‘Future for Kids’ sports camp May 20

Put down the devices, walk away from screen time and get those kids moving outdoors. And while you’re at it, help them develop some sports skills.

Move prompts hiring plans by Tempe-based antenna maker

Galtronics, which identifies itself as the world’s leading antenna manufacturer, plans to double the size of its Tempe workforce this year, prompting the opening of a new, 18,000-square-foot location and announcement of plans to add at least 30 positions, including electrical, RF and mechanical engineers and support staff.

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Resident input sought on future planning for Tempe's Ken McDonald Golf Course Tempe has asked residents what they think the future should hold for the...

Kiwanis Park walk remembers cancer victims

An educational walk honoring survivors of prostate cancer and remembering those who have lost their battle to the deadly disease will be held from 7:30 to 10 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 24, at Kiwanis Park.

SRP rate drop means average $15 savings during hottest 2 months

SRP customers in Tempe and West Chandler received some cool news with the announcement that the utility will reduce its electricity rates for the next two months, saving the typical residential household somewhere in the neighborhood of $15.

Recalling the time Ali punched me (but not very hard!)

Lots of people have come forward with stories about their encounters with Muhammed Ali over the years. Now it’s my turn.

Happy ending: How I learned to love Walmart

I think it’s fair to say that most of the people I know don’t regularly shop at Walmart.


Next time you’re ready to take your trash or recyclables to the curb, keep in mind that those discarded items just might be the stuff of the latest fashion trend.


Legislative District 18 House of Representatives candidate and former Kyrene Governing Board member Mitzi Epstein will hold final sessions of an area-wide listening tour at three Kyrene schools in May.

A special message to our neighbors (you!)

Hi, neighbor! We don't think a couple of simple words like that should need much explanation, but in today's world of print-media companies trying to salvage a declining readership, it seems like we're hearing more and more promises to give you news that is local and thus relevant to your day-to-day experience.