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A Trip Back in Time

Do you know the story of one of Tempe’s nearest neighbors? Tempe Time Machine offers a chance to celebrate the unique and thriving town of Guadalupe, a colorful and creative destination for...

Fireworks again light up Tempe July 4th celebrations

Independence Day fireworks promise to brighten the sky around Tempe and West Chandler again this year, with Kiwanis Club of Tempe and the city of Tempe co-sponsoring the local observance. Date for...

Print Edition – June 17, 2023

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NFL Pro Andrus Peat gives back to community

By Andrew Lwowski Corona del Sol graduate and current New Orleans Saints guard Andrus Peat held his first annual Peat’s Purpose Celebrity basketball game and second annual youth football camp at his alma...

Longtime Tempe exec Inchausti named interim city manager after Ching’s departure

Rosa Inchausti, a three-decade city of Tempe staff member whose history spans a series of successive "firsts," is replacing departing City Manager Andrew Ching on an interim basis while a search for...

For Hometown Grad, Curiosity Paved Way To Historic Advances In Cancer Care

By Janie Magruder - Special for Wrangler News When Bukola Obayomi was younger, she wasn’t thinking about dissecting weevils, rewarding rodents for running through mazes or reproductive problems in uterine horns. Nevertheless, this...

Print Edition – June 3, 2023

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Arizona Republic Reporters Due For One Day Strike

  Journalists at The Arizona Republic, a Gannett newspaper, have announced that they will part of a group holding a wave of nationwide strikes starting on June 5, the day of Gannett’s annual...

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