2019 August Archive - SanTan Sun News - page 4

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AFMA Fire Corps seeks volunteers in Sun Lakes
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AFMA Fire Corps seeks volunteers in Sun Lakes

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By Brian Curry Guest Writer   The Community Assistance Program of the Arizona Fire & Medical Authority/Sun Lakes Fire Corps is looking for more volunteers. There are multiple programs that are part of the nationally...
Alternative Chandler school finds a new home
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Alternative Chandler school finds a new home

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By Kevin Reagan Staff Writer   El Dorado High School staff members say its new campus looks and feels much different than their former facility.  It has wide corridors of freshly-painted walls, classrooms with rows of...
Eggstasy brings breakfast magic to S. Chandler
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Eggstasy brings breakfast magic to S. Chandler

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By Kevin Reagan Staff Writer   Peter Verros says he’s a simple, bacon-and-eggs-type of guy. But the menu at his new brunch spot in Chandler begs to differ.  It has jelly-donut-flavored pancakes, bacon covered in chocolate...
Hockey gear goes on wild ride out of Chandler
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Hockey gear goes on wild ride out of Chandler

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SANTAN SUN NEWS STAFF   A trailer containing a youth league’s hockey gear was stolen in Chandler, replaced and found — all within 48 hours.  It started Aug. 11 outside the Ice Den in Chandler, where a white trailer was...
Hamilton High football sex assault trial delayed
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Hamilton High football sex assault trial delayed

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By Jim Walsh Staff Writer   The criminal trial of a former Hamilton High School football player accused of assaulting younger players in the locker room has been delayed until at least January — two months shy of two years...
How Chandler is trying to become a ‘smart city’
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How Chandler is trying to become a ‘smart city’

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By Kevin Reagan Staff Writer   It’s Friday night in downtown Chandler and residents are flocking to visit the area’s bars and restaurants.  Parking starts to get scarce as cars file into lots around Chandler Park. A...
Chandler gears up for crucial 2020 census
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Chandler gears up for crucial 2020 census

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By Gary Nelson Contributor   It’s going to be easy to overlook a little postcard that will arrive in your mail next March. Between the kids, the rent, the job and the busted washing machine, it won’t seem like a big...
100+ Women salute group that inspires hope
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100+ Women salute group that inspires hope

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By Leann Landberg  and Susan Barlow Staff Writers   One in four girls and one in six boys will be sexually abused before the age of 18.   Mental health, described by Crisis Response Network, is an “equal opportunity...
‘Blinded by the Light’ encourages change
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‘Blinded by the Light’ encourages change

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By Octavio Serrano Staff Writer   Journalist Sarfraz Manzoor’s articles have been published internationally in The Guardian, The Times, Sunday Times Magazine and The New York Times. But his column about his love of Bruce...
4 moms take new steps on teen suicide prevention
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4 moms take new steps on teen suicide prevention

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By PAUL MARYNIAK Executive Editor   As Tempe Union and other area school districts take more action to address teen suicides and the deeper problems that lead to them, a quartet of mothers isn’t relying on teachers and...