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Children explore robotics during week-long summer camp

Science, Technology, Engineering and Math might be intimidating for many students, but a popular toy could help quell the anxiety. Kingman FIRST Robotics, Team 60 coaches and high school science teachers Celeste Lucier and Jody Schanaman, along with Team 60…

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Academy helps Gutierrez pursue performing passion

Andrew Gutierrez graduated from Mohave High School earlier this month. In September, he is planning to head off to college, most likely to the University of Washington, in pursuit of a physical therapy degree and possibly a career in sports…

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The 24 hour comic challenge

Local cartoonist Russ Kazmierczak, Jr. is the author and artist for the “Amazing Arizona Comics” series, now up to issue No. 32. Recently, Kazmierczak took part in a 24-Hour Comic Challenge to raise money and awareness for Read Better Be…

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Forum: Health care bills would hurt Arizona

Both the House and Senate health-care bills would be bad news for Arizona’s elderly, poor, disabled, women and children, according to panelists at a forum Monday sponsored by Tucson Medical Center. But not making decisions that would cut costs would…

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NAU professor seeks prescription for healthy aging

A Northern Arizona University professor is looking for residents over the age of 60 to find ways for people to use exercise to age in a heathier way. NAU physiologist Tinna Traustadottir recently received a $451,000 grant from the National…

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