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Disappointment over Pony Express visit

Hashknife Pony Express riders have for more than a decade thrilled Pine Strawberry School students by thundering into town to re-enact, with much fanfare and pomp, an exchange of mailbags much like the original Express riders did in the American…

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Douglas Unified students ‘Mojo Up’

Students at Douglas High School as well as second through fifth graders from Faras, Sarah Marley, Joe Carlson and Clawson elementary schools were treated to an anti-bullying presentation by Travis Brown, also known as Mr. Mojo, Friday in the James…

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Report: Cost of textbooks a roadblock to learning

The rising costs of college tuition, room and board aren't the only financial obstacles to higher learning, according to a new report, which finds that soaring textbook prices are keeping some Arizona students from getting the most out of college…

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Kingman High students excel at FBLA contest

Acing tests and performance events to place in six events and garner eight championships, Kingman was well-represented at the Future Business Leaders of America Region 4 Conference held Jan. 29 at Grand Canyon University in Glendale. Winners will advance to…

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Boys & Girls Clubs to temporarily close

On Monday, the Boys and Girls Club of Central Arizona announced plans to close their Prescott and Prescott Valley locations on Friday, Feb. 14, and reopen Monday, May 5. The local club has struggled financially in recent months due to shrinking…

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Arizona below average in students earning AP credit

The number of Arizona high school students scoring well enough on Advanced Placement exams to earn college credit almost has doubled over the last decade. That's according to a report released Tuesday by the College Board.

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Phoenix Suns take kids to school

The Phoenix suns are set to host a NBA Get Fit youth basketball clinic Monday evening. The event is taking place at Salt River High School in Scottsdale started at 6 p.m. Suns Forward Channing Frye will be joined by alumnus…

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Old Main to be new again — sort of

The exterior of historic Old Main, the oldest building on the University of Arizona campus, will look virtually unchanged when the scaffolding and construction fences that now surround it come down this summer.

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