It’s Christmas, and everywhere we look there’s a smile

Photographer Billy Hardiman captures some of our neighborhoods’ best holiday scenes.    

Kassel succeeds Trick as Tempe Woman of the Year

The Tempe Chamber of Commerce has named Kristine Kassel as its 2013 Business Woman of the Year. She was honored at the 18th Annual...

Recalling the time Ali punched me (but not very hard!)

Lots of people have come forward with stories about their encounters with Muhammed Ali over the years. Now it’s my turn.

Kiwanis Club Easter Egg Hunt is April 4

Children 10 and under are invited to a free Easter egg hunt on Saturday, April 4, at the north soccer field of Kiwanis Park, 6111 S. All-America...

Grassroots initiative brings hope to homeless, impoverished

A ride to a doctor’s appointment. A bag packed with nutritious food. A hot shower. An after-school activity.  Small actions, big impact – all supported by the Tempe Community Council.

Neighborhood News & Notes –

The Kyrene Corridor is a great place to call home. Our community is comprised of the stories of people and their achievements, their labors...

Avery Moss picks Nebraska

In the end, it came down to family for Avery Moss, the Corona defensive end, who announced in the fourth quarter of the Jan....

Around Town: Holiday decorations in full effect

Photos by Billy Hardiman The holiday season was evident everywhere Wrangler News looked. To all, the profusion of lights and their message of good will seemed to...

No place for mob mentality when First Amendment rights are threatened

The asterisk by the First Amendment grows larger and larger every day, a condition made painfully evident by viral videos showing students who lack basic civic knowledge imposing their will on journalists and running roughshod over the most fundamental rights.

Sock it to ‘em

Kyrene Middle School students launch drive to help needy kids