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State cracking down on unsanctioned events
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State cracking down on unsanctioned events

July 18th, 2019 | by development
By Zach Alvira Sports Editor The Boxing & MMA (Mixed Martial Arts) Commission has been cracking down on unsanctioned combat sporting events since it was established under the Arizona Department of Gaming in 2015. The...
Community college offers personal training degree
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Community college offers personal training degree

July 18th, 2019 | by development
By Zach Alvira Sports Editor Students looking to jump into a career in personal training will now have a chance to obtain a highly sought after certification at Chandler-Gilbert Community College. CGCC announced on June 24 it...
Teacher creating Chandler’s first adult choir
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Teacher creating Chandler’s first adult choir

July 18th, 2019 | by development
BY KAYLA RUTLEDGE Staff Writer The city is hitting a new high note thanks to the help of Sarah Burke, who founded Chandler’s only adult choir. After a conversation about the lack of an adult choir started on a Chandler...
Ocotillo Fry’s manager wins coveted award
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Ocotillo Fry’s manager wins coveted award

July 18th, 2019 | by development
BY KAYLA RUTLEDGE Staff Writer After working for 31 years with Fry’s Food Stores, Bruce Yeo has been recognized as the 2019 Food Marketing Institute Top Store Manager for stocking the company with exemplary customer service and...
Chandler teacher studying Mexican ecosystem
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Chandler teacher studying Mexican ecosystem

July 18th, 2019 | by development
BY KAYLA RUTLEDGE Staff Writer While her students are on summer vacation, Banner Academy science teacher Sue Cullumber will take an educational holiday. The Chandler woman is an Earthwatch Institute fellow who is traveling next...
Sunny Arizona keeps plastic surgeon busy
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Sunny Arizona keeps plastic surgeon busy

July 18th, 2019 | by development
By PAUL MARYNIAK Executive Editor In the last 10 years, incidents of skin cancer have gone up by more than 50 percent nationwide – which means Dr. David Kelly is a pretty busy physician. The Gilbert resident is a plastic and...
6 cats, 4 dogs look for homes in Chandler
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6 cats, 4 dogs look for homes in Chandler

July 18th, 2019 | by development
SANTAN SUN NEWS STAFF Six cats and four dogs, now guests at Friends for Life Animal Rescue, are looking for permanent homes in Chandler. They include Fitz, described by shelter spokeswoman Jannelle Cosgriff as a “handsome,...
At this restaurant, ‘naked’ is a good thing
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At this restaurant, ‘naked’ is a good thing

July 18th, 2019 | by development
BY KAYLA RUTLEDGE Staff Writer Nothing says summer quite like stripping down. Summer is a year-round celebration at NakedQ, a barbecue restaurant that has recently extended its reach to Chandler, where a meat’s best dress is...
Water dangers extend beyond death for children
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Water dangers extend beyond death for children

July 9th, 2019 | by SanTan Sun News
By Jim Walsh Staff Writer Doctors saved the life of Rose Bennett’s son, Ethan, their efforts finally paying off after several failed attempts to resuscitate him. But while the doctors were able to restore Ethan’s heartbeat,...
Upscale senior complex coming to Ocotillo
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Upscale senior complex coming to Ocotillo

July 9th, 2019 | by SanTan Sun News
BY KAYLA RUTLEDGE Staff Writer Snowbirds flock from around the country to enjoy Arizona’s cooler months, but many developers are projecting a future influx of senior citizens who will stay here beyond the winter season. With an...