2017 September Archive - SanTan Sun News

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With T-square and cross, architect readies his latest work
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With T-square and cross, architect readies his latest work

September 21st, 2017 | by SanTan Sun News
By PAUL MARYNIAK Executive Editor Steve Barduson describes the trajectory of his education as going from the T-square to the cross. In reality, both mark the career of the man called “The Pastors’ Architect.” Barduson has...
Seasoned Chandler restaurateurs share recipe for success
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Seasoned Chandler restaurateurs share recipe for success

September 20th, 2017 | by SanTan Sun News
By PAUL MARYNIAK Executive Editor Mix two seasoned restaurateurs with escargot and other classic French food, then add a dose of family-oriented charm and you have a winning recipe for a Chandler restaurant toasting its one-year...
Homeless students in Chandler to receive free tutoring
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Homeless students in Chandler to receive free tutoring

September 19th, 2017 | by SanTan Sun News
By COLLEEN SPARKS, Staff Homeless students in the Chandler Unified School District dealing with the stress and chaos of not having a permanent place to sleep at night will get a boost because of a grant. The district is one of 32...
Chandler drug firm facing mounting legal woes
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Chandler drug firm facing mounting legal woes

September 18th, 2017 | by SanTan Sun News
By Wayne Schutsky, Staff Insys Therapeutics is in hot water over business practices related to its fentanyl-based Subsys pain reliever as the state of Arizona, health insurer Anthem and even a U.S. senator accuse the...
OPA! Celebrate at the Taste of Greece Festival in Chandler
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OPA! Celebrate at the Taste of Greece Festival in Chandler

September 16th, 2017 | by SanTan Sun News
BY David M. Brown, Contributor Dance the syrto and the zembekiko with the Eliaktithes. Munch on dolmathes, souvlaki and spanakopita. Shop in the agora. If it all sounds Greek to you, it is. That will be joyously clearer when the...
Casteel players making a name for themselves
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Casteel players making a name for themselves

September 15th, 2017 | by SanTan Sun News
By Greg Macafee, Staff   Over the past two years, the Casteel High School football team has started to get some notice. As a freshman program in 2015, the Colts finished 8-1. Last year, their first as a varsity program, they...
Amid atrocities in the world, can we return God’s love?
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Amid atrocities in the world, can we return God’s love?

September 7th, 2017 | by SanTan Sun News
By RABBI IRWIN WIENER, Guest Writer Brother against brother was demonstrated so vividly just 156 years ago. Hundreds of thousands of our countrymen were killed or wounded.  The nation was torn apart and really has never fully...
Big-box stores grow in city for more than retail
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Big-box stores grow in city for more than retail

September 6th, 2017 | by SanTan Sun News
By Wayne Schutsky, Staff Big-box stores – the oft-referenced poster child for the struggling retail market – are experiencing an uptick in Chandler and the East Valley as grocers and non-traditional users aggressively expand...
Mesnard: Legislature may decide Confederate statues’ fate
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Mesnard: Legislature may decide Confederate statues’ fate

September 5th, 2017 | by SanTan Sun News
By HOWARD FISCHER, Capitol Media Services Gov. Doug Ducey’s assertions that he has no role in deciding the future of four Confederate monuments on state land appear not to be backed up by statute, according to a key state...
Rawhide cuts public hours, looks to events
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Rawhide cuts public hours, looks to events

September 4th, 2017 | by SanTan Sun News
By Colleen Sparks, Staff Writer Rawhide Western Town & Event Center is dramatically reducing its hours starting Friday, Sept. 1, in response to a decline in attendance in recent years. Instead, the 1880s-themed Old West...