Arredondo Kids

Arredondo teachers deliver surprising ‘congrats’ to students

Arredondo took note of all its students who had met or exceeded their winter testing goals and created small posters that staff members would hang up on the doors of the students’ homes as a surprise.

‘Life changing’ brain operation seen as an East Valley first

By Carmelle Malkovich A 68-year-old man with Parkinson’s disease has undergone deep brain stimulation, known medically as DBS, at Dignity Health Chandler Regional Medical Center,...

New tiered dues structure said to boost value of Tempe Chamber membership

Editor's note: Wrangler News asked Anne Gill, president of the Tempe Chamber of Commerce, to discuss the details of recent action by the chamber board of...

Tempe Union board votes 4-0 to dismiss coach who leaked confidential info

When the story broke, it left many shocked and dumbfounded.

Kindness: As school starts, a vital lesson to be learned

By Gabrielle Dunton Building positive relationships is the most important part of education. That was the message delivered to all TD3 staff at the annual...

In opioid epidemic, women’s natural empathy hailed as previously undiscovered key

By Sammie Ann Wicks The statistics are staggering: Fatalities nationwide due to opioid overdoses numbered 42,000 in 2016 and 71,568 in 2017, according to a 2018...

Tempe PlayDay: Rescheduled for March 24th

PlayDay moving to March 24 due to anticipated rain over next few days Post Date: 02/21/2019 10:21 AM Tempe’s annual PlayDay, scheduled for this Saturday, Feb....

Onetime YMCA chief switches from kids to adults on the way to life’s final...

Vinny Mirizio, director of business development for Companion Hospice, didn’t always work with families facing the death of a loved one.

Terror attack vs concert-goers prompts renewed vigilance

Though Manchester, England lies more than 5,000 miles from Tempe, a deadly terror attack there last month following a concert has grabbed worldwide attention, including that of Sgt. Josie Montenegro and fellow officers at the Tempe Police Department.

Ducey aims for gradual return from dimmed economy

By Joyce Coronel The number of lives lost to the coronavirus continues to climb, but the staggering economic impact of the disease is also being...