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Chandler utility delinquencies on the rise
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Chandler utility delinquencies on the rise

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By Kevin Reagan Arizonan Staff Writer The number of Chandler residents with unpaid utility bills has been escalating since the pandemic started in March. Delinquent accounts for water and wastewater services have doubled in...
CUSD pays for COVID-19 insurance coverage
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CUSD pays for COVID-19 insurance coverage

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ARIZONAN NEWS STAFF The Chandler Unified School District plans to obtain additional insurance coverage to protect itself from lawsuits filed by families of students who might contract COVID-19 on school property or during school...
Arizona could lose millions in undercount
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Arizona could lose millions in undercount

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By Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services Arizonans are responding to the U.S. Census at a rate near the bottom of the national pack. And that could affect everything from federal aid to whether the state gets another seat in the...
Harris ready to amplify Chandler’s voiceless
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Harris ready to amplify Chandler’s voiceless

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By Kevin Reagan Arizonan Staff Writer OD Harris is quick to recall how many votes he won in Chandler’s recent city council election: 23,227. “It’s important for me to know that number,” said Harris, one of three...
Kyrene board candidates discuss issues
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Kyrene board candidates discuss issues

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Beginning today, The Ahwatukee Foothills News is starting four weeks of responses from candidates for Kyrene and Tempe Union governing boards. Today AFN is publishing the first half of the Kyrene candidates’ responses. Next...
Chandler man allegedly faked diseases for money
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Chandler man allegedly faked diseases for money

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By Kevin Reagan Arizonan Staff Writer Scottsdale Police have arrested a Chandler man on felony charges that he allegedly attempted to scam his friends, police officers and prosecutors into believing he was dying of an incurable...
CUSD moves up reopening for some
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CUSD moves up reopening for some

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By Kevin Reagan Arizonan Staff Writer A divided Chandler Unified School District Governing Board has voted advance the reopening of classrooms by letting kids in preschool through second grade back on campuses by Sept. 14....
EVIT students happily return to classrooms
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EVIT students happily return to classrooms

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By Jim Walsh Arizonan Staff Writer No one could argue that the first day of school at Mesa’s East Valley Institute of Technology was normal – that is not possible during a pandemic. Precautions, such as making masks and...
Aprende community rallies for COVID-19-stricken girl
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Aprende community rallies for COVID-19-stricken girl

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By PAUL MARYNIAK Arizonan Executive Editor As debates continue over opening schools and children’s susceptibility to COVID-19, Marissa King has been living one of the worst nightmares the pandemic can wreak on a parent. The...
5 educators vying for 3 Kyrene board seats
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5 educators vying for 3 Kyrene board seats

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By PAUL MARYNIAK Arizonan Executive Editor With two of the five Kyrene Governing Board seats certain to be filled with new members, the race features one incumbent and four political newcomers who all have long experience as...