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Experts: Area housing market like ‘the wild west’
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Experts: Area housing market like ‘the wild west’

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By PAUL MARYNIAK Arizonan Executive Editor The Chandler Arizonan recently visited virtually with five experts to discuss the residential and commercial real estate market amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The experts included: Attorney...
Film documents Chandler in the pandemic
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Film documents Chandler in the pandemic

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By Kevin Reagan Arizonan Staff Writer A new documentary has been released online that profiles how Chandler leaders have been grappling with the COVID-19 pandemic. The hour-long “COVID-19 vs. Arizona – Our Stories”...
Kyrene, Tempe Union staying largely closed
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Kyrene, Tempe Union staying largely closed

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By PAUL MARYNIAK Arizonan Executive Editor Most Kyrene School district students won’t be heading to classrooms as originally scheduled Aug. 17 and Tempe Union High School District students may not be returning to theirs for at...
Pandemic fuels fears of more child pool drownings
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Pandemic fuels fears of more child pool drownings

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By Jim Walsh Arizonan Staff Writer Firefighters and water safety advocates fear the COVID-19 pandemic is contributing to a troubling spike in pediatric drownings in the East Valley and Maricopa County by introducing more...
Chandler Unified sets Oct. 13 for campus reopening
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Chandler Unified sets Oct. 13 for campus reopening

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By Kevin Reagan Arizonan Staff Writer Chandler Unified School District has decided not to risk potentially exposing students to COVID-19 and is delaying the reopening of its campuses until October. Thousands of the district’s...
AIA releases updated fall sports schedule
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AIA releases updated fall sports schedule

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By Zach Alvira Arizonan Sports Editor The future of fall sports in Arizona became clearer Wednesday afternoon as the Arizona Interscholastic Association released a revised schedule following a special Executive Board meeting....
Chandler woman helping virus-ravaged Navajos
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Chandler woman helping virus-ravaged Navajos

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By Kevin Reagan Arizonan Staff Writer A Chandler woman hopes to distribute mobile handwashing stations to residents living on the pandemic-ravaged Navajo Nation who don’t have access to running water. Yolanda Tso of Chandler is...
First Black woman likely on Chandler Council
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First Black woman likely on Chandler Council

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By Kevin Reagan Arizonan Staff Writer Political newcomer Christine Ellis is expected to be Chandler’s first Black woman to be elected to a seat on the City Council. Unofficial results from Tuesday’s primary election show...
Zany duo to perform pop-up events in Chandler
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Zany duo to perform pop-up events in Chandler

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ARIZONAN NEWS STAFF A popular comedy duo is bringing its traveling comedy pop-up drive-in show for the first time to the East Valley this month and they’ve picked Chandler as they place to do it. Following their sold-out...
Chandler woman accused of aiding al Qaeda
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Chandler woman accused of aiding al Qaeda

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By Kevin Reagan Arizonan Staff Writer A Chandler woman has been arrested by federal authorities for allegedly attempting to aid al Qaeda terrorists by funneling funds she assumed would be used to kill American soldiers. Jill...