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Chandler man’s dad proud freedom fighter
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Chandler man’s dad proud freedom fighter

December 7th, 2021 | by development
Chandler man’s dad proud freedom fighter By Mike Sakal, Contributor When Andras Pongratz celebrated Thanksgiving at the Chandler home of his son, Joe Pongratz with 33 family members, he had many things to be thankful for....
Chandler food bank sees hunger spiking
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Chandler food bank sees hunger spiking

December 7th, 2021 | by development
Chandler food bank sees hunger spiking By Ken Sain, Staff Writer The average price of gasoline is getting close to $4 a gallon. The cost of food is at a 10-year high. It’s no surprise with those two staples rising that more...
Chandler passport office a popular destination
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Chandler passport office a popular destination

December 6th, 2021 | by development
Chandler passport office a popular destination By Ken Sain, Staff Writer A Los Angeles couple recently traveled to Chandler, spending the night at a local hotel and enjoying some of the city’s better restaurants. Nothing...
Ocotillo art show a good time for gift hunts
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Ocotillo art show a good time for gift hunts

December 6th, 2021 | by development
Ocotillo art show a good time for gift hunts By Ken Sain, Staff Writer Chandler resident Sandy Ashbaugh says being an artist can be lonely work. You’re usually alone in your studio trying to create something great. And...
Data center ‘torture’ for Chandler neighborhood
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Data center ‘torture’ for Chandler neighborhood

December 5th, 2021 | by development
Data center ‘torture’ for Chandler neighborhood By Ken Sain, Staff Writer Chandler resident Karthic Thallikar says he chooses his words very carefully, so he pleaded with a reporter not to water down his remarks. Living next...
Death penalty sought in Chandler officer’s slaying
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Death penalty sought in Chandler officer’s slaying

December 5th, 2021 | by development
Death penalty sought in Chandler officer’s slaying By Ken Sain, Staff Writer The Maricopa County Attorney’s office plans to pursue the death penalty against the man accused of killing a Chandler police officer. Jonathon...
Local businesses look toward holiday customers
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Local businesses look toward holiday customers

November 26th, 2021 | by development
By Alex Gallagher Staff Writer With disruptions to the national supply chain that are only expected to grow worse this holiday season, it looks like a wise idea to support local businesses that make their own crafts. These...
How your community rates for celebrating Thanksgiving
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How your community rates for celebrating Thanksgiving

November 25th, 2021 | by development
By Paul Maryniak, Executive Editor If you’re celebrating Thanksgiving in Chandler, a survey says you could be doing a little better next door or to the north. But cheer up: You’re far better off celebrating the holiday here...
Black Student Union fills big need at Casteel
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Black Student Union fills big need at Casteel

November 24th, 2021 | by development
Black Student Union fills big need at Casteel By Ken Sain, Staff Writer Sophomore Bryce Black said he was aware he is in the minority on the Casteel High School campus. He says it’s an unsettling feeling. “You’re not...
Chandler author-artist keeping busy this season
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Chandler author-artist keeping busy this season

November 23rd, 2021 | by development
Chandler author-artist keeping busy this season Santan Sun News Staff Chandler novelist-artist Laurie Fagen is a busy woman. She has just released the third novel in “Behind the Mic” mystery series while her other interests...