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Fifty-year resident Jim Lanter was named Citizen of the Year, Most Impact, at the Antioch Chamber of Commerce inaugural gala on April 22. Lanter, an Antioch insurance agent, is active helping children with special needs and in numerous other
The Arizona Republic-12 News Breaking News Team A 20-year-old soldier from Glendale who wanted to join the military since he was a boy was among the latest military casualties in Afghanistan...Feldhaus wrestled in high school and earned the nickname "
The Arizona Republic Glendale Deer Valley's softball team is a fairly young squad that likes to joke around. The players talk to each other in Russian accents, even during games. But when it comes to taking care of business on the field, they don't
Private First Class Dustin Feldhaus died Tuesday in Afghanistan...We talked with the soldier's former wrestling coach at Deer Valley High School. He's devastated. "He was great he did everything you asked of him," says coach Flint Swerdfeger.
Deer Valley High School's pair of principals is being split up. Declining enrollment is forcing Antioch Unified to scale back to one principal at the southeast Antioch high school next year, Superintendent Donald Gill said this week. "In these
The Arizona Republic The Deer Valley Unified School District Thursday announced three finalists for appointment to a vacant school board seat. They include Robert Edmund, Martin Hernandez Jr. and Christine Henry. The announcement caps a weeklong
The Deer Valley High School girls basketball coach watched the early part of his team's 71-57 Bay Valley Athletic League victory over Heritage more in amazement than rage when his team fell behind 13-6 in the first quarter...They caused 10 turnovers
A celebration of the legacy and vision of Martin Luther King Jr. drew about 300 people to the Deer Valley High School theater on Monday afternoon. The third annual program, hosted by the city and school district, featured dances, songs and speeches
A 20-year-old man has been sentenced to life in prison for two gang-related 2009 Antioch shootings, including one outside Deer Valley High School that wounded a 16-year-old student. Students were funneling into the campus on the morning of Sept. 16,
Shieh, a sophomore at Deer Valley High School, was struck how California's newest Supreme Court chief justice turned the skills that the judge learned growing up into the building blocks for her career. "Everything you do or learn now can come into