Love Keeps Zoppé Italian Family Circus Returning to Chandler

With accordion players making music in the background, Giovanni Zoppé will introduce his large and eclectic family to the masses just outside the big top located on the west lawn behind Chandler Center for the Arts during the holidays.

A little fanfare, if you please

This marks a milestone anniversary of the little hometown publishing company that has brought you Wrangler News these past 20-plus years. While it’s like...

DBacks fundraiser salutes Dignity Health CEO Linda Hunt

At their eighth annual ‘Evening on the Diamond,’ Arizona Diamondbacks executives paid tribute to Linda Hunt, president and CEO of Dignity Health, which oversees Chandler Regional Medical Center and a host of...

Hi-tech lab offers a shadowy glimpse of our low-tech past

Kyrene Middle School’s new LTEC Lab, which combines state-of-the-art technology and software with hands-on projects, was converted into a dark cave billowing with mist...

Voters’ OK of Kyrene, Tempe Union measures allows planning to start now for future...

Story by Diana Whittle The voters’ approval of budget override measures in both the Kyrene Elementary and Tempe Union High school districts, lets administrators breathe a partial sigh of relief. Although...

$2 million in donations signal final year for Komen in Arizona

There comes a time in life when virtually everyone is faced with a mind-numbing challenge, one that forces us to either throw in the towel or fight...

Pickle-icious

Hey, parents: If the Valley's rising temps and absence of a school routine has made your kids fickle to getting some exercise, no need to...

A classic case of repurposing: Onetime pool now an organic garden

I’ve always had just a little patch of a garden,” says Rose Courtney. “Here, I thought, I’m going to do it all the way.” The trouble was, her...

Kyrene schools developing ways to counteract out-of-district migration

By Diana Whittle Photo by Billy Hardiman School choice allows parents the freedom to select the best learning environment for their children. It also may be one reason behind...

Former CDS star ballplayer who played on college teams returns to area as realtor

Two faces gaze down from the WANTED poster on the side of the Radatat Tattoo bus at Ray and McClintock. On the left is the face of a nice-looking young man with a pleasant expression, politely tipping his cowboy hat. On the right, perched above a jaunty bandana, is the face of a slightly perplexed but eager-to-please boxer.
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