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Education issues, economics shape Gilbert in 2013

From education to economic development, the Town of Gilbert ended 2013 with solid economic prospects, a sterling reputation for safety and a couple of issues that irked several of its residence. But the year might be best known for how…

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Benson School District is top academically performing district

When the Arizona Department of Education announced Benson Unified School District as the state’s top academically performing district on Aug. 1, the news was met with a community-wide celebration. All four of the district’s campuses, to include the primary, middle and…

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Vick ‘had a big heart’ for students

The death of local high school teacher Thomas Vick Sr. has left community residents, students and fellow colleagues in shock. Vick and his wife, Diane, former mayor of Bullhead City, were mauled Saturday afternoon as they attempted to break up…

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Kids mobile health clinic hits the road Jan. 6

Health care was a hot issue this past year, and the trend promises to continue in 2014. The Quad-City area's biggest health care provider, Yavapai Regional Medical Center, is pro-active in the field. Its latest innovation, slated to debut Jan.…

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‘Assistive technology’ aids special education

Personal technology such as iPads, notebook-size word processors and electronic pens that scan words and display definitions are helping Arizona special-education students keep up in class this year. The Arizona Department of Education has distributed a $265,000 federal grant among 12 school…

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Lego Robotics League of Northern Arizona

Prescott students got constructive last month for the Lego Robotics League of Northern Arizona. The league represents robotics clubs from schools all across the northern part of the state.

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Teachers encouraged to learn CPR

Teachers and staff in the Maricopa Unified School District and throughout Arizona are not required to be CPR certified, according to regulations put forward by the Arizona Department of Education.

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Altar Valley School District earns state recognition

The Altar Valley School District was honored earlier this month at the Arizona School Boards Association annual conference.  Altar Valley governing Board President Robert K. Ethridge was awarded the Arizona School Boards Association All-Arizona School Board Award for his dedicated efforts to…

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Tourette training an eye-opener for Kingman teacher

Julie Runkel couldn't wait to sign up recently when she found out that Cerbat Elementary School was offering a teleconference seminar with a specialist from the Tourette Syndrome Association in New York. Runkel has a student with Tourette in her class…

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