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  1. Parents Taking The Lead In Teen Suicide PreventionRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 8 | San Tan Sun News

    Denise and Ben Denslow, LeAnn Hull and Tim Warnock know the endless pain parents suffer when their child dies by suicide. That's why the three parents attended a Chandler Unified School District governing board meeting two weeks ago, urging the district to pay more attention to the heartbreaking problem.

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  2. Orlando returning to Chandler City Council for third new tour of dutyRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 22 | San Tan Sun News

    After a see-saw battle with Matt Eberle, Orlando joined incumbent Chandler City Council members Terry Roe and Rene Lopez in the winner's circle after the Aug. 28 election. This marks Orlando's third separate stint on council after serving a total four terms over 17 years - from 1990 to 1998 and then 2004 to 2013.

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  3. TRES Tempe blends Mediterranean, Southwest influencesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 16, 2018 | San Tan Sun News

    Spanish for "three," "TRES" opened in February next to the Hilton Garden Inn and Home2 Suites on Elliot and Loop 101, a half-mile south of Guadalupe Road at 7192 S. Price Road. The one-off venue is conveniently adjacent to upscale accommodations but already has become a destination for residents as well as workers from the Discovery Center business park next to it.

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  4. Love for sneakers has given birth to a fan communityRead the original story

    Sep 14, 2018 | San Tan Sun News

    J Carrillo's house is covered in sneakers. Some pairs are scattered across the floor, permissible to be kicked out of the way by his girlfriend.

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  5. Queen Creek shows off new 48-acre Mansel Carter Oasis ParkRead the original story

    Sep 14, 2018 | San Tan Sun News

    A proud Queen Creek Mayor Gail Barney stood in front of the new Mansel Carter Oasis Park's placid fishing lake and began the park's ribbon-cutting ceremony this month by mentioning the park's namesake. "Most of you know, some of you don't, we used to call him the 'Man of the Mountain.'

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  6. Mexican culture celebrated at Chandler galleryRead the original story

    Sep 13, 2018 | San Tan Sun News

    The work of two artists who were born in Mexico is being celebrated at the Gallery at Chandler Center for the Arts in honor of National Hispanic Heritage Month. "Ida y Vuelta: There and Back," an exhibition featuring prints from Diana Calderon and photographs and paintings created by Oliverio Balcells will be on display at the gallery at 250 N. Arizona Ave. through Oct. 6. A reception for the artists will take place from 6 to 8:30 p.m. on Sept.

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  7. New facilities relieve crowding at 4,100-student Hamilton HighRead the original story

    Sep 12, 2018 | San Tan Sun News

    Students and faculty at Hamilton High were greeted by new facilities for the 2018-19 school year, including an academic building and athletics field house. "We began programming the new building during the spring of 2017," said Terry Locke, Chandler Unified School District director of community relations.

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  8. Regional medical center leads skin cancer fightRead the original story

    Sep 10, 2018 | San Tan Sun News

    Sheldon Riggs said his right forearm started itching one day and continued to do so the next morning when he woke up. He scratched and felt a sharp nerve pain shoot up his arm.

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  9. Despite no final results, Chandler Council races appear overRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 5, 2018 | San Tan Sun News

    Chandler voters appear to have returned two incumbents to City Council while a former member and a hopeful who lost a bid two years ago appear poised to claim the other two open seats. A resolution of Tuesday's races by six candidates for four council seats was stymied by a slow count by the Maricopa County Recorder's Office, pushing final unofficial results passed the SanTan Sun News' deadline.

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  10. Heavy handbags can hurt women's back, neckRead the original story

    Sep 5, 2018 | San Tan Sun News

    Large handbags that can hold lunch, laptops, makeup and anything else women might need during a busy day might be a big trend but they can cause major problems for backs, necks and shoulders. So says Dr. Penny Bowen, a musculoskeletal radiologist at EVDI Medical Imaging, which has locations in Chandler, Tempe, Gilbert and Mesa.

