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Youth face issues head-on

Mayor, staff support teens in a unified effort Nearly 150 Tempe middle and high school students came together to learn about civic engagement and public policy at the Tempe Youth Talks event. The...

Print Edition – May 4, 2024

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Awards, fun aplenty, as neighbors celebrate

Annual event seen as a way to sustain a vibrant community More than 300 Tempe residents shared in games, live music—and apparently lots of fun—at Kiwanis Park as part of the city’s third...

Preserving Mother Earth

Vols come clean over their concerns for Papago Park Giving traditionally focuses on the few most-celebrated holidays of the year, but a handful of Tempe residents insist the gift of their time and...

Print Edition – April 20, 2024

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Princeton beckons Tempe Prep scholar with a full-ride grant

By Sayellor Taylor, Tempe Prep student reporter Admission into Princeton, for many students, is a dream. With lots of work from her end, it is senior Borislava Panayotova’s reality. Using QuestBridge, a scholarship...

Emergency medicine residency program to be launched at Chandler Regional

Visions of a new program to train emergency medicine physicians in the East Valley is about to become reality. Officials at Dignity Chandler Regional Medical Center say the initiative is designed to...

Print Edition – April 6, 2024

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