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Chandler man’s business gets kids jumping for joy
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Chandler man’s business gets kids jumping for joy

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SANTAN SUN NEWS STAFF Scott Karlin found a way around the pandemic to keep kids jumping around. As owner of JumpBunch, a Chandler-based mobile sports and fitness program for kids 18 months to 12 years, Karlin since 2008 provides...
Bungee studio confronts pandemic’s ups and downs
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Bungee studio confronts pandemic’s ups and downs

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By Kevin Reagan Staff Writer Cherith Pruitt bought her fitness studio at perhaps one of the most chaotic times imaginable. She took over ownership of Tough Lotus at 3050 N. Dobson Road in Chandler in late May as Arizona began...
3D print companies develop special mask gear for SRP
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3D print companies develop special mask gear for SRP

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SANTAN SUN NEWS STAFF Two 3D printing companies helped Salt River Project get more than 200 specially designed custom-fit face mask gear for critical personnel who work in the field. Athena 3D Manufacturing, was formed last year...
This school aims to teach all dogs new tricks
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This school aims to teach all dogs new tricks

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By PAUL MARYNIAK Executive Editor You might call Brenda Dreyer a dog whisperer. At the very least, her Foothills Canine Academy does more than just train dogs. “There are so many aspects to dog training,” the Club West...
Gilbert couple’s water bottles a market success
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Gilbert couple’s water bottles a market success

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By Cecilia Chan Staff Writer A Gilbert couple has come up with a portable invention that not only hydrates people but keeps their hands clean. Suds2Go is a dual water bottle that comes with an integrated soap container and pump...
Landmark taco shop in Chandler reopens
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Landmark taco shop in Chandler reopens

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By Jaimee Resnick Contributor Elmer’s Tacos, a family-owned restaurant in Chandler, was so ready to be back in business. After closing for several weeks in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the landmark Mexican eatery’s...
Three ways to maximize unemployment benefits
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Three ways to maximize unemployment benefits

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By Joshua C. Black Guest Writer As the unemployment rate in Arizona continues to rise, the Department of Economic Security (DES) is experiencing a major increase in initial claims filings. To give you an idea how this is...
Virus throws wedding industry into chaos, planner finds
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Virus throws wedding industry into chaos, planner finds

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By PAUL MARYNIAK Executive Editor Love may conquer a lot, but it’s no match for the COVID-19 pandemic – at least as far as weddings are concerned. Not only have countless couples’ plans been shattered by the virus and...
Virus leads to new business for local family
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Virus leads to new business for local family

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By PAUL MARYNIAK Executive Editor As with countless millions, the pandemic and the ensuing economic turmoil rocked the household of Kim and Dominic Palmieri. But 30 days after their world was turned upside down, the family came...
Couple find a winner with high school signs
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Couple find a winner with high school signs

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By Coty Dolores Miranda Contributor As 2019 inched to a close, the world was normal as Aaron and Janine Moeller decided they would move their 5-year-old Ahwatukee PostNet outlet across the street to a new space with better...