Why this job is easy to love [Hint: It’s not just the job, it’s...

I’ll have to admit that I was happily surprised at the number of responses we received from our recent tribute to the many talented people I've had the privilege of working with and knowing these past years.

MCC reaches out to first-generation minority applicants

Last year, the U.S. Census Bureau confirmed that kids nearing school age are part of a majority-minority population segment.

A shocking tale, revisited

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This month Glendale Mayor Jerry Weiers allowed himself to be “tased” by a Coyotes fan as a charity stunt to benefit the 100 Club of Arizona.

The sometimes agonizing, frequently enlightening, lessons learned on the road to becoming a journalist

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I’ve had the pleasure of writing about sports and a number of other topics for Wrangler News for a little over a year.

Musician by day, lifesaver by night

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Jacob Morris, a 19-year-old professional musician, is working to help spread awareness on suicide prevention and mental illness through his music.

$6,000 pre-school grants now available

Through strategic partnerships with three noted social-service providers, Summit School of Ahwatukee is making eight $6,000 pre-school scholarships available to area children.

Turkeys, pumpkins, eggnog—for which, yes, we’re eternally thankful

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Editor’s note: Our longtime Discerning Diner returns via the following reprint from a column written for us many Thanksgivings ago—for which, of course, we offer...

Tempe sets public session to discuss proposed fire station

Tempe’s Fire Medical Rescue Chief Greg Ruiz will lead a community discussion about a new Fire Medical Rescue station on Tuesday, May 24, from 6 to 7:30 p.m. at Arizona Community Church, 9325 S. Rural Road.

Final Census push allows residents to take survey over the phone

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If you live in West Chandler and have been missed in Chandler’s 2015 Special Census, it’s not too late to be counted.

Veterinarians teach care, first aid for furry friends

Registration is underway for adult and children’s classes offered at University Animal Hospital under auspices of the Tempe Parks and Recreation Department.
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