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Mingus senior places third in state art competition

When patrons of Fort Verde Days passed a framed graphite drawing of Don "Pete" Shill, they knew immediately who he was. Mingus Union High School senior Marshall Shill made the piece his freshman year and, this year, it won third…

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Business-school partnerships honored with award

The Arizona Commission for Postsecondary Education recently awarded the Greater Flagstaff Chamber the 2013 Pathways to Postsecondary Education Award at a ceremony at the Renaissance Hotel in Phoenix. The award recognizes outstanding college access programs that prepare, encourage and transition students…

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State resists ruling on school funding

A series of court rulings could force the Arizona Legislature to restore as much as $1.6 billion in funding for schools — but key lawmakers are already promising to thwart the latest ruling. Depending on additional court rulings and the legislative response,…

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Arizona spending more than it collects

State lawmakers return to the Capitol on Monday with more cash available than required to cover the basic operation of state government. But the budget -- and which programs get more money -- still will be the top issue this session. The…

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Brightest students most neglected

Payson doesn’t give its gifted students much extra attention, with a relative handful of advanced placement tests, few breakout programs for students identified as gifted and little attempt to provide extra or accelerated classes. Heck, this year the high school…

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