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Nov. 4 event let’s Tempe residents join forces to help people, pets

Gather up non-perishable food, feminine hygiene supplies and pet food then head to an easy, drive-thru food and supply drive organized by Tempe Neighborhoods Together and the city of Tempe. The drive...

Print Edition – October 21, 2023

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SHOWTIME!

Dignitaries from the city of Tempe and Arizona Theatre Company raised the curtain on a newly unveiled collaboration to bring top quality performances to Tempe Center for the Arts. The partnership was celebrated...

What’s your favorite halloween candy?

Some like 'em sweet, some like 'em sour, but everyone loves the candy and fun that Halloween brings every year. Halloween kicks off the fall season with changing leaves, cooler weather and...

Bullying in our high schools: What is being done about it?

Editor’s note: October is Bullying Prevention Awareness Month and Wrangler News wants to take the pulse of bullying that may exist in our area’s high schools. Have you been bullied? If yes,...

$2.25 million OK’d for investment in technology designed to assist Chandler PD investigations

West Chandler residents and their citywide neighbors may soon be benefitting from advanced high-tech crime-solving techniques. City Council members recently approved proposed uses of $2.25 million in Senate Bill 1720 funding by...

Lost Our Home Pet Rescue writes another happy ending

50 dogs found in dire circumstances; neighbors enable massive rescue This past month the local news was filled with a sad and horrific story, made sadder and even more horrific because it isn’t...

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