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SRPMIC Becomes First Tribal Nation to Adopt a ‘No Texting While Driving’ Ordinance
Au-Authm Action News
TTYL, LOL, CU and AAMOF are “words” in a language most people know in this digital age. It seems innocent enough, but problems occur when people text while driving—it causes accidents.
 
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Emily King Named Administrative Professional of the Year
Addiction Masks: “That was the demon who consumed my addiction”
A ‘Cinderella’ Adoption Story: May Is National Foster Care Month
Sports & Health
Salt River High School Baseball 2016
Recreation Department Hosts Obstacle Course Challenge
Ride Safely: Wear a Helmet
   
 
SRPD Reports
Peace Officer Memorial and Remembrance Ceremony
Monthly Crime Statistics
Gallery
Emily King Named Administrative Professional of the Year
Peace Officer Memorial and Remembrance Ceremony
Salt River High School Baseball 2016
1,000 Books Donated to Salt River Schools
Events Calendar
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INTRO TO AGRICULTURE, 6 p.m.-8 p.m. at 10227 E. Osborn Rd Scottsdale AZ. The Community Garden Program presents Intro to Agriculture. Join us for the first, in a series, of movie nights related to agriculture and issues farmers content with at a local, state, federal and even global scale. The documentaries will be an hour or less, followed by discussion. Light refreshments will be served. For more information contact Cultural Resources at (480) 362-6325.

19 INTERESTED IN WEATHER? BECOME A NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STORM SPOTTER! 5:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m. at the SR Fire Station 294 on Indian School Training Room. This class will teach people how to properly identify and report significant weather phenomena and contribute to public safety. Class is limited to 30 participants. For registration and more information contact Captain Robert Scabby (480) 544-4525.

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ECEC Preschool Transition Ceremony, 9:30 a.m. at the Early Childhood Education Center. For more information call ECEC at (480) 362-2200.

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MESA COMMUNITY FARMERS MARKET, Fridays 9 a.m.-1 p.m. at Farmers Market at City Plaza 20 E. Main Street. Enjoy fresh produce, backed goods, jellies, meats, hand crafted products and more every Friday. For more information visit the Mesa AZ home page website at www.mesaas.gov.to Reserve your spot NOW!

21 SENIOR SPRING/ SUMMER BAZAAR, 8 a.m.-1 p.m. at the Lehi Community Building. Sponsored by Salt River Senior Club. food booth $40. Goodie or crafts $30. Crafts and goodie $40. Must provide your own set up, must have a food handler’s card. All drinks to be sold by senior club. Cash only, no refunds. For information or request a space call Angie Dallas at 480-251-2664.
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