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THE ADDRESS: A Film by Ken Burns

The Address is a new film from award-winning filmmaker Ken Burns. The film tells the story of a tiny school in Putney, Vermont, the Greenwood School where each year the students are encouraged to memorize, practice and recite the Gettysburg Address. In its…

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Interest in local ASU campus grows

The Arizona State University campus in Lake Havasu City received 475 applications for the coming school year, mostly from outside the area, said David Young, ASU director at the Colleges of Lake Havasu City at a breakfast presentation Monday morning.

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AIMS testing put in PARCC after 2014 year

After recent state-level votes, Arizona governor Jan Brewer’s unyielding support, and varying green-lit funding , it looks like the Common Core Standards Initiative, and therefore the PARCC testing assessments, may be coming to the Page Unified School District in the…

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Young chefs rise to the challenge

After learning kitchen basics over the last several months, four local middle school students put their culinary skills to the test at the Sierra Vista Unified School District’s first Chef’s Challenge at Buena High School on Saturday.

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Arizona Senate mulls latest budget deal from House

The Arizona Legislature is entering the fourth week of budget talks in a standoff, with Senate President Andy Biggs still to decide if he'll take up the latest offer from the House. Gov. Jan Brewer signed off on the House plan…

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Senate president ready to advance budget compromise

Senate President Andy Biggs is prepared to move forward with the budget compromise pitched on April 3 by the House and Gov. Jan Brewer if the Senate has enough votes for the $9.2 billion fiscal 2015 spending plan to clear…

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Willcox music teacher takes top honors in county

Margaret “Margie” Looney stood in the dead center of the Thunder Mountain Activity Centre banquet room when Cochise County School Superintendent Trudy Berry announced she was the 2014 Cochise County Teacher of the Year on Friday night.

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