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1st year’s successes create cornerstone of more yet to come

By Laura Toenjes With a new school year about to start, the Kyrene district's superintendent offers an overview of the strategic plan that will form a basis for efforts taking place through 2025. One...

Recalling the all-too-short life of Dick Foreman

A salute—and a sad goodbye—to revered Tempe leader For all who knew, worked with and respected community activist Dick Foreman, word of his passing came as disappointing and unwelcome news. In recognition of...

Multi-year programming to highlight Arts Center seasons

The seemingly growing ranks of avid theatergoers in Tempe and West Chandler have plenty in store as Tempe Center for the Arts reveals its resident company partners for the 2024–27 seasons. According to...

Wheeling-in to summer: Tempe’s new Bike Heroes

Season's heat no obstacle to teens’ pursuit of a passion Editor’s note: Every so often, those of us at Wrangler News get an unexpected jolt of genuine neighborhood joy. When it happens, it...

Print Edition – July 6, 2024

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$1.63 billion Chandler budget due for July 1 adoption

West Chandler residents following their city’s annual financing process will feel the first effects on Monday, July 1, of a $1.63 billion budget agreed upon to extend through the coming year. The...

Passage from life to death: The tragedy of elder abuse

Having ‘a village’ vital to mobilizing care; June workshop set to raise awareness For Tempe council member Berdetta Hodge, the memories of agonies that people can experience as they age are particularly vivid....

Draw-a-Thon: It’s back at Tempe Center for the Arts

Tempe Center for the Arts’ free Draw-A-Thon is back again this year – Saturday, June 22 from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. It’s a cool, indoor celebration of drawing for all ages....

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