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Border Dilemma: Parents Can’t See Triplets Graduate

U.S. born children whose parents have been deported or voluntarily returned to their country of origin face an uncertain future.  Younger ones go into foster care. The older ones are often left to fend for themselves. In Tucson, some find…

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Snowflake High student council leads drug symposium

Without prompting from school leaders, the Snowflake High School Student Council executive officers, aware of a growing drug problem in their area, gave parents May 11 a special night filled with information about drug issues. Lt. Robert “Bobby” Martin, of…

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Plenty of tassels turned at Cochise College commencement

Cochise College held its 52nd commencement ceremony Friday night on the main lawn of the Douglas campus. An estimated 300 graduates received some kind of Associate Degree much to the delight of the thousands of family and friends in attendance.

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Man held after making threats on social media

A Bullhead City man arrested for a misdemeanor warrant is now facing more serious charges after allegedly threatening violence at a local school. Spencer Travis Pyle, 29, is being held at the Mohave County Jail in Kingman, awaiting arrangements for…

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Shirley Dye resigns Payson Unified board

Payson Unified School District board member Shirley Dye has resigned due to health concerns. Gila County School Superintendent Roy Sandoval said he hopes to fill the position before June. “The application period will close on May 25,” said Sandoval. Board…

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Students receive $15,000 in scholarships from Prescott

The selection was difficult, said Debra McVey, chair of the scholarship committee of the Republican Women of Prescott. The committee received 38 scholarship applications, narrowed that to 10 finalists, and gave out $15,000 worth in scholarships at the RWOP luncheon…

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Middle schoolers take science lessons from Forest Service

Williams Middle School students can officially be called tree huggers after a field trip to the Williams Ranger District office May 4.  One-hundred and forty middle school students spent the morning with U.S. Forest Service rangers learning how science is…

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