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Sports: Two returnees raise hopes for Lady Aztec golf team »

Corona’s girls golf team took second place at the City Meet Sept. 11. Front: Julia Cuendet, Sarah Butler, Clare Dunnahoo, Lexie Baughman, Taylor Gransen. Back: Callie Stover, Courtney Conradi, Mikaela…

Sep 21 2014 / No Comment / Read More »
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Love of the game, love of winning »

Ex-pro makes a publishing ‘Rebound’ By M.V. Moorhead To rebound, in basketball, is to regain possession after a missed shot. So, intentionally or not, the term may carry a hint…

Jul 18 2014 / No Comment / Read More »
Local News

Talking Trash: Creativity Reigns as Fashion Inspires Ideas for a Sustainable Future »

By Michelle Hirsch Chandler residents with a flair for creativity and fashion recently looked for something “trashy” to create fashions…

Oct 7 2014 / No Comment / Read More »

Awards honor top firefighters »

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Capt. Mike Pallas has been named recipient of the Chandler Fire, Health and Medical Department’s Firefighter of the Year honors.…

Sep 21 2014 / No Comment / Read More »

Remembering Tempe’s fallen public safety heros »

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City of Tempe staff staged a media photo opportunity that preceded the setup of a police and fire informational booth…

Sep 21 2014 / No Comment / Read More »

Forum explores improved pathways to higher learning »

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Story & photo by Michelle Hirsch Utilizing a forum organized annually by the Chandler Chamber of Commerce, the presidents of…

Sep 21 2014 / No Comment / Read More »
Entertainment

Cassette tapes enjoying a comeback, thanks to Tempe group »

By Chase Kamp While the music industry continues to suffer from drooping annual sales figures, the resurgence of the vinyl record format has provided a beacon of hope. MP3s are still king, but fans young and old are buying LPs again for big album art,…

May 4 2014 / No Comment / Read More »
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Aspiring Robin Hoods

Aspiring Robin Hoods, gender notwithstanding, seem to be quivering with excitement at the newly adopted archery program being offered at Kyrene del Pueblo Middle School, with other schools hopefully soon to follow. The availability of bows and…

Sep 21 2014 / Read More »

Entreprenurial pair find a missing link to their education, fill the void with an online resource

When she began her educational trek toward a hoped-for career in nursing, Rebecca Rhea found a minor obstacle in the way: a dearth of interactive online resources. A Tempe Coventry resident and 2014 graduate of Grand…

Sep 21 2014 / Read More »
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For kids at Aguilar Elementary School, Fitness Friday was a howlin’ good time

Students at Aguilar Elementary School in Tempe hosted Howler, the mascot for the Phoenix Coyotes, at their weekly Fitness Friday program. They exercised with Howler and incorporated hockey drills. The event was started three years ago…

Sep 21 2014 / Read More »
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Nosh patrons learn the five steps of successful food-wine pairing

Students are back in school, so it seems the perfect time for adults to embrace a little wine education at Nosh. Chef Stacey Carson recently debuted Wine 101 at her local gastropub and wine bar. Participants…

Sep 21 2014 / Read More »
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Photo Gallery: Great 2014 Flood

Check out some of the Wrangler News photos of the flooding on Monday! Now on our Facebook page: Wrangler News Great Flood Facebook Photos…

Sep 9 2014 / Read More »
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Sequel to father-son bonding story ready for release

    Author tells how he reconstructed a broken relationship By Chelsea Martin What defines a true bond? How does one achieve a genuine connection with another, specifically one’s own kin? Tempe resident and author Dr.…

Jul 18 2014 / Read More »

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