A mom’s thanks to those who serve our country and our community

After all the family dinners, celebrations and farewells, the day of departure had finally arrived. My son, a Corona del Sol and ASU  graduate and...

Commentary: A moment of enlightenment, followed by one man’s personal ‘Night of Hope’

Article and photos by Noah Kutz I glanced casually around at the cars stopped next to me at the Broadway and Rural intersection, but my...

Looking for local news? Fake-book is no place to find it

Those of us who stay abreast of national and world developments know that Facebook has been accused of disseminating fake news, coupled with allegations of...
Wrangler News editor Joyce Coronel

At this celebratory time of year, can we unplug our devices for a moment?

It’s that time of year when our hearts turn toward home and we long to be with loved ones, reliving happy memories of days...

First person: Making our community better, one unlocked door at a time

Noah Kutz, lead member of our community outreach effort, is a global studies major at ASU. He lived for five years in the Washington,...

Thanks for thinking of me, but Santa has already arrived

If you’ve had some sleepless nights lately agonizing over what to give me for Christmas, go back to bed and worry no more. I...

Who raises, lowers Old Glory? Spend a few moments with Victor Feliberty

Editor's note: Noah Kutz, one of our young writers, turned a feature-story assignment into an opportunity for personal introspection. When he graduates from the...

Walking enthusiast discovers new world, right in his own neighborhood

Editor’s Note: The following commentary was submitted by South Tempe resident Robert Hall. Like so many others, I’ve become addicted to my Fitbit. Since...

Words from the wise: In this season, make them yours

Wise men came in the midst of darkness to render him homage. That’s one of the many images you see popping up in dazzling holiday...

No bodies in the street? What kind of newspaper are we, anyway…

We’ve been hearing a lot from readers about (a) all the political ads that have appeared in our pages lately and (b) how much those readers appreciated the generally more civil tone of discourse evident in Wrangler News compared to some of the other election-season messaging.
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