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When the Town Council met Feb. 16, it addressed several items before the Arizona Legislature and urged staff to put the town on record as opposing several bills currently making their way thro… Read more

There are currently several vacancies on Town of Fountain Hills boards and commissions and the town is seeking applicants to fill these important roles. Read more

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Camelback Classic Speech and Debate Tournament organizers are looking for individuals to “invest a small amount of time in the next generation” by serving as a community judge at the upcoming … Read more

The Fountain Hills High School girls basketball team only played one game last week, falling behind Camp Verde on the home court on Feb. 16. The Page game scheduled for Feb. 19 was cancelled. Read more

It was a split week for the boys basketball team, with the Falcons besting Camp Verde on Feb. 16 by the narrow margin on 62-58 before falling to Page on Feb. 19 by an equally narrow margin of 45-41. Read more

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My name is Anna Fett and I am doing a community service project for school. I have chosen to…

Each election produces hundreds of roadside political signs blanketing our streets and inter…

It was with much chagrin that I read the article about the town advisory positions opening s…

It’s been almost one year since we experienced the first wave of government and business rea…

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Gretchen Anderson, 93, passed away peacefully at her home in F…

Bob Lickman, age 83, passed away on Feb. 16 due to health comp…

Dolly Hedderman left this world on Feb. 11, 2021 after a long …

Carolyn “Connie” Kreitlow McCanless, 96, a 39-year resident of…

Don H. McKenzie peacefully passed away Jan. 30, 2021 surrounde…

I was writing the monthly Fountain Hills Times as one of my assignments at the ad agency years ago. I would drive to Fountain Hills at least weekly to take photos and look for news stories each month. My first stop would always be Fountain Hills Project Manager Bill Fisher’s office on Colony…

It is easy for so many these days to complain about government interfering in the everyday lives of citizens and spending too much taxpayer money, and in some cases that may be a fair criticism. However, this past week was an indication of some of the things that the Town Council has to deal…

This week, I will try not to get off on a tangent, but I thought you might like a look at a different part of our town’s history when something jogged my memory about those parties.

This Week in the Times

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As a public service, The Times publishes a list of items that have been reported lost or found in the community. Read more