Sign outside of Kyrene stating that they are an IB school

Kyrene Middle School gains international distinction

By Sammie Ann Wicks It’s no surprise that anything employing the word baccalaureate and its built-in suggestion of academic excellence usually catches an admiring...
homeless man laying on side of street

Tempe boosts care for homeless by $1 million

Special Report By Susie Steckner Tempe is making steady progress toward housing chronically homeless people, and successfully keeping them housed. Focusing on this population is...

Outstanding high school flutists to perform at MCC’s Arts Center

The most outstanding high school flutists from Arizona were selected by audition to form a unique flute orchestra as Mesa Community College and Desert Echoes Flute Project (DEF) present the first annual All-Arizona Flute Choir.
VooDoo Daddy's new cajun food restaurant located in Tempe

Restaurant entrepreneur performs Voodoo magic—one more time

By M.V. Moorhead VooDoo Daddy’s is back—or maybe it would be more accurate to say it’s here for the first time, and potentially better than...

Got it nailed: Hardware store a Father’s Day success story

Gary McKay pauses and reflects on the past 46 years— time that has spanned far more than dining-room light dimmers. Best of all, it’s...
Angela Ding presents her research to audiences

Corona research hopeful gets a buzz from global science entry

By Diana Nelson What led to Angela Ding’s brainy decision to enter one of the world’s top science and engineering competitions? You might say it...
family enjoying themselves with balloons

For 18 families, the homeownership dream comes true

By Susie Steckner Eighteen families have a new place to call home with completion of the unique Tempe Parkview Townhome community, a partnership between...

City of Chandler seeking opinions on scooters, bikes

  By Wrangler News Staff Those happily convenient—or pesky (depending on your point of view)—electric bikes and scooters that have become such a ubiquitous part of...

Tempe teens begin part one of international exchange

By Wrangler News Staff Over the next few weeks, 28 outstanding high school students from Tempe will be embarking on international adventures of a lifetime...
High school graduates return to their elementary classrooms

H.S. grads make return to their Kyrene classrooms

By Wrangler News Staff High school graduates across the state are settling in for the next chapter of their lives, but a few area students...
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