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Allegiant pilots vote to authorize strike
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Allegiant pilots vote to authorize strike

July 20th, 2018 | by SanTan Sun News
By santan sun news staff Allegiant Air pilots last week voted to strike “if necessary,” posing the possibility of future hassles for flyers who use Phoenix Mesa Gateway Airport, where the company is the dominant airline....
Travelers get taste of Valley’s top restaurants at Sky Harbor
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Travelers get taste of Valley’s top restaurants at Sky Harbor

July 10th, 2018 | by SanTan Sun News
BY Nicole Hehl Contributor Imagine an airport experience that feels like a night on the town. When the TSA-recommended two-hour preflight arrival time flies by as you dine at some of the best Valley restaurants, and flight delays...
Students end music/technology camp on a high note
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Students end music/technology camp on a high note

July 10th, 2018 | by SanTan Sun News
By COLLEEN SPARKS Managing Editor Many campuses are quiet over summer break, but the sounds of violins, cellos and other stringed instruments bounced off the walls of a performing arts center recently at Casteel High School....
State board drops talk of punishing Red for Ed
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State board drops talk of punishing Red for Ed

July 10th, 2018 | by SanTan Sun News
By Paul Maryniak, Wayne Schutsky and Jim Walsh Staff The state Board of Education last month scuttled a plan to discuss discipline against teachers for their walkout the day after Gov. Doug Ducey told the SanTan Sun News that he...
Sheriff won’t enforce ‘stupid motorist’ law in monsoon rescues
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Sheriff won’t enforce ‘stupid motorist’ law in monsoon rescues

July 10th, 2018 | by SanTan Sun News
By RACHEL BETH BANKS Cronkite News When monsoon season officially began last Friday, the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office said it would not enforce a law that permits some motorists to be billed for the cost of their rescue...
Rabid bats raise alarm from Maricopa County officials
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Rabid bats raise alarm from Maricopa County officials

July 10th, 2018 | by SanTan Sun News
SANTAN SUN NEWS STAFF County health officials are reminding Ahwatukee and other residents to keep their distance from bats after two rabid critters were found – one in a Costco parking lot in North Phoenix. The other was found...
Professor/soccer coach sets goals with students
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Professor/soccer coach sets goals with students

July 10th, 2018 | by SanTan Sun News
By MELODY BIRKETT Contributor Nik Chawla is an Arizona State University professor by day and a coach in the American Youth Soccer Organization in the evenings, guiding 9- and 10-year-old Chandler boys on a soccer club called...
Non-profit here maintains a 7,200-mile lifeline
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Non-profit here maintains a 7,200-mile lifeline

July 10th, 2018 | by SanTan Sun News
By Eric Newman Tribune Staff Writer From Falcon Field in Mesa, a group of Good Samaritans helps provide the only healthcare available to some 220,000 people Papua New Guinea. more than 7,200 miles away. Indeed, the group belongs...
No one is alone with friends and faith
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No one is alone with friends and faith

July 10th, 2018 | by SanTan Sun News
By RABBI DR. IRWIN WIENER Contributor How many times have we wished we had the ability to express ourselves when we are the recipients of goodness as demonstrated by others? Sometimes we just look in amazement at the many people...
No finer place than downtown Chandler exists
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No finer place than downtown Chandler exists

July 10th, 2018 | by SanTan Sun News
By City of Chandler Contributor “You can forget all your troubles, forget all your cares. So go Downtown; things’ll be great when you’re Downtown; no finer place for sure. Downtown everything’s waiting for you.” –...