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Poorest Flagstaff School Is Richest In Chess

Chess is a quiet sport.  Fifty young kids — ages 5 to 11 — recently sat across from each other in a classroom after school. They concentrated on their next moves. Coach Ted Komada burned enough energy for all of…

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Vandals do extensive damage at Casa Grande Union High School

Police are asking for the public’s help in identifying those responsible for a break-in and vandalism at Casa Grande Union High School.  Casa Grande Union High School District Superintendent Shannon Goodsell said there was extensive damage done to the faculty…

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Scottsdale Schools swiftly takes next steps in bond rebuilds

The Scottsdale Unified School District Governing Board is playing a game of catch-up as elected leaders have now discussed and subsequently approved alternative methods to begin the design and construction of its crumbling elementary schools.  The local Governing board  Thursday,…

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Shakespeare caps season for Mountain Pointe High thespians

With 12 of its members destined for a national staff this summer, the Mountain Pointe High School Theatre Company will wrap up its season of comedy presentations with a centuries-old classic.  It will present William Shakespeare’s “Twelfth Night” at 3…

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New Diné College president cites parents, past pioneers

When Charles “Monty” Roessel spoke to the audience at his swearing-in ceremony on April 7, the 17th Diné College president reflected on his parents and past pioneers in education who shaped what the institution has become today.  “Our leaders of…

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Praying In School Still Allowed When Student Led

Time to settle the ‘prayer in school’ debate once and for all.  A few loyal readers and contributors have somehow gotten the impression that Christian prayers and religious symbols are forbidden in public schools.  “Christianity has been thrown out of…

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Hundreds Of Cities Worldwide Plan To March For Science

More than 500-cities worldwide are participating in Saturday’s March For Science. Organizers say it’s a chance to bring awareness to the “very real role” science plays in our lives. Some are concerned the march will fuel the idea that the…

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