City News

Bike hero? What better year to salute city’s top wheeler-dealer

Julian Dresang, Tempe city engineer, has been selected as the 2020 Bike Hero by the Tempe Transportation Commission for his contributions to making Tempe a safer place to bike the 217 miles of bikeways in the city.


Community News

Assisted-living plans seemingly dashed; neighbors still on edge

“We are against commercial business getting rich at the expense of our neighborhood,” the signs declare in black all-capital letters.

News Briefs

A holiday from cooking

Christmas may not be on most people’s minds these days, but Great Harvest Bread Co. is celebrating anyway. From July 20 to July 25, the...

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TUHSD shifts gears on re-opening plan; AZ School Board members urge Oct. 1 start...

They braved a brutally hot summer afternoon to let Tempe Union High School District’s governing board that they were fed up with the district’s plan for how school would reopen.

Racial equality: How one area school district will address it in the coming years

Wrangler News invited representa­tives of each school district in our Tempe/West Chandler coverage area to provide a 250-word descrip­tion of how their district is...

Grads hit the streets with parades, celebrations

Members of the high-school graduating class of 2020 are not strangers to national crises. They were born, after all, in the midst of the...

Pandemic won’t stop this parade: Community gives new meaning to ‘Corona’

The COVID-19 pandemic and its effect continue but that hasn’t stopped parents, neighbors and friends from coming up with ingenious ways to celebrate graduation. It...

Sports Notebook

How closures are affecting sports

By Alex Zener Currently it is estimated that about 54 million children in the United States are not in school, with a signification number of those...



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