Our reviewer’s retrospective: Looking back at top filmfare of the decade

By M.V. Moorhead The curtain is now open on all of 2019, providing a rearview look (again...) at that arbitrary annual movie-critic ritual, the Top...

Pollack generosity again evident in cash gifts to area’s deserving

Most everyone has been awed in recent years by the display of holiday lights at shopping centers around town, many of them the handiwork...

New chair, board members elected by Chandler Chamber

Molly Bell, head of the Customer Development Team at two East Valley sites of tech-services provider GoDaddy, will chair the Chandler Chamber of Commerce’s...

Sports notebook: Aztec hoopsters start strong with 11-3 record

By Alex Zener Corona’s boys basketball team, led by two senior guards, started the season strong with an 11-3 record and is currently ranked No. 3...

Fur flies as opinions shed light on roaming cat issue

Story and photo by Joyce Coronel You’ve seen them scurrying down the street, leaping on walls and darting behind hedges. According to a national pet owners’...

Peers serve as judge, jury for young offenders in court

By Michelle Hirsch A jury of one’s peers takes on significant results in the award-winning Guadalupe Teen Court program, where teen defendants agree to face a courtroom...

Kids in foster care nearly equal to Kyrene schools’ total enrollment

By Lee Shappell You’ve scraped by but you’ve given your children a good, stable home. You’ve done your best to raise them with values that they’ll need...

Big Brothers, Sisters provide welcome one-on-one mentoring

By Robyn Martinez Every Tuesday during the school year, Scales Technology Academy is filled with volunteers from Big Brothers Big Sisters. Each week, select second- through...

Commentary: Decade in hospital PR never prepared me for what patient-care is really...

By Don Kirkland A couple of years after helping Publisher Chuck Wahlheim build what ultimately would grow from its sleepy, family owned origins into what...

For aspiring young writers, pros offer some inside tips

By Diana Nelson Kids at Kyrene Middle School, in the English-Language Arts class, received tips from professional, published writers during the recent Young Writers Conference. It’s...
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