Chandler’s ‘hip-storic’ past comes alive in city’s downtown

By Noah Kutz Shoppers and amateur historians alike shared a blast from the past as downtown “Chandlore” festivities once again transported spectators back to...

Local news, local people: Online viewership reaches 135% growth since 2018

Commentary by Noah Kutz Are you reading this online? Although we can’t tell how many of you actually read our print edition, it’s safe to...

Healing Fields retrospective: Final phone call remembered before solemn disassembly

Commentary by Noah Kutz Editor’s note: We at Wrangler News felt that the commentary between the passenger of UA 93 and the ground authorities on...

Healing Field tribute again memorializes the tragic events of Sept. 11, 2001

Tempe Beach Park has once again transformed into a tribute to those who perished in the Sept. 11, 2001 terror attacks. The Exchange Club of...

Tempe seeks community engagement through Equity in Action program

Tempe has increased resources to help applicants with the Equity in Action submittal process and extended the deadline to Tuesday, Sept. 24 at 3:30...

Suspect apprehended at Guadalupe & McClintock

By Noah Kutz Tempe police apprehended a suspected shoplifter after tracking a vehicle to the shopping center at Guadalupe and McClintock Friday afternoon. At approximately 2...

For schools chief, an earned accolade with a nod to the past

Three Tempe residents—two adults and a recent high school graduate—are this year’s representatives of the legacy and spirit on which the city’s foundations were built almost...

Oktoberfest returning to Tempe Oct. 11-13

Editor's note: The most recent edition of Wrangler News contained a misprint regarding the schedule for Oktoberfest. The updated and accurate schedule can be...

Census canvassing plus new jobs coming to So. Tempe area

Between Aug. 19  and mid-October, Tempe residents may get a visit from U.S. Census Bureau workers to verify their physical address. In advance of the...

No surprise to neighborhood’s horse owners: Those critters could be smarter than us

By Sammie Ann Wicks Horses have been a ubiquitous presence in the Southwest since they roamed the Plains during the Pleistocene epoch 2.6 million years ago,...
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