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A symbol of peace, 2009

   Seven hundred students at Kyrene de las Brisas Elementary School celebrated 100 days of peace—no students sent to the office, no arguments, no conflicts—by having a parade through the school, then heading outside...

Popular CdS coach a ‘hero’ in multitude of ways

It's no surprise: Corona del Sol High School has an everyday "hero" among its faculty and coaching staff. Now, after more than 30 years, Dave Vibber's character and greatness, both on and...

Chandler City Council helping owners of foreclosed Chandler homes

A procedure to help buyers of foreclosed Chandler homes has been approved by the Chandler City Council. The $1.4 million program will be funded through a grant from the U.S. Housing and...

Church to host summer music camp

Arizona Community Church will be the site of a summer music camp for children ages 11 to 14. The week-long, half-day intensive workshops are designed for violin, viola, cello and bass students...

How-to’s help entreprenuers start a small business

Hands-on advice to entrepreneurs who want to start or grow a small or minority-owned enterprise, followed by a workshop on how to do business with 15 or more city, county and state...

Kyrene officials ‘very, very proud’: For second time, a rare A+ for staff, kids at Mariposa Elementary

In 2004, when Kyrene de la Mariposa was named one of Arizona's top elementary schools, the entire student body lined up to form a gigantic "A+" to celebrate the impressive new honor. Now,...

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