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Barbara Jane deRoos Mitchell (1940 – 2022) Barbara Mitchell died on November 19 at the age of 82 after a short illness. She is predeceased by her husband, Michael F. Mitchell III, her parents, Robert and Betty deRoos of San Mateo, California, and her sister, Elizabeth Dority. She is survivedRead More →

Avorald died after a long journey with Alzheimer’s disease, aged 83, on July 21, 2022. Even with Alzheimer’s disease, Len always kept his sense of humor dry. Avorald was a beloved husband, father, grandfather, brother and friend. He is survived by his daughters Veronica Carlson (husband Brent), Dyan Larmey (husbandRead More →

Questioning Arizona’s election process is a good idea because ‘it’s a mess,’ but it’s time for GOP candidate Kari Lake, who is contesting the results, ‘to move forward “, because she “had a good and difficult race” but lost, Senator Michelle Ugenti-Rita told Newsmax on Friday. “Whether she concedes orRead More →

Left: Kathy Hoffman, Democratic candidate for Arizona Superintendent of Public Instruction, speaks during the Arizona Democrats election party at the Renaissance Phoenix Downtown Hotel on November 8, 2022 in Phoenix. (Photo by Mary Grace Grabill/Cronkite News) Right: Tom Horne is the Republican candidate for Superintendent of Public Instruction. (Photo courtesyRead More →

SENATOR Mark Kelly has been in office since 2020 and is looking to continue his run after the upcoming midterm elections. Now, voters want to know more about him and his background. 2 Mark Kelly is best known as an American politicianCredit: AFP Who is Arizona Senator Mark Kelly? MarkRead More →

The Arizona State football team has a new candidate to replace Herm Edwards as coach, according to a report from HuskerOnline. The site reports that Nebraska interim head coach Mickey Joseph “is among those being considered for the head coaching position at Arizona State,” according to Sean Callahan. “HuskerOnline hasRead More →

By JONATHAN J. COOPER AND KATHLEEN RONAYNE PHOENIX (AP) — California communities exposed to dangerous dust from a dry lake bed have found themselves at the center of tensions between Arizona and California over how to conserve water along the overloaded Colorado River. U.S. Senator Mark Kelly, a re-election DemocratRead More →

Learning spaces Arizona State University partners with Zoom to bring Innovation Lab to Tempe campus By Kate Lucariello 10/24/22 ASU Zoom Collaboration Studio Arizona State University has partnered with Zoom Video Communications to launch Zoom’s first-ever Innovation Lab on the Tempe campus. The lab is initiating a five-yearRead More →

The League of Women Voters hosted a debate on Thursday, September 29 between Republican Ken Bennett and Democrat Mike Fogel, the Arizona State Senate candidates in Legislative District 1. The debate at Yavapai College’s Verde Campus was moderated by Clarkdale Mayor Robyn Prud’homme-Bauer. Bennett broke the ice before the debateRead More →

Governor Doug Ducey touts shipping container barrier Governor Doug Ducey makes a statement during a press conference in front of a border breach near the Morelos Dam covered by shipping containers. Antranik Tavitian, Arizona Republic State officials on Tuesday denied any violation of federal law regarding the state’s unauthorized placementRead More →

History links NBA draft pick from Arizona State Sun Devils as NBA Champions As the 2022-23 NBA season begins on Tuesday, October 18, Sun Devil fans will recognize several familiar faces while watching the games. Arizona State Men’s Basketball’sRead More →

Arizona’s crucial midterm elections are approaching, and while Mark Kelly and Katie Hobbs are clearly better candidates than Blake Masters and Kari Lake due to their political positions, their brand of modern liberalism is doomed against the long-term right-wing authoritarianism. To create long-term change, a more dynamic left-wing political styleRead More →

Next game: Stanford 16/10/2022 | 15:00 PAC-12 NETWORKS Oct. 16 (Sunday) / 3:00 p.m. Stanford Story TEMPE, Ariz. — With three double-digit digs and two with double-digit wins, Sun Devil Volleyball defeated Cal in straight sets (25-14, 25-21, 31-29) at Desert Financial Arena on FridayRead More →

TEMPE, Ariz. — Sun Devil Gymnastics’ 2023 schedule has been announced, which includes five home meetings at Desert Financial Arena, seven head-to-head matchups against teams that finished in the top 25 in 2022 and the 2022 national champions. The Gym Devils are eagerly awaiting another opportunity to push the programRead More →

Arizona State University opened its new Zoom Innovation Lab on Thursday, a physical space where students can gather and create new tools to use with the eponymous video conferencing platform. The lab, located on Arizona State’s Tempe campus, is equipped with a green screen room and recording studio, in additionRead More →

The No. 8 women’s football is 8-2-1 overall and a 4-1 conference record, tying them with Stanford for second place in the Pac-12 (Venkatesh Vayachal | Daily Trojan). After a 0-1 loss to Arizona, the Trojans sought to reestablish their command of PAC-12 conference play in their game against ArizonaRead More →

Marilyn Ann La Russo, beloved mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, sister-in-law and cousin, 94, died peacefully in Phoenix, AZ surrounded by her family on October 3, 2022. She leaves in mourning her children: Kathleen Grainger, Christine Flaherty (Eugène Perri), Patrick Flaherty, Jennifer Harvey and Ellis Harvey (Sarah); grandchildren: Rebecca Orife, Felix E.Read More →

Teresa (Terri) Lou Sussman passed away on September 13, 2022 following an illness in Thousand Oaks, California. Prior to living in California, she resided in Kingwood, Texas and Scottsdale, Arizona. She was 67 years old. Known for her gentle and caring soul, Terri was born on June 4, 1955, toRead More →

Dr. Lloyd Herbert Kloppe, DVM, DACT passed away peacefully at his home in Buckeye, Arizona on Sunday, July 24, twelve days after his 67th birthday. He was surrounded by loving family and friends. Raised in New Haven, Missouri, Lloyd was the son of Herbert and Pauline Kloppe. He is survivedRead More →

To all the people who say I have their dream job, may I present this piece of evidence: a short list of foods from the 2022 Arizona State Fair, ranked from worst to best. I have a dream job. Little Andi would be stunned by all the delicious things IRead More →

Robert J. Nicoletti, MD – amazing husband, father, stepfather, dad, son, brother, uncle, friend and doctor. Robert J. Nicoletti, MD, 74, entered into eternal rest on September 19, 2022, after bravely battling Alzheimer’s disease since 2015 and stage IV colon cancer since 2016. Born in Brooklyn, New York, on SeptemberRead More →

Content Warning: This article contains mentions of death, bereavement and other sensitive topics. For additional resources, contact the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration at 800-662-4357 or visit SMHSA website. For the past few weeks, I have been preoccupied with the idea of ​​mortality. I am deeply troubled byRead More →

Betty Hunter (Tomlin) passed away peacefully at home with family nearby on September 16, 2022. She was the wife of Jesse D. Hunter, sharing 67 years of marriage together. Jesse passed away the following morning, September 17, 2022, fulfilling his last wish to stay with her until her health issuesRead More →