A longtime favorite gets a long-deserved recognition

Popular Tempe musician Walt Richardson became the first inductee into Mill Avenue's new Walk of Music, a tribute to the many contributors to the Valley scene ‘who have...

Young athlete skates toward bright future on ice.

By Chelsea Martin Any professional athlete can prepare for years through a virtually non-stop, unrelenting campaign and a determination to follow the training regimen to the letter—and still...

Downtown Chandler summer Bingo a great way to stay cool

As the scorching outdoor temperatures continue, the Downtown Chandler Community Partnership has a creative way to have fun and beat the summer inferno.

Former CDS star ballplayer who played on college teams returns to area as realtor

Two faces gaze down from the WANTED poster on the side of the Radatat Tattoo bus at Ray and McClintock. On the left is the face of a nice-looking young man with a pleasant expression, politely tipping his cowboy hat. On the right, perched above a jaunty bandana, is the face of a slightly perplexed but eager-to-please boxer.

Fine Arts Showcase Preview

More than 500 Kyrene kids are busy preparing for a free, firstever, district-wide Fine Arts Showcase, coming to Desert Vista High School on Friday, April 4. Art and music...

Advances in technology spur new trend in sports training

High school athletics is more high profile and intense then ever. With stiffer rivalry at every level in every sport, preparation to compete is...

For gymnastics: A well-earned ‘Gold Medal’

Whether soaring from the uneven bars, twirling across a balance beam or executing dizzying flips, Amanda Borden knows that gymnastics is a sport that captivates.

It may not smell or taste terrific, but that big gulp of water is...

If you’ve noticed a “musty” taste and odor in your tap water recently, it’s not your imagination – and you can rest assured that...

‘Phenom’ Palin draws a crowd at south Tempe book signing

Chants of “Sarah! Sarah! Sarah!” filled the Costco in south Tempe as Sarah Palin strode into the center of the warehouse store wearing a...

MCC promotes civic engagement

By Sally Mesarosh Mesa Community College student Amanda Fahy believes there’s more to a college education than just academics. This past semester she took time from her studies to volunteer at Care Partnership, a...
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