Tempe's high schools have once again sent their best and finest on to the next step toward the future—a time when these outstanding young people, the Class of 2016, will go forward into a new and challenging world.Cor
Motivation and support come in many forms, including a cold nose and a warm heart.
Blake Norvell is gone, but his achievements—and his smile—won’t be forgotten. William “Blake” Norvell died May 28, and it took only days for family and...
Some days you wonder if you are making a difference. You question if your life has purpose. Are you in the right place? Are you are doing what you were meant to do with your life?
News of awards catches teachers off guard
Eight students at Corona del Sol High School have signed letters of intent to play collegiate sports next year.
The Kyrene School District is facing a good problem to solve—how to spend nearly $1.2 million in results-based funding.
Bernadette Coggins is the new president of the Kyrene School District Governing Board, succeeding Ross Robb. Wrangler News correspondent Diana Whittle asked Coggins about the opportunities and challenges she sees facing the board in the coming year.
Look out President Trump—youth at Mirada Elementary in Chandler now understand leadership skills and stand ready to be accountable for their academic achievement and behavior.
Visions of the future can spring to life almost anywhere, and this month they’re at the Tempe History Museum. An algae farm, a biodiesel station,...