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The Buckeye Valley: Remembering The Past



Tonopah was the only place to get water in the early 1900s, so people started to form a community there.  According to homsteader residents of the area. Tonopah is a Nativ American word meaning "hot wawter under the bush." In 1932, in Harquahala Valley, a new school was built, named Range 2N 8W Accommodation School but commonly called Crawford's School. family names represented the school were Reid, Crawford, Parker, Pirtle, and Wright, with teacher Mason W. Davis School was held for two and a ahalf years with at least eight students. The school bell is a car wheel disc hanging from a board, which was hit with a piece of iron. In 2005, Saddle Mountain Unified School District No. 90 celebrated the opening of its first high school, Tonopah Valley High School (Home of the Phoenix) Previously, high school students travedled many miles to attend Buckeye Union Highs School or Wickenburg High School. (Then image courtesy of BUHS Library Archives.)


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Day 2: Love is Kind

Be kind to one another, tender-hearted, forgiving each other, just as God in Christ also has forgiven you. – Esphesians 4:32


Editors Corner : The Love Dare Day 2!

September 30, 2019

Hi there, I am trying something new to see what kind of results we can receive back with a new column idea I have.  I am the Editor of The Buckeye Sta...

Editors Corner - The Love Dare Day 1

September 30, 2019

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