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  11. Is prayer your steering wheel or your spare tire?Read the original story w/Photo

    Sep 5, 2018 | San Tan Sun News

    Facing life's challenges can feel overwhelming and terrifying. As well as being part of a loving and healthy worship community, there are also practical spiritual disciplines that can help us to stay grounded when life throws us curve balls.

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  12. Hundreds of EV kids expected at food-packing eventRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 24, 2018 | San Tan Sun News

    More than 1,200 foster and developmentally challenged children and teens served by four nonprofits will have their own chance to give back when they convene today, Aug. 18, to lend their hands in helping feed the hungry throughout the world. Dubbed an "Extraordinary People Event" by Mesa-based Feed My Starving Children, the effort will feature the assembly of "Manna Packs," high-protein food distributed in impoverished countries around the world.

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  13. Waymo program aims for Valley Metro commutersRead the original story

    Aug 7, 2018 | San Tan Sun News

    Self-driving vehicles are typically described as a disruptive technology that will make traditional modes of public transportation obsolete, but a recent announcement by Chandler-based Waymo is challenging that narrative. The Google-backed autonomous vehicle company and Valley Metro announced a first-of-its-kind pilot program that aims to increase access to and use of public transportation.

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  14. New overseas trips, classes at Valley ChristianRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 6, 2018 | San Tan Sun News

    Students will have a chance to expand their horizons as they travel overseas and explore new subjects in classes at Valley Christian High School when the academic year starts on Aug. 7. About 440 students are expected to begin the new school year at Valley Christian, a private school on West Galveston Street. That's the highest enrollment the school has had in its history, administrator Dan Kuiper said.

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  15. EV Little League teams come up short in state tournamentsRead the original story

    Aug 6, 2018 | San Tan Sun News

    While Mesa Red Mountain Little League had a banner season, placing teams in all three age brackets in state tournaments - highlighted by the 10-year-olds' state runnerup finish, all three were eliminated short of hoisting the championship banner. That also was the case with Chandler National South in the 12-year-old state tournament in Scottsdale, Tempe South in the 11-year-olds in Mesa and Gilbert National in the 10-year-olds in Tucson.

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  16. Valley Christian begins 2018-19 with accolades, junior highRead the original story

    Jul 20, 2018 | San Tan Sun News

    For 36 years, Valley Christian High School has been educating students in 9-12 grades. Starting this fall, they open their doors to junior high students, as well.

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  17. Students end music/technology camp on a high noteRead the original story

    Jul 10, 2018 | San Tan Sun News

    Many campuses are quiet over summer break, but the sounds of violins, cellos and other stringed instruments bounced off the walls of a performing arts center recently at Casteel High School. Students on a stage wearing shorts and other summer clothes focused on sheets of music in front of them as they played in an orchestra last month at the Queen Creek campus, part of the Chandler Unified School District.

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  18. Our choices have consequences. Choose well.Read the original story w/Photo

    Jul 5, 2018 | San Tan Sun News

    William Inge, one-time dean of St. Paul's Cathedral in London, is credited with stating, "There are no rewards or punishments - only consequences." It speaks to both the truth of God and of a world in which we all live with the consequences of our sinful and rebellious ways.

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  19. Valley Christian grad to perform in '42nd Street'Read the original story w/Photo

    Jun 30, 2018 | San Tan Sun News

    A 19-year-old rising star and Valley Christian High School graduate who made her mark in the East Valley youth theater scene is going to kick up her heels in the musical "42nd Street" at Tempe Center for the Arts. Gracie Gentile, a 2017 Valley Christian graduate, will perform in the ensemble of Scottsdale Musical Theater Company's classic musical July 6-15.

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  20. Developer unveils plan for New Square across from City HallRead the original story

    Jun 23, 2018 | San Tan Sun News

    Developer Spike Lawrence shared his company's plans for the gravel parking lot behind Saba's and Bourbon Jack's at a recent community meeting. "I'm fired up," said Lawrence, a Chandler resident whose projects have included the building of Downtown Ocotillo, the Falls at Ocotillo and the Ocotillo Holiday Inn.

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