres
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Realtors, Developers To Dig In For Sunshine Acres

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Hundreds of volunteers from the realty and development communities are planning to head back to Sunshine Acres Children’s Home for a second round of service. Valley Partnership, the Valley’s advocacy group for responsible...