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Firefighter-dad a warrior for cancer and kids
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Firefighter-dad a warrior for cancer and kids

By Colleen Sparks, Managing Editor   Firefighters are used to rescuing people facing perilous flames and life-threatening medical issues, but...
Two East Valley men ordained as priests in Chandler
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Two East Valley men ordained as priests in Chandler

SanTan Sun News Staff   Two East Valley residents were among three men who were to be ordained today as priests by the Rev. Thomas J. Olmsted,...
Traffic death of Chandler mom yields new law
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Traffic death of Chandler mom yields new law

By Jim Walsh, San Tan news Staff   Pam’s Law stands as a tribute to a grieving mother’s persistence and her desire to right a wrong in the...
Driver cited for violation after hitting Waymo minivan
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Driver cited for violation after hitting Waymo minivan

SanTan Sun News Staff   An accident in Chandler between an autonomous Waymo minivan and a car prompted police to call attention to the dangers...
Chandler coaching legend John Carlson succumbs at 70
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Chandler coaching legend John Carlson succumbs at 70

By Brian Benesch, Sports Editor   The Chandler sports scene lost a legend on May 12 with the passing of John Carlson, who died after a long and...
Districts warn teachers: Mind your T’s and Q’s
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Districts warn teachers: Mind your T’s and Q’s

By Paul Maryniak, Executive Editor   The petition drive for a ballot question on a proposed tax surcharge on high-income Arizonans to raise more...
Seniors prepare to bid goodbye to high school  
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Seniors prepare to bid goodbye to high school  

By Colleen Sparks, Managing Editor   Seniors at high schools in Chandler are preparing to celebrate a rite of passage with graduations this...
Environmental Center manager promotes nature
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Environmental Center manager promotes nature

By City of Chander, Contributor   Ariane Francis has an office and a job in one of the most beautiful locations in the city. She works as...
Chandler’s oasis in the desert marks a decade
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Chandler’s oasis in the desert marks a decade

By City of Chandler, Contributor   It has been 10 years since Chandler elected officials, city employees and members of the community gathered...
St. Benedict’s parishioners glimpse ‘the Promised Land’
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St. Benedict’s parishioners glimpse ‘the Promised Land’

By Paul Maryniak,  Executive Editor   It was a most unusual site that awaited Chandler and other congregants of the Parish of St. Benedict in...