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Rethinking advice from days of yore: A new look for our horsey origins . . . despite warnings

We've rolled out a new logo at Wrangler News and wranglernews.com, reflective of our desire to be on the cutting edge of all things Tempe and West Chandler while maintaining our community roots. 

Intel’s $20B investment in 2 new chip factories in S. Chandler to create 3,000 high-wage tech jobs

Two new computer-chip factories, to open in 2024 at Intel's Ocotillo campus in south Chandler, will create more than 3,000 high-wage tech jobs.

Print Edition – October 2, 2021

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Autonomous vehicles now preferred mode among seniors, disabled, according to transit study

Southeast Valley seniors and disabled riders prefer autonomous vehicles, like Waymo, over taxis or rideshare alternatives, according to a Federal Transit Administration report.

Even as summer heat wanes, Jenny’s Trailer still a connection to Tempe housing and social services

Jenny’s Trailer, a solarized 20-foot travel trailer, provides respite from extreme desert heat and a place to connect to housing and social services in Tempe.

‘Still in shock’: Kyrene del Cielo kindergarten teacher among 20 in U.S. honored in contest

Kyrene del Cielo kindergarten teacher among 20 in U.S. honored in contest.

Former Chandler Councilman Sellers, now Board of Supervisors chair, rips Cyber Ninjas report

Maricopa County Board of Supervisors Chairman Jack Sellers on Sept. 24 urged the Arizona Senate to work harder and use professional and industry-accepted standards to assess the county’s 2020 General Election vote.

Chandler celebrating Hispanic heritage during month-long ‘Contigo’ events through Oct. 15

Chandler’s celebration of National Hispanic Heritage Month, “Chandler Contigo,” continues through Oct. 15 and features numerous events, including traditional folk dancing.

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