Noah Kutz


Forecast for July 28: Job Monsoon, blowing fresh air into city labor woes

As many as 100 companies across Tempe are desperately searching for qualified staffers to fill their job openings.

Post-holiday cleanup crew branches out to make Christmas brighter for needy families

By Noah Kutz Fake trees? Forget about them. Those plastic branches and metal spines may be hassle- free, but nothing can replace the aroma of genuine pine and that cozy-Christmas feeling a real...

In a sea of community news, we cast a line for your thoughts, ideas

By Noah Kutz I’ve done a fair amount of fishing in my time—well, actually fishing through the pages of some how-to books more than doing the real thing. One of the most fascinating...

One of our all-time fave employees is gone, but not likely to be forgotten

“So are you a Corona guy?” He asked me as if we’d known each other for years and were just catching up.

‘Stay at home:’ Here are the facts

By Noah Kutz Governor Ducey’s executive order to ‘Stay home, stay healthy, stay connected’ will come into effect for all individuals in Arizona at 5:00 p.m. on March 31st, and will remain in...

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 not able to practice or participate in any...

Churches connect online during crisis

By Noah Kutz Nearly every part of daily life has changed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, from average residents to the world’s most powerful leaders. Nobody, many have said, has ever seen anything...

Tempe fire, police deliver a message for change to kids at Tempe schools

Story and Photos by Noah Kutz Headlines across the nation read similarly: “They shared a bunk bed growing up. Both were killed by the police” or “Examining how police bullets shattered a Brooklyn...

Noah Kutz