Project Based Learning electives aren’t your typical elective.
There was a time when children between the ages 3 to 5 were left out of the traditional classroom, spending time in self-directed play or watching shows like Sesame Street.
Corona boys soccer team, currently ranked No. 3 nationally and No. 1 in the state, according to MaxPreps.com, with 14 returning players, 10 of them starters from last season, has a chance to be as good or better than the Aztec team that won the Arizona Division I state championship in 2010.
Dominic Balistriere, owner of Body Renew Fitness in Tempe, sees it every day.
It’s that time of year when everyone, it seems, is trying to get into shape. Whether it’s a few too many Christmas cookies or that extra serving of pie and pastries, lots of folks find their clothes are on the snug side come January.
In this first-of-the-year issue of Wrangler News, we pay tribute to two members of the Kyrene School District’s Governing Board who have served tirelessly — and effectively — for the combined past quarter century.
We tend to think of NASA as part of the “New Frontier” and “Camelot” and the general unembarrassed optimistic idealism we associate, accurately or not, with the late ‘50s and early ‘60s. So it’s a slight jolt to realize that the space program, at least in its early days (then NACA, or the National Advisory […]
As snow and ice continue to blanket parts of the country, Tempe and Chandler are blissfully immune to the ravages of extreme winter weather.
The vacant property that once housed a Circle K at the northeast corner of Rural and Warner will soon have a new tenant.
I’ve been a religion writer for the better part of my career. That explains why, when I began writing for Wrangler News back in January 2015, I was naturally drawn to telling stories of faith.