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Along with the back-and-forth bickering over Donald Trump, the Republican presidential contest took a substantive and serious turn in Wednesday's prime-time debate, with candidates wrangling over immigration, gay marriage and foreign affairs.Add a comment
A local dentist has redefined the phrase “put your money where your mouth is.” This Halloween, trick-or-treaters can bring their excess candy to Affinity Dental in Queen Creek and receive $1 per pound. Dr. Kelly B. Wettstein is leading this anti-decay movement by giving away dollars and glowing electric toothbrushes in exchange for cavity-provoking candy.Add a comment
The Arizona Department of Public Safety issued an Amber Alert for four victims who were abducted from San Tan Valley Thursday night.
The alert was issued at about 8:40 p.m. Less than 30 minutes later, the DPS Duty Office confirmed that troopers had stopped the vehicle the suspect, Shane Borden, was believed to be driving.Add a comment
Resident in the Town of Queen Creek and San Tan Valley have hoped for more roadways in and out of the area. One of those roadway expansion requests has been to extend Germann from Meridian, where it currently dead ends, to Ironwood in San Tan Valley.Add a comment
More than ten years ago, Urgent Care Extra opened its original location in Arizona’s east valley. Now, the number of UCE locations is in the forties, and the Urgent Care Extra family has opened yet another clinic in San Tan Valley, AZ. The newest facility will provide the same great things that Urgent Care Extra has been known for over the past decade: quick and affordable access to medical care, knowledgeable and attentive staff members, onsite x-rays and prescriptions, and so much more.Add a comment
A couple weeks ago, Rural/Metro Firefighter Ken Diamond was stung numerous times while trying to control a very aggressive swarm of bees in the Copper Basin area of San Tan Valley. In addition to being stung repeatedly, despite his personal protective equipment, the veteran public servant was able to provide aid to two citizens that were also stung numerous times.Add a comment
On the morning of September 2, Pinal County deputies served a search warrant on a residence at 2183 W. Tanner Ranch Road, in San Tan Valley, to further an investigation into counterfeiting of U.S currency. Upon searching the home, deputies discovered evidence that persons living at the residence were counterfeiting $20 bills and passing them at local businesses. Four persons were arrested and are being charged with Fraudulent Schemes and Forgery. Arrested: Alicia A. Green, 31-years-old, Henry R. Stevenson, 27-years-old, Nancy L. Burke, 42-years-old, William C. Burke, 45-years-old.Add a comment
San Tan Valley is home to almost 95,000 with hundreds of businesses. The San Tan Valley Business Directory is the only resource residents need to find businesses in the area. If your business isn't in the directory, you are missing out on great new clients.Add a comment
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