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Mesa man’s ‘turquoise fever’ heads to TV
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Mesa man’s ‘turquoise fever’ heads to TV

August 19th, 2019 | by development
By Jordan Houston Staff Writer   If you own anything with turquoise in it, Tony Otteson will tell you, there’s a story behind it. And now the Mesa resident is bringing those stories and the story of his passion for...
Local couple make furniture shopping easier, cheaper
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Local couple make furniture shopping easier, cheaper

August 19th, 2019 | by development
SANTAN SUN NEWS STAFF A Chandler couple’s new business venture is aimed at taking some of the drudgery — and a lot of the markup — out of furniture shopping.  Furniture Freak is an online furniture company that offers low...
Knowing God is the key to trusting him
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Knowing God is the key to trusting him

August 19th, 2019 | by development
By Rev. Billy Holland Guest Writer   The Biblical account of David and Goliath is one of most popular stories from the Bible. Israel and the Philistines were enemies as this true account finds them preparing for battle, but...
Kids may be device wizards, but need to be safe
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Kids may be device wizards, but need to be safe

August 19th, 2019 | by development
By Susan Anable Guest Writer   Do you ever feel like your kids know more than you do about how to navigate around on smart devices?  We can’t monitor our children’s every move online, but internet parental controls are...
Illness can put us on a long road to healing
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Illness can put us on a long road to healing

August 19th, 2019 | by development
By Rabbi Irwin Wiener Guest Writer   We are constantly struggling to come to terms with illness; we hear our own voices as we attempt to understand our suffering.   Overwhelmed by the rush of fear, and guilt and grief, we...
Gallery exhibit looks at Mexico-U.S. relationship
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Gallery exhibit looks at Mexico-U.S. relationship

August 19th, 2019 | by development
By Kayla Rutledge Contributor   A free art exhibition at Vision Gallery is making its debut Aug. 30, with its artists hoping to change the way spectators view the U.S.-Mexico relationship.  The photos presented in the...
EV kids abound in Limelight’s ‘Seussical’ cast
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EV kids abound in Limelight’s ‘Seussical’ cast

August 19th, 2019 | by development
SANTAN SUN NEWS STAFF   With only a week to go before Gilbert’s Limelight Performing Arts Theatre presents “Seussical Jr.,” Emma England admits, “The pressure’s on.” It’s not the usual pre-production jitters...
EV Boys & Girls Clubs get kids ready for school
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EV Boys & Girls Clubs get kids ready for school

August 19th, 2019 | by development
By Cecilia Chan Staff Writer   Ezinne Okaru held a burgundy-color T-shirt up to her chest. “Do you think this shirt will look good on me?” the 11-year-old Gilbert girl asked her volunteer shopper.  “Yes, I do,” said...
Estate planning for children requires thought
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Estate planning for children requires thought

August 19th, 2019 | by development
By James Phelps, Guest Writer There are folks who have tried to eliminate the expense of implementing an estate plan by adding their children as signers on their bank and investment accounts, and even on the deeds to their...
Chandler to get its first Dogtopia this month
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Chandler to get its first Dogtopia this month

August 19th, 2019 | by development
By Kevin Reagan Staff Writer   Michael and Susan Perlman are passionate about turning dogs into responsible, canine citizens.  The Gilbert couple believes the doggy daycare they’re opening in Chandler can help Rover...