The Tempe Union Governing Board race features a diverse set of candidates that includes two incumbents, a teacher, an educator-artist, a student activist, a Realtor, a lawyer and the current president of another school board.
The ongoing struggle over the future of Club West’s dead golf course took some surprise turns last week when the somewhat antagonistic parties began talking and the new owners indicated they’d listen to a solid plan for buying it from them and restore it to a sustainable championship playing…
Kyrene Governing board member John King ran into a buzzsaw of criticism on Twitter last week over his response to a district resident’s email urging caution in deciding when schools should reopen for in-class instruction.
A federal appeals court last week rejected a long-simmering challenge to Proposition 123, the voter-approved 2016 measure that redirects an estimated $3.5 billion to Arizona public schools over a decade.
At a time when elected and appointed school district officials are struggling to meet students’ needs in the shadow of the pandemic, four men and eight women from Ahwatukee, Chandler and Tempe will be vying in November for one of Arizona’s most demanding unpaid jobs – a seat on a governing board.
Kyrene School District has joined a number of others across the nation in filing a federal lawsuit against the world’s largest manufacturer of e-cigarettes and vaping products and makers of similar items.
Like all nonprofits, the Kiwanis Club of Ahwatukee is struggling amid social distancing and other COVID-19 consequences with providing the charitable outreach that requires considerable effort even when there is no pandemic.
Jacqueline “Jacky” and Jordan Bender were furniture shopping for their new home in Ahwatukee when their typically happy 3-month-old daughter started vomiting, followed by seizures.
On any given weekend afternoon, the Apache Trail looks like one of those ant highways you see on the sidewalk – cars and trucks zipping by in either direction as East Valley sun-seekers take in the fresh air and Old-West ambiance.
Class of 2020
- Club West course owners raise sale possibility
- 5 educators vying for 3 Kyrene board seats
- Kyrene files suit against vaping product kingpins
- Expect a different Flagstaff in the Age of Covid-19
- Kyrene introduces 8 new principals for 2020-21
- Diverse field of candidates in Tempe Union
- Video shows Ahwatukee man’s fatal shooting by police
- Children’s Theatre navigates difficult times
- Pandemic won’t deter Kiwanians helping teen moms
- Kyrene school board member criticized for email to resident
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