Joyce Coronel

Joyce Coronel has been interviewing and writing stories since she was 12, and she’s got the scrapbooks to prove it. The mother of five grown sons and native of Arizona is passionate about local news and has been involved in media since 2002, coming aboard at Wrangler News in 2015. Joyce believes strongly that newspapers are a lifeline to an informed public and a means by which neighbors can build a sense of community—vitally important in today’s complex world.
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Chandler-Intel pact preserves city’s water resources as drought lingers

Chandler officials say a new partnership with Intel is designed to optimize use of the city’s water resources.

TRIBUTE TO STARS FOR NURSES DAY It’s an incredible job, yet to Chandler Regional ER heroine it’s ‘no big deal’

Veteran Emergency Department nurse calls work with patients at Chander Regional "a privilege."

A COMMUNITY TOUCHED DEEPLY Fallen officer stirs personal memories, heartfelt gratitude, memorial to valor

In the glare of the harsh morning sunlight, they came, one by one, to silently pay their respect to a Chandler police officer killed in the line of duty April 30.

Kids neglected in foster care find new love in special place a continent away

Tempe couple providing loving home to three children who were removed from an abusive environment in South Carolina.

A novel view on becoming an author — by one who’s been there, done that

Growing up in Australia and trained as a journalist, Margaret Ann Spence never dreamed she one day would be a novelist in Tempe, Arizona.

Vaccinations are a shot in the arm for COVID-control effort, physician says

Dr. Omar Gonzalez, epidemiologist for Dignity Health, urges Arizonans not to become complacent about receiving the COVID-19 vaccination because caseloads are declining.

Young advocates giving voice to the ‘Silents’ who suffered bullying, suicide

Kirk Smalley founded Stand for the Silent because, “We couldn’t live in a world ... where babies were taking their own lives because of the actions of others.”

3.5 tons of food donated for people, pets in action agency’s call for help

Tempe residents recently donated 3 1/2 tons of food to Tempe Community Action Agency, the Aris Foundation and Saving One Life.

Joyce Coronel

Joyce Coronel has been interviewing and writing stories since she was 12, and she’s got the scrapbooks to prove it. The mother of five grown sons and native of Arizona is passionate about local news and has been involved in media since 2002, coming aboard at Wrangler News in 2015. Joyce believes strongly that newspapers are a lifeline to an informed public and a means by which neighbors can build a sense of community—vitally important in today’s complex world.
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