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Chandler-Gilbert Community College adjunct faculty pens heartbreaking book on daughter’s struggle with anorexia nervosa
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Chandler-Gilbert Community College adjunct faculty pens heartbreaking book on daughter’s struggle with anorexia nervosa

August 3rd, 2017 | by development
By Srianthi Perera Jenna-Marie Warnecke of Gilbert was 17 years old and weighed 110 pounds when she made the following journal entry: “Where did all my zeal for life go? I used to enjoy every day. Now I just wait for it to...
Local company catches the meal-delivery wave with health emphasis
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Local company catches the meal-delivery wave with health emphasis

July 10th, 2017 | by development
By Jessica Suriano Achieving healthier eating habits and weight-loss goals just got a lot easier thanks to the pre-made, customized meals from AZ Taste Buds, delivered right to the front door. The Chandler-based food prep and...
Theater offers flexible ticket prices to help Chandler Compadres
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Theater offers flexible ticket prices to help Chandler Compadres

July 8th, 2017 | by development
By SanTan Sun News Staff People can escape the triple-digit heat, take in a family-friendly movie and help nonprofit organization Chandler Compadres all by heading to a local theater. Alamo Drafthouse Chandler’s Kids Camp...
Fired Pie offers cool treats for summer
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Fired Pie offers cool treats for summer

June 27th, 2017 | by development
By Niki D’Andrea Let’s buck tradition and start with dessert, because that’s really why we go to Fired Pie on a summer day. There is one item on Fired Pie’s dessert menu – The Fired Pookie, a chocolate chip cookie...
A big heart and a love for music launched a bluegrass empire
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A big heart and a love for music launched a bluegrass empire

June 25th, 2017 | by development
By Ralph Zubiate   Anni Beach of Chandler is the kind of substitute teacher any kid would want. Fun-loving, kindhearted and uniquely talented, the teacher created a neighborhood band that’s been going strong for 23 years....
Teen grows out hair to benefit kids
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Teen grows out hair to benefit kids

June 20th, 2017 | by development
By Leah Merrall Harrison Healy of Chandler was just 8 years old when he decided to grow out his hair to cut and donate to charity. The first time he cut it, he was 10. Now, four years later, the 14-year-old just donated his hair...
Frye Elementary School students demonstrate leadership skills
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Frye Elementary School students demonstrate leadership skills

June 16th, 2017 | by development
By Colleen Sparks Students at Frye Elementary School showed off their leadership skills to adults who make important decisions in Chandler during a special event. On Leadership Day on May 19, the students provided tours and...
City taking nominations of outstanding community groups, people for Celebration Plaza
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City taking nominations of outstanding community groups, people for Celebration Plaza

June 16th, 2017 | by development
By SanTan Sun News Staff Know someone who stands out for making Chandler a better place to live? The City of Chandler is taking nominations for people or groups to be recognized at Celebration Plaza. It’s a permanent water...
Local graduate plans to open Christmas tree, blueberry farm
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Local graduate plans to open Christmas tree, blueberry farm

June 14th, 2017 | by development
By Leah Merrall Elaine Atwood of Chandler isn’t an ordinary graduate of Mesa Community College. At 59 years old, the Navy veteran is hoping to apply her two associate degrees in applied sciences to open a Christmas tree and...
Hamilton High holding basketball, volleyball summer camps
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Hamilton High holding basketball, volleyball summer camps

June 10th, 2017 | by development
By SanTan Sun News Staff   Children and teens can stay active and get ready for sports seasons when classes resume during day camps at Hamilton High School this month. Hamilton High School Boys and Girls Youth Basketball...