Vote for bonds is a vote for our future

As you may have noticed over the past year, Wrangler News has carried a multitude of feature articles about the ways in which Kyrene...

Kyrene board reverses decision, approves original scheduling plan

When classes start again Aug. 9, Kyrene School District students will spend less time in physical education and music every week, and five minutes...

Ray/Dobson delays start July 5

West Chandler residents may want to avoid the intersection of Ray Road at Dobson Road for the next four months following the start of a construction project getting underway July 5.

2 W. Chandler firms recipients of city’s architectural honors

Two West Chandler businesses were among five local entities s that received the Architectural Excellence Awards recently.

With summer officially over, it’s time to freshen wardrobes

With nighttime temperatures hinting at fall’s arrival, it’s time again to retire the flip-flops and swimsuits in exchange for the latest fall fashion trends. Ladies...

Walking: As vital to your dog as it is to you

By Don Kirkland Rain or shine, young or old, Bowser needs exercise. And even though he doesn’t speak our language, he has no trouble letting us know when...

W. Chandler to see major gains from tech-sector advances

Since its founding, Chandler has been a community based on innovation. From Dr. A.J. Chandler’s groundbreaking use of irrigation techniques in the early 1900s...

Chandler Regional’s environmental efforts garner national honors

For the second consecutive year, Chandler Regional Medical Center has received the prestigious Partner for Change Award, a recognition paying tribute to outstanding environmental...

For the third year in a row, Tempe rates above average

Tempe residents have voiced positive feelings and offered constructive feedback about the services, programs and facilities provided in their community. In October 2009, more than...