2018 January Archive - SanTan Sun News

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Hop Social Tavern hopping with menu delights
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Hop Social Tavern hopping with menu delights

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By COLLEEN SPARKS, Staff A new restaurant near Chandler Fashion Center is hopping with diners eager to dig into pot pies and other comfort food and dish with their friends over happy-hour specials. A group of veteran Oregon...
New year brings opportunity to help and forgive
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New year brings opportunity to help and forgive

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By RABBI DR. IRWIN WIENER, Guest Writer It was approximately 2,500 years ago that a prophet of Israel roamed the countryside preaching about the goodness of humanity and how it could be found in each of us. In fact, he emphasized...
Chandler demonstrates global leadership for businesses
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Chandler demonstrates global leadership for businesses

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By Mayor Jay Tibshraeny, Guest Writer Chandler’s success is built upon a foundation of great vision, engagement and the spirit of entrepreneurism. It is a city – a quarter million strong – that enjoys a reputation as...
Hamilton interim coach took tough job, honored by district
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Hamilton interim coach took tough job, honored by district

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By Greg Macafee, Sports Editor When the Hamilton High School football program was turned over this past year due to a sexual assault scandal that has since resulted in the reassignment of former football coach Steve Belles,...
City, Chandler group partners on MLK vigil
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City, Chandler group partners on MLK vigil

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By COLLEEN SPARKS, Staff For the first time, the City of Chandler is partnering with a nonprofit organization pay tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in a special event. The city and Chandler Men of Action are organizing One: A...
Arcade contest builds Kyrene students’ character and knowledge
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Arcade contest builds Kyrene students’ character and knowledge

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By PAUL MARYNIAK, Executive Editor Who said learning can’t be fun? It sure wasn’t Pete Flocken, Kyrene School District’s program manager for community education, or 140 elementary school students – many from three...
Market-garden sprouts up on historic Riggs farm
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Market-garden sprouts up on historic Riggs farm

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By COLLEEN SPARKS. Staff Crowds eager to eat fruits and vegetables fresh from the ground are flocking to a farmers market where they are also getting a taste of history. Cameron and Jeannine McChesney grow seasonal vegetables,...
Once an RV park perk, pickleball is sweeping the region
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Once an RV park perk, pickleball is sweeping the region

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By PAUL MARYNIAK, Executive Editor Whenever Susan and Steve Manolis plan a trip, their first question for an RV park is whether it has a pickleball court. “If they say ‘no,’” I say ‘OK, thank you. Click,” Susan said....