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Ronald McDonald House Charities scholarship application process open
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Ronald McDonald House Charities scholarship application process open

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Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) Phoenix Scholarship Program has opened its application process for Arizona high school seniors. The deadline for the 2017 academic year is 11:59 p.m. Central Time Jan. 18, 2017, and all...
Story Monsters Ink takes the literary world by storm
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Story Monsters Ink takes the literary world by storm

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In a little more than two years since its launch, Story Monsters Ink has become a beacon for parents and teachers searching for quality reading material for children. The publishing house instills the joys of reading in kids and...
Mother honors late son with fundraiser for fellow athletes
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Mother honors late son with fundraiser for fellow athletes

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  By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski Kris Oldenburg admits her late son, Brandon Lee Beck, didn’t always make the right decisions. But she wants the public to know that he loved life, loved playing football for Chandler High...
Paper Cranes Healthcare specializes in family wellness
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Paper Cranes Healthcare specializes in family wellness

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By Meghann Finn Sepulveda   Paper Cranes Healthcare owners Todd and Doreen Phillips have managed medical practices for more than 20 years. As changes to health care evolve, the couple feel it is necessary to provide care to...
Holiday gifts, décor and specialty items available at Highland Yard Vintage Market
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Holiday gifts, décor and specialty items available at Highland Yard Vintage Market

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By Meghann Finn Sepulveda   Get a jump start on your holiday shopping at the next Highland Yard Vintage Market event set for Thursday, Nov. 10, to Sunday, Nov. 13, at Merchant Square. The popular 6,000-square-foot warehouse...
Ginger Monkey swings open its doors in Chandler
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Ginger Monkey swings open its doors in Chandler

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By Judi King     With an adult game room and innovative menu, Ginger Monkey has made its mark on the Chandler restaurant scene in a month. Co-owner Jackson Armstrong realizes, though, that not everything has to be...
Author releases follow-up Indian cookbook
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Author releases follow-up Indian cookbook

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By Alison Stanton When Sudesh Abrol was a child, her mom was ill multiple times with asthma. To ease her mother’s troubles, Abrol and her brothers took over cooking duties. There was one problem. “After a couple of months, my...
Wartime history and culture programs offered by Chandler Public Library
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Wartime history and culture programs offered by Chandler Public Library

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The Chandler Public Library series, “America in Times of Conflict,” debuts Saturday, Nov. 5, featuring speakers, discussion groups, authors and films that explore the nation’s history and culture during wartime. The...
Dignity Health opens rehabilitation hospital with Kindred Healthcare
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Dignity Health opens rehabilitation hospital with Kindred Healthcare

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Patients impacted by significant injury, illness or trauma will be able to receive care at the new Dignity Health East Valley Rehabilitation Hospital in Chandler, a joint venture between Dignity Health and Kindred Healthcare. The...
Johnson named Rotarian of the Month
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Johnson named Rotarian of the Month

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The Sun Lakes Rotary Club has named Wayne Johnson, a charter member of the club and a past president, Rotarian of the Month for October. He has been a Rotarian since 1956. He was cited for working behind the scenes more than 30...