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The Higley Unified School District Governing Board has called for a special election to approve a $95 million capital bond issue. 

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A Phoenix cop, a Pinkerton agent and a former Maricopa County deputy treasurer are among the candidates looking to fill an upcoming vacancy on the Gilbert Public Schools Governing Board.

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Cactus Yards’ first year under the town’s control brought in $2.9 million in direct spending to Gilbert, thanks largely to youth sports, an Arizona State University study found.

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Gilbert’s new logo – a G-shaped logo abstract in the colors of pink, orange and navy blue – is being stamped on all its assets, including its webpage, street signs, business cards and town merchandise.