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Museum offers free genealogical programs
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Museum offers free genealogical programs

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Santan Sun News Staff People interested in learning about their family roots may want to plan on visiting the Chandler Museum every Thursday this month for free genealogical workshops. The family history workshop series will be...
New Chandler exhibit puts the ‘art’ in ‘artifacts’
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New Chandler exhibit puts the ‘art’ in ‘artifacts’

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By Kevin Reagan Staff Writer   Ann Morton had a nostalgic flashback when she looked through the Chandler Museum’s collections.  The Phoenix artist came across a vintage Camp Fire Girls dress and it made her think of her...
Retired Mesa rector turns a young 107
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Retired Mesa rector turns a young 107

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By Jordan Houston Staff Writer   Tattered copies of paperback books — such as “Nobel Prize Conversations” and “Theosophy: A Modern Expression of the Wisdom of the Ages” — decorate the bedside table of what may be...
What did we do to deserve this bunch?
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What did we do to deserve this bunch?

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By David Leibowitz Columnist   In the ongoing uncivil war between President Donald Trump and Democrat Congresswomen like Reps. Alexandra Ocasio-Cortez, Ilhan Omar, Ayanna Pressley, and Rashida Tlaib, I choose to side with...
Hospice volunteer helps chef with ALS keep cooking
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Hospice volunteer helps chef with ALS keep cooking

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By Lin Sue Cooney Guest Writer   Whether it’s Hungarian paprika chicken, sausage lentil soup or Brussels sprouts with pickled onion, Mark Adinolfi loves to try new recipes.  He is happiest feeding his passion: Whipping up...
Cigarette machines now dispense mini-art objects
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Cigarette machines now dispense mini-art objects

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By Kayla Rutledge Contributor   Longtime cigarette vending machines are coming out of retirement across the globe to give people a healthier alternative to buying expensive art.  In lieu of a pack of cigarettes, the...
City team gives new businesses a big start
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City team gives new businesses a big start

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By the City of Chandler   The thought of starting and growing a business is exciting for many, but there are also many unknowns that might make the process daunting.  This can especially be true when a business is leasing...
Chandler bakery’s offerings are ‘keto-compliant’
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Chandler bakery’s offerings are ‘keto-compliant’

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By KAYLA RUTLEDGE Contributor   Low-carb doesn’t always mean low-maintenance where one Chandler bakery is concerned.  Keto Kitchen Confections is out to make the ketogenic diet as easy to follow as possible, because...
Religious expression is not a license to incite
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Religious expression is not a license to incite

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By Rabbi Irwin Wiener Guest Columnist   At every public gathering, a prayer is offered by clergy invoking God’s blessings on the purpose and participants.   Debates have ensued and have included pronouncements from the...
Grab the repellant and go find a camp site
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Grab the repellant and go find a camp site

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Octavio Serrano  Staff Writer As the summer sun pounds down on us, a cool camping getaway is a must for Arizonans.  Lucky for us, that means not having to drive too far for the calm and cool woods. There are two words for this...