The #RedForEd movement is rolling along, despite the seasonal summer break. It’s a lower profile, of course, compared with the large volume of teachers who participated in the walkout in April.
In case you think that we at Wrangler News live a life devoid of stress or even outright hazard once in a while, let us set the record straight. We don’t.
“Is there an elbow in that box of parts there, amor?”
It’s incredible how familiar sounds and smells can cause us to reminisce on times past—memories which most call “the good old days.”
As to whom they’ll all dote over that day, Doreen will still be the matriarch. For the first time, though, she will not have her own mom on Mother’s Day.
One particular group of students, however, observed the end of the school year in a comparatively reserved but nonetheless celebratory way.
In other words, as we have said many times, we aren’t looking under rocks for headline-grabbing sensationalism.
Marketing/public-relations director and designated broker for real estate superstar Michael Pollack, Patrick Cassidy sits back on the wrought-iron chair at a Tempe Starbucks and launches into a story about a woman who awoke one morning hearing her 2-year-old son screaming in agony.
We are still in the midst of a strong seller market—both locally in the Kyrene Corridor and throughout most of the Valley.
Sure, other community newspapers do it. But we’re not like everyone else.