2019 January Archive - SanTan Sun News - page 2

Spirituality

Our Lives Depend On Our Words And Their Meaning
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Our Lives Depend On Our Words And Their Meaning

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By Rabbi Irwin Wiener Guest Columnist How many times have we listened to someone but really never heard what was said? Words are so important in everything we do. Relationships depend on words. And all too often we say things we...
Nursing Home Pregnancy Highlights Little-Known Abuse
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Nursing Home Pregnancy Highlights Little-Known Abuse

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By Dr. Erica Mcfadden and Dr. Tasha Menaker Guest Writers The world has turned its eyes to Arizona after a local headline caused an international public outcry – and for good reason: “State officials investigate after patient...
Mesa Couple Open State’s Only Veteran-Owned Gallery
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Mesa Couple Open State’s Only Veteran-Owned Gallery

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Christina Fuoco-Karasinski Staff Susan Paige and her husband, Lt. Col. Barry Rosenblatt, are spreading their message that art boosts veterans’ morale by hosting exhibits at Paige Artists Studio/Gallery/Gifts in downtown...
Knit Hats Warm Babies, Raise Heart Awareness
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Knit Hats Warm Babies, Raise Heart Awareness

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By Colleen Sparks Managing Editor Handmade red knit hats are being created by volunteers in Chandler and around the country to warm little ones’ heads and boost awareness of congenital heart defects. OptumCare Network of...
Kids, Candy, Quirkiness Bring Musical Magic To ‘Willy Wonka’
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Kids, Candy, Quirkiness Bring Musical Magic To ‘Willy Wonka’

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By Colleen Sparks Managing Editor Many Chandler children are eager to take audiences on a journey of pure imagination as they perform the sweet, quirky tale of candy man Willy Wonka as he seeks a successor to his chocolate...
Intel Helped Employee Journey To Adopting Girl
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Intel Helped Employee Journey To Adopting Girl

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By Colleen Sparks Managing Editor Starting a job at Intel 23 years ago not only introduced Margaret Verdugo to the joys of volunteering, but also led the south Chandler woman to a new love – a girl who would eventually call her...
Huskies’ Hockey Team Freezing The Attitude, Netting Early Success
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Huskies’ Hockey Team Freezing The Attitude, Netting Early Success

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By Carson Roberts Contributing Writer Having lost many of his top performers to graduation, Hamilton High hockey coach Tim Newlin saw it as an opportunity to mold a younger team in a way he couldn’t with one loaded with...
East Valley Athletes Gravitating To BenU Mesa Sports Programs
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East Valley Athletes Gravitating To BenU Mesa Sports Programs

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By Zach Alvira Sports Editor A hidden gem in downtown Mesa is becoming a destination for East Valley high school athletes who might not be NCAA Division I candidates but who are eager to continue playing at the collegiate level...
Dogs Cozy Up To Canine Lovers At Chandler Business
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Dogs Cozy Up To Canine Lovers At Chandler Business

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By Colleen Sparks Managing Editor People looking for a cozy place where their dogs can play and get pampered by experts on their furry, four-legged friends have a new canine daycare and boarding business in Chandler to turn to....
Coyotes’ Give Back With Grant To Prep Hockey League, Teams
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Coyotes’ Give Back With Grant To Prep Hockey League, Teams

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By Carson Roberts Contributing Writer Hockey in the desert. It’s one of the coldest sports in the world now played in one of the hottest places on the planet. The National Hockey League has followed in the footsteps of its...