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Transportation Plans Under Review In Chandler
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Transportation Plans Under Review In Chandler

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By Jason Stone Staff Writer As Chandler comes closer to build-out, city leaders are evaluating transportation services for the first time in almost a decade. And residents are getting a chance to weigh in. Rapid developments in...
‘Suds And Smoke’ Fuse At New Chandler Pub
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‘Suds And Smoke’ Fuse At New Chandler Pub

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By Colleen Sparks Managing Editor Anyone looking for a place to quench their thirst with diverse beers brewed on-site and sink their teeth into savory, smoked meats can hop to a new restaurant with a risqué name. Helluva Brewing...
Shirley MacLaine To Visit Chandler Next Month
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Shirley MacLaine To Visit Chandler Next Month

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Christina Fuoco-Karasinski Staff Shirley MacLaine quickly announces herself. “Hi! This is Shirley. I hope I’m not 2 minutes late, but I am,” she said, followed by a hearty laugh. MacLaine is personable, funny and honest....
She Drove The Numbers, Now She’s ‘The Auto Professor’
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She Drove The Numbers, Now She’s ‘The Auto Professor’

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By Paul Maryniak Executive Editor Norma Hubele has a vision. And if you drive a motor vehicle, you may want to pay attention to it. The ASU professor and Chandler business execcutive has put her impressive academic...
Shaun Aguano leaves Chandler High to become RB coach at Arizona State
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Shaun Aguano leaves Chandler High to become RB coach at Arizona State

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By Zach Alvira Sports Editor Chandler High is searching for a football coach, school officials confirmed, after legendary Shaun Aguano resigned to accept an assistant-coaching position under Herm Edwards at Arizona State...
Public Relations Firm Thrives, Celebrates Decade In Chandler
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Public Relations Firm Thrives, Celebrates Decade In Chandler

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By Colleen Sparks Managing Editor A public relations agency in Chandler known for hitting the ground running when it comes to generating recognition for its clients is starting its second decade in business. Asylum Public...
Poisoned Pen Hosting Biographer Of GI Bill’s ‘father’
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Poisoned Pen Hosting Biographer Of GI Bill’s ‘father’

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Santan Sun News Staff The author of an Arizona Renaissance man considered the father of the GI Bill will be discussing his biography at a book signing in Scottsdale. Historian and law professor Gary L. Stuart recently published...
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...