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Regents to set university tuition rates Monday

The Arizona Board of Regents will set tuition rates for the state’s three public universities at a meeting at Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff this afternoon. The University of Arizona’s proposal keeps the cost of studying flat for students on…

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12 local students named Gates Millennium Scholars

Twelve Southern Arizona high school seniors have been named 2015 Gates Millennium Scholars. The program, established in 1999, works to develop leaders and is funded by a $1.6 billion grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. Geared toward African…

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Wright school gets extension for $2M fundraising goal

The Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture has received a five-month extension to raise $1 million toward achieving independence from its parent organization. The school community fell short of efforts to raise $1 million total including $200,000 in cash by…

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Glendale theater gears musical for children

The Brelby Theatre Company located in downtown Glendale brings to life a new musical geared toward children in grades K-6. The one-act musical is short enough to hold the attention spans of younger audience members, with a warm message about…

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Phoenix school renamed after former principal

A Phoenix school is honoring one of its longtime educators by naming the school after her. Rose Linda School near 12th Street and Broadway Road was officially renamed the Irene Lopez School during a ceremony Friday. Lopez, a former teacher…

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Celebration marks 99 years at Miller Valley school

Just one year short, Miller Valley Elementary School will close before it reaches its 100th anniversary. But students, staff and community members celebrated anyway Friday night, May 1, in an evening of entertainment, food and meeting up with old friends…

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Masters named Cross Grades Teacher of the Year

Mountain Institute JTED and Mayer High School are proud to announce that Ms. Bethany Masters is Yavapai County's 2015 Teacher of the Year as a Cross Grade Specialist (9th-12th Grade). She received the award at the Yavapai County Education Foundation's…

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