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New season, new coach: At 35-0, it was all Padres

The Padres are making some noise once again in 2016.

Opening loss doesn’t dampen Aztecs’ resolve

Corona’s football team started its first game of the season strong but fell flat in the second half, losing to Highland 27-18.

Nogales, Ariz. childhood brings cultural perspective to new goal setter at dual-language academy

Overseeing the transition of Kyrene del Norte into a dual language academy is a job Principal Jaime Soto prepared for his entire life.

Oktoberfest changes reflect concerns over liability, security; expected to boost funding for Sister Cities

One of Tempe’s signature events that has raised big money for the Sister Cities program is undergoing substantial changes this year.

Success may have taken this operatic singer away from home but not from his heart

Richard Ollarsaba has packed a lot of music, and a lot of mileage, into the 11 years since he graduated from Corona del Sol High School.

A Marcos alum strikes Gold

The Marcos de Niza family of students, alumni, teachers, staff and fans—in addition to a whole lot of people from Tempe and surrounding areas—can be proud of Marcos alum and new Olympian Sam Dorman, who recently won a silver medal with his diving partner, Mike Hixon, in the men’s synchronized 3-meter springboard diving competition during the 2016 Olympic games in Rio.

Are books growing in your garden? Mini-libraries are springing up in Tempe

Longing to curl up with a good read but don’t have time to get to the library?

Who ya gonna call? Ombudsman, Kyrene’s new problem solver

When you’ve got an issue with your child’s school or teacher, whom should you call?
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