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Our Community Deserves The Best School District In America
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Our Community Deserves The Best School District In America

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By Robert Rice Guest Writer I believe CUSD is on the right track in preparing students for high school and adult life. In 2010, the district developed a comprehensive strategic plan now called Journey 2025. This plan clearly...
EV Moms Plan State’s First ‘Club’ For Foster Kids
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EV Moms Plan State’s First ‘Club’ For Foster Kids

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By Jim Walsh Staff Writer Three Gilbert women’s life-long commitment to helping foster children has put them on a mission to convert an old east Mesa church into Arizona’s first community center. The lives of Anika Robinson,...
Students Crave A Sounding Board
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Students Crave A Sounding Board

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By Noemy Esparza-Isaacson Guest Writer Sitting at Peixoto coffee shop in downtown Chandler, next door to my favorite restaurant Charm Thai Cuisine, and the place is bustling with activity. Downtown Chandler is alive. The buzz of...
No voter should have to experience hassles at the polls
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No voter should have to experience hassles at the polls

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By David Leibowitz, Columnist A fellow could write a half-dozen interesting columns discussing the surprises that occurred on Primary Election Day 2018. This is a different column, however. It concerns a non-surprise that...
Election officials’ Tuesday performance worse than abysmal
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Election officials’ Tuesday performance worse than abysmal

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By Paul Maryniak, Executive Editor I’ve never been the world’s greatest when it came to math – which is perhaps a reason why I was never attracted to any public office that had to do with counting election results....
Ensuring safe schools and neighborhoods
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Ensuring safe schools and neighborhoods

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By WILLIAM CRAWFORD   As we begin another school year, it is important for us to remember some of the most important and vulnerable citizens of Chandler – our children. As leaders, we have an obligation to do all we can to...
New parks are a win-win for the county and the town
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New parks are a win-win for the county and the town

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By Denny Barney You’ve probably heard about plans to build two new parks in Gilbert: Rittenhouse District Park, near Power and Pecos Roads, and Gilbert Regional Park, near Queen Creek and Higley Roads. The latter is long...
Simple conversation matters if you take time
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Simple conversation matters if you take time

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By TERRY ROE I think folks have forgotten what discourse or simple conversation really means and why it matters. Let me give you one example. Once or twice a month I get the chance to have breakfast with my friend and former...
Build new parks, restore old ones
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Build new parks, restore old ones

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By AARON HARRIS SR.   On parks and recreation, my goal is to maximize existing resources in order to build new parks and amenities for the citizens of Chandler while continuing to restore the city’s aging parks. Parks and...
Combining innovation, independence and experience
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Combining innovation, independence and experience

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By MATT ORLANDO   Since I started my campaign for Chandler City Council over 11 months ago, I have had the privilege of speaking to several thousand residents about my vision for Chandler. I have answered a myriad of...