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Pine Grove Preschool art show tonight

Claude Monet. Pablo Picasso. Vincent van Gogh. Jackson Pollock. They all serve as influences for many modern-day artists, even the young ones. This Thursday, from 6:30 to 8 p.m., students at Pine Grove Preschool and Aftercare will offer a glimpse into…

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Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer signs school voucher bill

Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer has signed a bill that would help expedite the approval process for parents of some students in the state school voucher program. Brewer signed Senate Bill 1237 on Wednesday without a major component, which was stripped out…

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Sold out prom leaves kids out hundreds of dollars

The senior prom is something teens and their parents dream about and plan for, but some seniors at Desert Edge High School in Goodyear might not get to go to their prom because it's sold out. The situation has senior D'Kiya Johnson…

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New STEM Academy for Poston Butte only

The new STEM Academy that starts next school year at Poston Butte High School isn’t for everybody in the Florence Unified School District. Literally. Funding for STEM, which stands for science, technology, engineering and mathematics, was approved by the School Board…

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Safety presentation a chance to clown around

There was some clowning around Tuesday afternoon at Desert Valley Elementary School, but Principal Cynthia Cochran approved. The clowns actually represented the Bullhead City Fire Department, and they were sharing — sometimes by serving as bad examples — summer safety tips…

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Tombstone FFA Receives Rural Youth Development Grant

The Tombstone FFA chapter has been awarded $2,500 as part of the Rural Youth Development program. The nationwide program provides grant money to rural FFA chapters in communities under 10,000, to support year-long, service-learning projects that address local needs. The…

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