Chandler’s always-popular Nozomi Aquatic Center proves a perfect attraction, not only for area kids but for Wrangler News photographer Billy Hardiman, who ventured out one recent morning to capture the antics and faces of an unsurprising throng of young water-buddies.
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.
You’ve probably heard them and wondered what you could do about it: The howling, the yowling and the fights that break out between the feral cats that populate the area.
Considering that “Let there be light” is You-Know-Who’s very first line in the Bible, you’d think that more people would aspire to the lighting business.
Algebra may be a high-school level class, but middle school students at Summit School of Ahwatukee seem to thrive in advanced coursework. This year seventh grader Emma Lee earned the highest score in the state on the Arizona Association of Teachers of Mathematics annual state-wide algebra competition. Emma shares Summit’s renown with an impressive contingent […]
Tempe Union graduates from our area earned almost 25 million dollars in scholarships: Tempe High with 319 grads, $3.97 million Marcos de Niza with 350 grades, $4 million McClintock High with 375 grads, $5 million Corona del Sol with 611 grads, $11 million Congratulations to all the 2015 graduates!
It happens in a matter of seconds and the consequences are heartrending. Tragically, it doesn’t have to happen at all. According to the Centers for Disease Control, outside of congenital anomalies, drowning is the leading cause of death among children 1-4. Twelve young children died in water related incidents in the Phoenix metro area in […]
By M.V. Moorhead Kevin Farley has had enough hamburgers for a while. “My eyes aren’t bigger than my stomach—my eyes are, like, seven times bigger than my stomach,” says the actor and comedian, briefly sitting down to chat in the corporate offices of Tilted Kilt on Warner Road in Tempe. “I flew in yesterday,” he […]
By Deborah Hilcove Years ago, they marked seamen, gang members and drug users. Today, however, they’ve lost their ominous reputation. Musicians, actors and athletes have popularized them to the extent that about 25 percent of the American public—including politicians, students and housewives—flaunt tattoos. But with that ink often comes regret. The U.S. Food and Drug […]
Corona Baseball — With one game left in the regular season, the Aztecs are sitting in 11th place in the Division I baseball standings with a 20-6 overall record after defeating Mountain Pointe, 1-0, April 23, at Diablo Stadium. On April 29, Corona honored seniors on their home field while playing host to Desert Ridge. […]