Need to conserve water remains vital, commentary by Kevin Hartke

Commentary by Kevin Hartke The City of Chandler supplies tens of millions of gallons of high-quality drinking water every day to our residential, business and industrial customers. Over the years, we have made smart...

Where do we go from here? Commentary by Don Kirkland

By Don Kirkland Several weeks ago on these pages we suggested that Wrangler News and other small, community-based newspapers are pondering their future as it relates to the in-depth coverage of local news. This,...

Bipartisan bill will streamline prior authorization, strengthen Medicare Advantage

By John Skelton As more and more seniors continue to move to the Grand Canyon state, it has never been more pressing to increase access to affordable, high-quality health care for Arizona seniors...

TUHSD process for getting rid of school resource officers not just unfortunate, it is dangerous to our children

Former Tempe Union High School District Governing Board members urge current board to rethink resolution that eliminates school resource officers on campuses.

20 YEARS LATER: Vivid memories come flooding back as we honor those lost in 9/11 attacks Digital News Editor Lee Shappell reflects on the terrorist attacks on the U.S. two decades later.

Coyotes relying on coming to terms with Tempe for new arena and entertainment district

The ice on which the Coyotes skate isn’t getting any thicker, and if the Tempe deal falls through, their future in the Valley could go with it.

5 a.m. arrival of work crew reminded us how thankful we are to live in U.S.

We know our country isn’t perfect, but we also know there’s nowhere else we’d rather be.

Area pastors share message of hope from Easter after a challenging year

Pastors of several Tempe and West Chandler churches to share their Easter messages.
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