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As the Arizona Coyotes begin the second half of the season after the All-Star break, they sit two points out of the final Wild Card spot, and fans are dreaming of a return to the playoffs for the first time since 2011-12.

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Inspiration comes in many different forms. An inspirational person motivates or inspires others to achieve goals and excel in life. Whether students know it or not, inspiration is virtually everywhere in a high school environment like Apollo High School. They need only choose to see it.

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A variety of gas engines and tractors from a bygone era will be showcased at the 29th annual Winter Antique Tractor & Engine Show from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, February 9, and Sunday, February 10, at Glendale’s Historic Sahuaro Ranch, 9802 N. 59th Avenue.

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The Valley’s sweetest event, the 24th annual Glendale Chocolate Affaire, returns to Historic Downtown Glendale Saturday, February 9, and Sunday, February 10. Nearly 40 chocolate purveyors will offer Mexican hot chocolate, salted chocolate honey caramel, banana chocolate or turtle crepes, cho…

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Birds are slowly flying out of the West Valley as Glendale joins Peoria in banning the electric scooters. The move comes three days after council gave staff direction to research electric scooters in the city. City Attorney Michael Bailey sent Bird Rides Inc. a cease and desist letter Januar…


Mountain Ridge head football coach Vince Ciliberti was arrested by Tempe police last week after allegedly luring a minor for sexual exploitation.

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The membership of Glendale Arizona Historical Society, guests and visitors have a unique opportunity to experience real model trains running though Manistee Ranch house, see unbelievable and realistic scale modeling of historic Glendale buildings and listen to members of the West Valley Hist…

The City of Glendale 2016 Plein Air Painting event was held Feb. 6 during the annual Chocolate Affaire. The event was open to artists 18 and older, who paint using the Plein Air technique in oil, watercolor, acrylic or pastel. Plein Air (open air) paintings are executed outdoors.

Deer Valley senior Jake Swift carries Johnathan Ruggeroli around the mat before slamming him down.