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Marcos de Niza baseball »

By Alex Zener The Padres, with 13 seniors out of the 19 players on the roster, have an experienced team that has amassed a 12-9 overall record as of April…

Apr 20 2014 / No Comment / Read More »
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Aztec volleyball making major strides after a year of impressive rebuilding »

By Alex Zener Halfway through the season, the Aztec volleyball team’s nine returning and four new players are determined to prove that after a transformational season last year they are…

Apr 20 2014 / No Comment / Read More »
Local News

Author Bommersbach retells tale of ‘30s trunk murderess »

By M.V. Moorhead ‘Winnie was a wonderful person…The only thing I knew about the murders was what I read in…

Apr 20 2014 / No Comment / Read More »

Moon struck: Last week’s lunar eclipse »

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Wrangler News photographer Billy Hardiman, whose previous foray into celestial photography focused on last summer’s Perseus meteor shower, ventured forth…

Apr 20 2014 / No Comment / Read More »

Kids partner to aid homeless, helpless pets »

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By Chelsea Martin In order to pursue a better tomorrow in our communities, educators say, there must be increased focus…

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Tempe History Museum to host heady soul-pop of ‘Future Loves Past’ »

By Chase Kamp While the Tempe History Museum has been working hard to chronicle the city’s musical past in a…

Apr 20 2014 / No Comment / Read More »
Entertainment

‘Orangemen’ peel a slice of inspiration from Blue Man Group »

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M.V. Moorhead Photo by Billy Hardiman Orange is the new Blue. At least it is at Corona del Sol. The Percussion Ensemble from the high school’s powerhouse music department has decided, in recent performances, to style themselves after Blue Man Group, the popular percussion/pantomime theatrical…

Mar 22 2014 / No Comment / Read More »
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All Smiles for young blind student

Despite being 7,700 miles and 11-plus hours apart, Tempe residents Denise Rentschler and Kate Baldanza forged a bond that helped bring happiness to a blind 9-year-old and hope to dozens of other disabled kids. The pair’s…

Apr 20 2014 / Read More »

Kyrene schools to remodel lobbies as part of enhanced security plan

By Diana Whittle At the start of classes next fall, students and their families will find measures in place designed to help improve the safety and security of campuses at seven Kyrene schools: newly remodeled entry…

Apr 20 2014 / Read More »
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Marcos music program plays their way into the NEMC nationwide contest

 Skills learned on the playing field can build more than just athletic prowess. They can lay a foundation for teamwork, for tenacity, for the ability to confront life’s challenges head on. And while the route may…

Apr 18 2014 / Read More »
Neighborhood

Duke’s: Where family memories are made

By M.V. Moorhead “Honestly, we wanted someplace where all three of us would want to go.” Within that encapsulated bit of history from Jaime Ponder, one of the three founders of Duke’s Tavern, lies the gastronomic…

Apr 20 2014 / Read More »
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All Smiles for young blind student

Despite being 7,700 miles and 11-plus hours apart, Tempe residents Denise Rentschler and Kate Baldanza forged a bond that helped bring happiness to a blind 9-year-old and hope to dozens of other disabled kids. The pair’s…

Apr 20 2014 / Read More »
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Marcos music program plays their way into the NEMC nationwide contest

 Skills learned on the playing field can build more than just athletic prowess. They can lay a foundation for teamwork, for tenacity, for the ability to confront life’s challenges head on. And while the route may…

Apr 18 2014 / Read More »
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