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Allegiant pilots vote to authorize strike
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Allegiant pilots vote to authorize strike

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By santan sun news staff Allegiant Air pilots last week voted to strike “if necessary,” posing the possibility of future hassles for flyers who use Phoenix Mesa Gateway Airport, where the company is the dominant airline....
New senior living complex opens in Chandler
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New senior living complex opens in Chandler

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SANTAN SUN NEWS STAFF Seniors have a new residential option now that Spectrum Retirement has opened The Enclave at Chandler Senior Living. Billed as “affordable, amenity-rich living in a scenic, safe and well-cared-for...
Circuit board firm owner helps needy far and wide
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Circuit board firm owner helps needy far and wide

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By COLLEEN SPARKS Managing Editor A Chandler man who gets a charge out of tackling new technology has grown his circuit board company from a small enterprise in his garage to a thriving global operation. While he has boosted...
Bank of America’s Merrill EDGE employees give back
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Bank of America’s Merrill EDGE employees give back

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SANTAN SUN NEWS STAFF Many of Bank of America’s Merrill EDGE employees based at a Chandler branch gave back to the community recently. About 230 volunteers, who work at the Chandler Bank of America campus, 2565 W. Chandler...
Association honors Chandler Chamber’s ‘How We Stand’ booklet
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Association honors Chandler Chamber’s ‘How We Stand’ booklet

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SANTAN SUN NEWS STAFF The Chandler Chamber of Commerce often bestows awards to companies and individuals in the city, but recently it picked up an honor for itself. Its 2018 “How We Stand Legislative Agenda” booklet has won a...
Industrial-office complex slated in south Chandler
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Industrial-office complex slated in south Chandler

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SanTan Sun News Staff   Two developers are planning a joint project for an office-industrial complex in south Chandler. Conor Commercial Real Estate and WHI Real Estate Partners said their Lotus Project will be a “highly...
Mesa couple’s business caters to cornhole game craze
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Mesa couple’s business caters to cornhole game craze

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By Coty Dolores Miranda, Tribune Contributor   Cornhole, a staple of backyard games, has become an organized sport with its own national governing board and even has state tournaments like next weekend’s third annual...
Banner to build hospital in south Chandler
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Banner to build hospital in south Chandler

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SanTan Sun News Staff   South Chandler will get its own hospital – the city’s second – after Banner Health announced plans to move into the turf that long has been the sole province of Dignity Health. The announcement...
Girl inspired at world’s largest swim lesson
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Girl inspired at world’s largest swim lesson

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By Sue Breding, Guest Writer   She was only 2 when she started participating in the annual World’s Largest Swim Lesson event each June. Now, at age 10, even though as an accomplished swimmer she doesn’t need lessons...
Chandler store caters to carnivores
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Chandler store caters to carnivores

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By Paul Maryniak, Executive Editor   Martha Neese still recalls how she and her husband, Gene, used to pack their suitcases with meat when they flew from Iowa to their second home in Ahwatukee. That was before the...