Max Foster

Sports Reporter

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Pine’s weekend Poker Run helps community children

Justice McNeeley Foundation finishes its first decade

The Justice McNeeley Foundation doesn’t usually receive the philanthropic credit it deserves, but that doesn’t prevent its scores of dedicated volunteers from continuing to provide financial aid to needy children.

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Pine mountain bike race sets record

The Fourth Annual Fire on the Rim Mountain Bike Race was “bigger and better than ever” just as event co-chairs Janet Brandt and Katie Calderon promised during an April 5 community meeting.

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Fire on the Rim promises fun, food and awards

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Gerardo’s Italian Feast to be served 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. today, Friday, Sept. 12, at the Mary Ellen Randall Arena on Bradshaw Drive and Old County Road is sure to be win-win for everyone.

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Pine gearing up for mountain bike races

Fire on the Rim co-chair Janet Brandt has spent almost a full year planning for the fourth annual mountain bike race and her hope now is that large crowds turn out Saturday to cheer on the cyclists.

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Reprehensible rascals steal Pine sign

Some dastardly deeds are downright deplorable.

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Mountain bike race rolling along

Pine gears up for activities for Fire on the Rim race

The Fire on the Rim Mountain Bike Race is growing in popularity among Rim Country residents and has event co-chairs Janet Brandt and Katie Calderon fired up.

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Schools’ windfall not so great on closer look

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Because the Arizona Legislature violated Proposition 301 passed by state voters in 2000 and shortchanged the public school system during the recession, it is only right that the state pay $317 million immediately to schools as Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Katherine Cooper ruled in a judgment on a long-standing lawsuit challenging school funding.

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Karolyn’s Wish raises money for children in Pine

In vintage Old West movies, it was common to see on the big screen mounted cavalry riding to the rescue with flags waving and bugles blowing.

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Lots of fun in Pine this weekend

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The highlight of the Labor Day weekend is certain to be the myriad of activities on the agenda for the Pine Strawberry Arts and Crafts Guild Festival to be held from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. tomorrow, Aug. 30, and from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. the following day.

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Buffs to celebrate academic triumph

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Pine Strawberry School students and teachers will gather at 8:15 a.m. Aug. 29 during the school’s first flag ceremony of the year to celebrate the improvement on the new state accountability system to a B grade from last year’s C.

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