Tempe boosts care for homeless by $1 million

Special Report By Susie Steckner Tempe is making steady progress toward housing chronically homeless people, and successfully keeping them housed. Focusing on this population is...

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Animal magnetism: pet-sitting opens doors to couple’s world view

By Sammie Wicks A young Tempe financial analyst, who says her day job represents her “practical side,” claims a new part-time vocation has helped her...

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County’s growth maintains ranking as nation’s 4th largest

By Wrangler News Staff More people moved to Maricopa County than any other county in the nation last year, according to U.S. Census Bureau population...

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Volleyball championships: Tribute to 10 seniors at team’s final home game

By Alex Zener Corona’s 10 seniors—who played in 65 percent of the 966 sets, recorded 76 percent of the 1,068 kills and served 74% of...
Sign outside of Kyrene stating that they are an IB school

Kyrene Middle School gains international distinction

By Sammie Ann Wicks It’s no surprise that anything employing the word baccalaureate and its built-in suggestion of academic excellence usually catches an admiring...

Avoiding the ‘Arizona nose’: How to deal with seasonal allergies

It was once believed that Arizona was the perfect place for seasonal allergy sufferers. However, this is no longer the case. The unique mixture...
couple with pets

Animal magnetism: pet-sitting opens doors to couple’s world view

By Sammie Wicks A young Tempe financial analyst, who says her day job represents her “practical side,” claims a new part-time vocation has helped her...

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Sign outside of Kyrene stating that they are an IB school

Kyrene Middle School gains international distinction

By Sammie Ann Wicks It’s no surprise that anything employing the word baccalaureate and its built-in suggestion of academic excellence usually catches an admiring...
Angela Ding presents her research to audiences

Corona research hopeful gets a buzz from global science entry

By Diana Nelson What led to Angela Ding’s brainy decision to enter one of the world’s top science and engineering competitions? You might say it...

Seton Catholic Prep student selected for prestigious summer program

Seton Catholic Prep’s Valeria Juvera Cruz will study in New York City this summer under a program that has welcomed “intellectually adventurous” students to historic learning centers in the U.S., Great Britain, France and Spain for more than 30 years.
High school graduates return to their elementary classrooms

H.S. grads make return to their Kyrene classrooms

By Wrangler News Staff High school graduates across the state are settling in for the next chapter of their lives, but a few area students...

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Volleyball championships: Tribute to 10 seniors at team’s final home game

By Alex Zener Corona’s 10 seniors—who played in 65 percent of the 966 sets, recorded 76 percent of the 1,068 kills and served 74% of...

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