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Warner Ranch gains funding for neighborhood upgrades

Tempe has awarded $15,000 to the Warner Ranch Homeowners Association for a meditation garden at Harelson Park, at Warner Ranch Drive and Myrna Lane. Other projects include security lighting, xeriscape conversion, neighborhood entry...

Online Edition – August 15, 2009

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Full-disclosure policy on personnel issues: Interesting idea, but is it one we really want?

We got a call from Dr. David Schauer the other day, wanting to make sure we had all the available details regarding the seemingly back-to-back disclosures of two recent resignations, both based...

Online Edition – August 1, 2009

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New principals at four Kyrene schools when classes start Monday, Aug. 10

The Kyrene district will welcome four new principals when the new school year starts Monday, Aug. 10. Longtime Kyrene del Pueblo Middle School principal Tom Sieger retired this summer after many years of...

Kyrene Corridor Briefs

D.W. Higgins Institute will be marking its 12th year as a K-8 charter school by moving to a new campus on the northeast corner of Southern and the Price/101 Freeway. The new campus,...

Online Edition – July 18, 2009

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Longtime area Realtors expand to new offices as home sales suggest signs of improvement

The future of Kyrene Corridor home sales gained evidence of new optimism with the opening of a nearly 7,000-square-foot office by Hunt Real Estate ERA, Lucas Division, at the recently redesigned McClintock...

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