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Chandler engineer sues over ‘burdensome’ regulations
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Chandler engineer sues over ‘burdensome’ regulations

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By Kevin Reagan Staff Writer A Chandler engineer is suing the state for government overreach after regulators threatened to slap him with a $6,000-fine for not registering his work. Greg Mills, owner of Chandler’s Southwest...
Family rescues fatal accident victim’s brother
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Family rescues fatal accident victim’s brother

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By Kevin Reagan Staff Writer Maria Armendariz once asked her friend Georgi Stratton a special favor in case anything happened to her. The 38-year-old Chandler woman asked Stratton if she would look after her brother Michael in...
Freeway to open, bringing a new world to thousands
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Freeway to open, bringing a new world to thousands

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By PAUL MARYNIAK Executive Editor After decades of planning and preparation, years of litigation and 36 months of digging, blasting and back-breaking work, the Congressman Ed Pastor Freeway is about to open. Flanked by Chandler...
East Valley police, civilians ‘Ring’ in crime together
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East Valley police, civilians ‘Ring’ in crime together

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By Jim Walsh Staff Writer A doorbell never made as many friends and enemies, but then again, The Ring is far from the ordinary lighted button with chimes. Ring videotapes people walking up to your front door – some of whom...
Christmas season officially begins today in Chandler
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Christmas season officially begins today in Chandler

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SANTAN SUN NEWS STAFF It may already seem like the holiday season, but Chandler will make it official tonight, Dec. 7, with the annual lighting of the tumbleweed tree and the Parade of Lights at Dr. A.J. Chandler Park. The Parade...
State’s first organ transplant games in Chandler today
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State’s first organ transplant games in Chandler today

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By Kevin Reagan Staff Writer Michael Scozzaro’s multiple kidney transplants have not inhibited his competitive streak. The longtime Chandler resident has won several medals over the years by competing in Olympic-style games...
Chandler church offers autistic-friendly mass
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Chandler church offers autistic-friendly mass

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By Kevin Reagan Staff Writer The lights are dimmed, music is toned down, and speech is simplified. This is the mood at St. Andrew the Apostle Catholic Church on a recent Sunday morning as it introduces a new style of mass...
Most Chandler schools get high grades
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Most Chandler schools get high grades

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By Kevin Reagan Staff Writer A handful of schools in the Chandler Unified School District dropped a letter grade this year, while a majority maintained grades from previous years. The Arizona Department of Education recently...
Chandler woman revving up Bondurant race school
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Chandler woman revving up Bondurant race school

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By PAUL MARYNIAK Executive Editor Franki Buckman has taken charge of one of the nation’s foremost performance driving schools with the energy of the 717-horsepower Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcats in her stable of racing machines....
Chandler veteran served in WWII, Korea and Vietnam
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Chandler veteran served in WWII, Korea and Vietnam

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David M. Brown Contributor Even at 97, retired U.S. Army Major Gerald ‘Jerry’ A. Gustafson, 97, is still telling war stories as he celebrates Veterans Day this year and remembering his onetime comrades in arms. He has a lot...